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Södermalm & Värmdö

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  • Learning

  • Dog language

  • The puppies developement

  • Dog food 

  • Home alone 

  • Care and handling

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  • Contact

  • Sitt/down

  • Greet nicely

  • Recall

  • Passivity

  • Safeplace

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  • Course 4 x 75 min

  • Price 2000 kr

  • Everyone in the family are welcome

  • Clothes after weather

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  • H-marked

  • Positive learning

  • Educated instructors

  • Reward, confirmation & reward placement


You will find them further down

Why should you attend a puppy course?

We see our puppy courses as training for the owners. The sooner the better. We would have liked for puppy buyers to have received more information when they bring home the little puppy.


From 8 up to 12 weeks, puppies go through a socialization period. The course is a great opportunity for the puppy to watch other dogs in a safe environment. Since the dogs should not greet each other, you do not have to worry about the puppy not getting his 12-week shot.


In the course we go through important basics that you will need in order to give the puppy the best conditions in his new home. How learning takes place, how the puppy communicates, care, solitude-training, etc. For us, it is not about starting to train a puppy as soon as possible, but understanding the puppy. Questions and situations you do not know how to handle will arise. You will need to trim claws, go to the grocery store, wonder why the dog barks at the vacuum cleaner and much more. It can then be nice to participate into a group with other new puppy owners who are in the same situation.

Welcome to a puppy course that is more than just basic exercises, but an opportunity for you to understand and welcome your new family member!


Does my puppy that is under the age of 12 weeks get to attend? 

 Yes, you are welcome! What you should think of is that the puppy will get tired quickly. You might not be able to do all the exercises at the spot. This should not be an issue since you get videos of all exercises.


The puppies will not say hi or get to play together.


  • Water bowl and water

  • Two toys preferably on string. For example, click here -     Note! Not a pipe squeaky. Do you have a dog that has a great interest in objects? Bring two identical toys.

  • Blanket to sit on - if you will not sit down in case it's raining or too cold it is not needed.

  • Bone for the dog during the theory part. A bone to chew on or a ham-food tube (lactose-free) to lick on gets the dog down in energy if it becomes too boring to sit still. Baby food in a squeeze bag is also a good alternative. Click here 

  • Good candy! It is important that the dog wants to work for its reward. Try a few different treats at home, what does your dog like best? Meatballs, chicken sausage or dried liver?

  •  A fixed leash not a flexi leash.

  • Longline - Sometimes the exercises are easier if you have free hands, simple solution is to use a longline. Also good for recall.

  • Clothes according to the weather for both dog and owner - We are outdoors no matter what the weather has to offer

  • The dogs are NOT allowed to greet each other during the course