NEW! Nuts & Bolts Session - One-on-One or Phone Consultation

This session will cover the basics of dealing with Puppy Issues. You tell Margaret the issues and she will give you the solutions.

Why choose High Five Puppy Skills

Labrador puppy
So many reasons to choose High Five Puppy Skills:

Flexibility of time – choice of weekends, weekday mornings, afternoons and evenings to suit those busy work and family schedules.

​Individual and Group Classes to cater for the puppy and family needs so that all can live in harmony.

Pre-Puppy Advice - be confident that the puppy will settle in to your home from day one.  You will be have the questions answered re the best set up for the puppy at night time, alone and during the day, toileting regime, interaction with children and that important first night. A one hour session, in person or phone.

"Nuts & Bolts" Individual session which covers the basics of dealing with Puppy Issues.  You tell Margaret the issues and she will give you the solutions.  A one hour session, in person or phone.

The 2.5 Individual session caters for all the family members and of course the puppy.  Margaret covers Puppy Training skills required to take the puppy from 8 weeks to old age.  A fun puppy pack which includes a comprehensive manual for you to refer to now and in the future will be included.

The Group Class runs for 5 weeks, midweek evenings in the summer season and Sundays in the winter season.  Classes are restricted to puppies aged 8 to 16 weeks of age.  There is a maximum of 5 puppies attending each class.

Indoor venue and backyard which is safe and secure for your puppy.

Conveniently located in Avonhead, Christchurch.

All the family is welcome to attend the individual sessionsPlease note we may need to limit the number of family members attending the Group Classes.

A professional and committed trainer who has a passion in providing you and your family the skills to train a confident and well-adjusted puppy.

On-going support is just a phone call away.

Contact Margaret to discuss your puppy's training needs.

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