Puppy Pre-School is back!

Puppy pre-school provides the building blocks for social development and future well-being, and it is also an excellent opportunity to discuss any puppy problems you are having. Feel free to talk to our veterinary staff as well as other puppy owners about your issues. We are happy to help you with puppy toilet training.

Our amazin puppy Trainer Lisa is on hand to answer your questions and offers professional advice. Lisa and our nurses can assist with any questions about puppy nutrition, communication, how to curb any behavioural problems, socialisation and are happy to assist with mental and physical stimulation, behavioural techniques, and much more.

Puppy School is also an opportunity to identify and prevent behavioural problems early, and will provide you with the basic skills to train a puppy both in and out of class.

Plus (and we're just being selfish now), puppies who attend puppy class here invariably learn to love coming to the vet, making our job and your life that much lovelier! 

The next Puppy Pre-School runs for 5 weeks and will start on the following dates:

Thursdays, June 11th at 6.30pm (8-12 weeks old)
Saturday, June 20th at 1.30pm (8-12 weeks old)
Saturday, June 20th at 2.30pm (8-12 weeks old)
Saturday, June 20th at 3.30pm (13-18 weeks old)

Cost: $125 for 5 weeks

To attend classes, each puppy must have received their first vaccination and be 8-18 weeks of age - all included in our Puppy Package.

Places book up fast so book your spot early!

Dr. John Pascall

John’s parents knew that he was destined for a career caring for animals when, at the age of 8, he claimed responsibility for the flatulence of their family dog, Rigby, so that the dog wouldn’t have to leave the room. Growing up in Perth, he studied Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney, and his love of animals... Read more

Since 1988, The Floreat Vet has offered a professional services like surgery, dentistry, radiology and puppy school. 

Open Hours

Monday to Friday: 7am – 7pm 
Saturday: 8am – 1pm 
Closed Sundays and Public Holidays

 

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