Puppy Dayschool is designed for puppies from 8 weeks to 5 months old. Puppy Days are Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Dayschool hours are from 8.30am - 4.30pm. (Early drop off or late pick up is available at an extra fee). This ensures that all puppies are together at the same time and receive plenty of interaction. Puppy Dayschool is limited to 6 puppies each day. Your puppy must attend twice a week for a month (8 sessions). It is up to you which days you pick, but, since the space is extremely limited, you must set up all 8 sessions when signing up.
What does my puppy's day look like?
To set up your puppy for Dayschool, we ask that you set up a 15-30 minute free consult with us in order to complete the paperwork, talk about your goals for your puppy and evaluate the pup. Your homework will be to watch a 1-hour long orientation video (link will be sent to you upon sign up). You will also set up 2 transfer lessons in which we show you what your puppy has learned and how you can maintain this at home.
When you sign up for Dayschool, you receive a 20% discount on a Puppy-K class.
It IS highly recommended that you do attend the Puppy-K in addition to Dayschool, as you will be able to learn WITH your puppy. Dayschool is a great booster and will help you get results quicker, as there are additional people working with your dog. Or if you just don't have much time to train at home, we are your trainers. But there is little that can replace you going through the experience with your puppy. It is also important to remember that a puppy needs a different skill set than an adult dog, meaning: yes, they need their basic obedience, sit, down, walking nicely, but they also need to learn to settle, they need to be socialized.
Puppy Dayschool Pricing - $440/month (8 sessions - you save 1 day)
$880/ 2 months (16 sessions, you save 2 days)
extra fee for early drop-off or late pick-up is $5 each occurrence
you need to schedule your days in advance as much as possible
Adult Dayschool is designed for dogs over 5 months old. Your Adult Dayschool remains a-la-carte, meaning, you pick the days you want your dog to attend, how many times a week and whether they are doing half (4 hours) of full days (8 hours). there are no specific drop-off or pick-up times, but we ask that all dogs are picked up by 5pm at the latest.
What does my dog's day look like?
To set up your dog for Dayschool, we ask that you set up a 15-30 minute free consult with us in order to complete the paperwork, talk about your goals for your dog and evaluate the pup. Your homework will be to watch an 1-hour long orientation (link will be sent to you upon signup). You will also set up 2 transfer lessons in which we show you what your dog has learned and how you can maintain this at home.
When you sign up for the 8 session package, you receive a 20% discount on a "Good Dog!" class.
Adult Dayschool Pricing * - $63/day (8 hours)
$33/ half day (4 hours)
$440/ 8 sessions (you save $63, and 10% off a "Good Dog!" class)
$880 / 16 sessions (you save $120 and 20% off a "Good Dog!" class)
* Compare these prices to Private Lessons: A Private Lesson at our facility is $80/hour. With Dayschool your dog receives 1 hour of one-on-one time with a trainer, playtime (socialization and always extra TLC) - all for $63/hour.
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Please NOTE! We pride ourselves on the specialized boarding services we provide. We are able to board dogs that would not do well in regular facilities, due to aggression, anxieties or other special needs. Often times those dogs come with medications - which we are happy to administer. PACFA (Department of Agriculture), which we are licensed through, requires that when you bring in medications, we need the original prescription bottles from your veterinarian. If you want to bring us pill sorters, that is fine, but we also need the bottles! Furthermore, if those medications are sedatives or calming medications (Fluoxetine, Trazadone, Claumicalm, to name just a few), we also need the written prescription from the prescribing veterinarian, as well as your written permission. We are also happy to administer supplements. If those supplements are non-petspecific (benadryl, salmon oil), we will also have to ask for your written permission. Please make sure you have those documents with you when you come for boarding and don't be surprised if we ask you to sign a medication form. We take the mental as well as physical health of our clients very seriously and have procedures in place for medications that assure we give the right dosage at the right time, to the right dogs! We will also be contacting your veterinarians, to make them aware of those regulations. Thank you for your patience and cooperation!