8 WEEK PUPPY PRESCHOOL
SKIP STRAIGHT TO THE FUN PART!
Skip the hardest parts of puppy ownership...and go right for the FUN parts!
Our Level 2 Puppy Preschool Program not only works more on frustrating crate and potty training, but also focuses on training your puppy to your specific lifestyle. We spend time socializing your puppy and helping them better understand the world around them, and how to behave in it! We work on obedience, leash walking, and more in this program. If you want more, please check out our FULLY TRAINED puppies.
FOR 8 WEEKS
(pricing as of 2/5/21, deposits prior to this date will be honored at previous pricing)
** cost added on to cost of puppy**
After we have matched you with the perfect puppy for you, if you have already purchased training for your puppy, we will go over any questions you may have and then assign your puppy a trainer based on availability
Price of training is added to the cost of your puppy. Balances for both your puppy and the full amount of training are due at puppy's seven week birthday. Additional days/weeks/months can be added on for the rate listed above.
Your puppy will graduate Puppy Culture and enroll formal training at 8 weeks of age, and complete training at 16 weeks, or 4 months old.
Puppy will be living with one of our JLDD Puppy Trainers 24/7 for 8 weeks.
After Puppy Preschool is complete, you receive instruction from your puppy's trainer explaining your puppy's schedule, nuances, routines, and will help assist you with how to best transition your puppy into your household.
We understand that training never really ends with a puppy! They will need practice and reinforcement until at least 1 to 2 years of age.
Sleeping through the night in their crate for 8 or more hours. Goes in on cue.
Potty training accidents are consistently two or less per week. Puppy gives a signal to ask to go out.
Walks confidently and calmly on leash and heels when asked
Stands and stays for regular grooming procedures
JUMPING ON PEOPLE:
Greets new people by sitting politely
Confident and attentive in new places. Puppy is socialized in a variety of settings with many new people and dogs. Confidence building and attention are our focus when socializing a puppy.
Rides Calmly in Car and puts their paws up to get in when asked.
SEPARATION ANXIETY PREVENTION:
Puppy is comfortable left alone for short periods.
Puppy can successfully navigate up and down stairs.
Puppy has a general understanding of his own toys and what is acceptable to chew. Can easily be redirected away from off limits items.
OBEDIENCE CUES: (Around low to medium level distractions)
Name- Puppy knows and responds to his name.
Positive Interrupter- Puppy responds quickly to direction
Sit- Puppy understands hand signal and verbal cue.
Down- Puppy understands hand signal and verbal cue.
Heel- Puppy understands heel position and can maintain it for about five minutes
Kennel- Puppy walks into his kennel on cue while you are five feet away
Place- Puppy walks onto his place on cue, sits, and stays for at least three minutes.
Stay- At least 12 ft away for three minutes. May still reward throughout duration.
Leave it- Puppy understands to leave food or object
Come- Puppy responds quickly and happily when asked to come
Drop it- Puppy releases items from his/her mouth when asked
Wait- Puppy stops at doorway until released
Paws Up- Puppy puts two front paws up in the car
Go Say Hi- Puppy walks up to a person and sits politely for petting
(Your puppy will meet at least 70% of these goals to graduate Puppy Preschool. We understand every family has different training priorities. Based upon your requests and answers in our training questionnaire, we strive to meet these individual needs while following our curriculum.)
HEALTHCARE & GROOMING
Insurance through PetFirst for the full length of training stay
Regular baths & nail trims
Regular fur trims around the puppy's face, feet, and fanny
Up-to-date on vaccines - records to transfer to owner at time of puppy's arrival
Health guarantee and contract
Harness & leash
NOTE: Puppy will have an adjustment period when it must learn it's new environment & people. Setting aside time to work with your puppy daily for the first weeks he/she is home will set you both up for success. The puppy needs to practice his/her training with you in order to for our work with the puppy to transfer to you.