Puppy Training | Expert Guidance to Train Your Puppy with Katey Aldred
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Puppy training to help with all aspects of your journey

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One-to-One Sessions


Start your journey with individual attention on a one-to-one bases. These sessions are tailored completely to your needs and the learning you and your puppy need.

You can choose from in-person, face-to-face sessions OR from sessions via Zoom. Zoom is perfect for owners that do not live in Norfolk or for puppies that cannot yet go out.

Click the button below for more information and costs. Look out for special offers on the page, scroll to the bottom for booking.


One-to-One Sessions
Puppy Training
Puppy Training

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A mixture of classes and 1-2-1 sessions over a 4-week period, perfect for puppies! Times vary please ensure you read the full description.
WEEK 1: Online class to introduce all owners to concepts. Via Zoom
WEEK 2: In-person 1-2-1 session. 45-minute slots from 10am – 1pm. At an outdoor location 10-minutes from St.Olaves
WEEK 3: In-person class face-to-face
WEEK 4: In-person 1-2-1 session. 45-minute slots from 10am – 1pm. At an outdoor location 10-minutes from St.Olaves


Puppy Paws Club Booking

Puppy Training Class


6-week courses

Puppy training will give you the basic skills you need to train your puppy as well as addressing the common issues that all new puppy owners face.

Want to know how to teach your puppy to listen, come when called, sit and walk on the lead nicely? These are all things you will learn on the puppy training courses.


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Puppy Training
Puppy Training

Online Learning


Do some learning from the comfort of your home, a great addition for any puppy owner!

PANDEMIC PUPPIES

Raising a puppy during the Covid era presents some special challenges. Puppies get used to the routines of this time, and will need special training to avoid fear and other issues when routines change again. Vet care is also harder during this time, as the intake process is different and you may want (or be mandated to) only go to the vet during times of crisis. It’s important to know what health concerns to look for in your puppy. Being at home a lot more, particularly with children, also presents more challenges in terms of puppy biting, jumping up, sleep, stealing / guarding, and more.


Pandemic Puppies

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