Come Grow with Us!

Starting Your Pup Off on the Right Paw!

Dogs between the ages of 3 and 6 months old have the opportunity to learn basic manners and social skills in a fun-filled, safe environment. Our program is dedicated to reinforcing important life skills, such as housebreaking, problem-solving and puppy etiquette. Your pup is sure to make tons of friends in a fun and safe environment during social playgroup sessions designed to build confidence in your canine and teach them how to interact with other dogs.

Benefits of Puppy Preschool


Socialization is a key part to setting your pup up for success and is more effective the earlier it is done. By having your dog attend Puppy Preschool, they will be more comfortable when meeting new friend


It takes time for new pups to feel confident and understand their surroundings. Our crate training and potty walks are the perfect tool to allow you to feel comfortable leaving your dog home alone.

Problem Solving Skills

Puppies are very curious and their minds need constant stimulation to keep them on top of their game. Puppy Preschool challenges your dog through interactive games and toys so their minds keep developing.

About Puppy Preschool

  • Sessions with other puppies of all sizes to practice gentle play and socialization.
  • Crate training and potty walks spread throughout the day to help with housebreaking and leash skills.
  • Outside breaks at least 6 times a day for fresh air and comfort with new surroundings.
  • Interactive games and toys to develop problem-solving skills.
  • Consistent use of simple commands to reinforce good manners.

Puppy Preschool Schedule

The Puppy Preschool program is available 7 days a week from open to close.    

Puppy Preschool Daily Schedule:

  • At opening: Social or Individual Potty Walk
  • 10am: Social Play Session (20-30 min)
  • 12:30pm: Social Play Session (20-30 min)
  • 3pm: Social Play Session (20-30 min)
  • 5:30pm: Social Potty Walk
  • At closing: Social or Individual Potty Walk

We do not use the commands “Heel”, “Down”, or “Come” during preschool. Those commands take longer training sessions with owner and puppy. Instead, we focus on commands that reinforce puppy manners.