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Puppy Camp

Are you struggling with socializing your puppy? Do you want a safe way for your puppy to play and get a jump start on training? If so, then puppy camp might be a good fit for you! 

On Tuesday and Wednesday, your puppy can be picked up in the morning for a half-day of socialization, training, and play! Puppies enjoy safe field trip outings to boost confidence and work on socialization and manners out in public. Puppies will also get some reinforcement throughout the day to start building strong foundations for skills like jumping up/polite greetings, biting, attention, recall, and drop.

Puppy campers enjoy engaging in safe play with other puppies around the same age, which helps your puppy develop appropriate social cues and can prevent behaviors like leash reactivity. When group sizes permit, they can also engage with socialized adults to help them learn appropriate play habits and skills with dogs of different sizes. At the end of the camp day, your trainer will then bring your tired, socialized, and happy puppy back to your home in the afternoon!

*Please note this services is designed for puppies 8 weeks to 5 months of age and is intended to be used in conjunction with other services like private lessons or group classes so that owners learn how to continue to build these socialization and training concepts.

Pawsitive Futures trainer working with a puppy in puppy camp.

Flash practicing attention and loose leash walking during puppy camp with Camille.

Due to the pick up and drop off nature of this service, some location restrictions do apply. We are able to accommodate puppies who live in the following location: Brookhaven, Buckhead, Chastain Park, Lower Sandy Springs, Smyrna, West Cobb Marietta, and Vinings, 

Puppy camp clients socializing.

Puppy campers enjoying some trainer supervised group play to help develop good social skills, body awareness, and healthy development.

Puppy camp students enjoying some puppy training and play.

Blue and Winston getting some treats and pets from Camille as they practice attention and coming when called out of play! 

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