Teaching your dog to socialise with other people
Learn how to provide your puppy with quality positive experiences and encounters with people
Understand how dog socialisation with people works and what's going on in your dog's head
Build a stronger bond with your dog by completing fun activities together
#1 Rated dog socialisation course
If you're fortunate, your pup will be an optimistic, happy go lucky soul with lots of positive exposure already under their belt. However, it is best to assume they have had no exposure (or, worst-case scenario, have already been exposed to stimuli they found scary). You should therefore pay careful attention to their body language and keep sessions short and sweet.
This course is intended for dogs ranging from gung-ho to slightly nervous. If your dog is fearful or reactive, we suggest that you book an online call with one of our trainers.
For this training, you ideally need a friend or a family member, but you call also play all the roles yourself.
There are three fundamental things you'll learn with the dog socialisation course
Teach your dog the fundamentals of socialisation with people
Practice different techniques to get your dog comfortable around other people
Help your dog to become more confident
How long does it take to teach dog socialisation
We worked with animal behaviourists and trainers to create an easy-to-follow seven-step course. If you only spend ten minutes a day for one week, you'll see great results.
What do you need to get started with the dog socialisation course?
It's very easy to get started with the dog socialisation course. All you need is a selection of treats and ideally another person, but you can play all roles by yourself
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