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5 Reasons to Send your Pup to Pawderosa Puppy Preschool in Oakland, CA

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Got a new puppy in your household? Oh boy, congrats! It's an exciting and wild ride helping your pup adapt to everyday routine and learn the ropes, isn't it? If you live in the East Bay, in Oakland, CA or nearby, you have a unique option available to you for puppy care. The Pawderosa Puppy Preschool offers the best in training, pet care, socialization and supervision for your little furry friend while you're away at work. But there's more…here are 5 reasons to send your puppy to preschool and leave the hard work to the experts!

1. Because it's more than training, it's a school.

We address the time sensitivity of exposing puppies to the world around them in a safe and practical way, so that they can grow into confident dogs. Our school has limited space in order to minimize the stress your dog is exposed to down to only what is needed to help your pup learn and grow. As experienced trainers, we love to take on all the challenges of puppy-hood every Monday-Friday to help you raise a happy, well-trained, healthy dog.

2. They'll make new friends and get introduced to lots of new things.

They'll have the opportunity to socialize with other puppies, cats, and children, all while being exposed to environmental challenges, surfaces, sounds and shapes.

3. You will be the proudest puppy parent in the neighborhood.

Your pup will be ready to take on the world once they graduate from the Pawderosa Puppy Preschool! Their social skills and listening skills will wow your friends and family and leave you beaming with pride.

4. They will learn a host of new skills.

With 15+ years of professional handling experience, we've seen and met many challenges. We've taken many dog training classes, and worked with trainers to develop our technique and style. We have a broad and beautiful perspective about how dogs learn, and how to manage large groups and individuals. We'll work with your puppy on the foundations of potty training, crate training and bite inhibition training. They'll learn how to listen to instructions, follow rules and interact with other animals and humans respectfully.

5. You won't have to worry about your puppy while you're at work.

Your puppy will receive personal attention and consistent guidance in a safe environment. They stay out of trouble while you're at the office, and you get to come home to a clean house after a hard day! 

Sounds good right?

Space is limited and our waiting list fills up quickly! Call us today at (510) 595-7328 to discuss a personalized package, and start your puppy on the right path.

Want more information? Let's chat! We always love to meet with prospective clients to better understand their needs. Contact us.


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