Give your puppy the best possible start
Adorable can turn to naughty very quickly
Puppy Training – Bringing a new puppy into your home is a special time. You can’t get enough of their cuddles and cuteness – at least until the weeing, chewing, biting or jumping begins.
Did you know that the first 18 weeks of your puppy’s life is the most crucial learning period? So you don’t have much time for false starts. And remember: a naughty, untrained puppy can quickly become a badly behaved adult dog.
An absolute miracle
Tabitha O, Kew
‘John accomplished an absolute miracle. My little princess is now a true princess. Thank you, thank you, thank you – and bless you from the bottom of my heart.’
Choose your puppy training approach wisely
Contrary to popular belief, puppy training schools are often ineffective because they don’t teach you how to handle your puppy in its own environment. And surprisingly, they can actually hinder positive socialisation rather than promote it.
In fact, 8 out 10 badly behaved dogs we train were once puppy school ‘graduates’!
We give you the solid foundation you need
At AUSDOG, we come to your home to help you set a solid foundation for your pup’s future good behaviour. Through education and support, we help you:
- Settle your puppy into its new environment
- Establish designated feeding, sleeping and toilet areas
- Implement a routine to suit your lifestyle
- Learn how to handle and communicate with your puppy – the right way, right away
We trust him to deliver
Dr Telford, Elgar Rd Veterinary Clinic, Box Hill North
‘John understands people and their dogs. We trust him to deliver and receive feedback of the highest level from our clients.’
Simple, straightforward advice for the whole family
Biting, chewing and jumping are not part and parcel of puppy rearing. These behaviours can be avoided. And if they’ve already started? You can and should correct them as soon as possible.
We help you and your children address the specific challenges that come with bringing a new puppy into your home – such as:
- Nipping, chewing, mouthing or biting
- Jumping on family members and visitors
- Crying and separation anxiety
- Pulling on lead and poor behaviour with other dogs
- Setting physical boundaries in the home
- Overexcitement and unnecessary barking
- Digging, burying and other destructive behaviours
Lola has completely transformed
Carly M, Carrum
‘Our 15-week-old American Staffordshire Lola used to be a little terror. She would pull so hard on her lead that she choked herself – and refused to let go of socks, shoes and whatever else she could find. And when we tried to play with her, she would bite the entire time. But since John’s help, Lola has completely transformed. She walks on her lead like a dream, no longer jumps on the couch and hasn’t bitten us once!’