Brighton Puppy Training

Why wait for classes ?

"Train your puppy from the very start"

Dogs in line Puppy Training Brighton

Brighton - Hove - Preston - Patcham

Why is early puppy training so important ? Once you’ve chosen the right puppy for you, it is vital that you start training and socialising your puppy immediately.  This is because the first 4 months are without a doubt the most important weeks of your puppy's life. This is known as the critical period...Every single thing your puppy sees, hears, feels, smells and tastes in those first 16 weeks they will remember for life.

Much of what is learned during this early period is lasting, providing a foundation for many adult behaviour patterns and problems good and bad. A puppy who is properly socialised in this period will more than likely grow up to be well balanced, confident, calm and be less likely to respond to new things fearfully or aggressively. In contrast, a puppy who has not had this good start in life is more likely to be over-reactive, fearful, slower at learning and develop preventable behaviour problems.

Breaking tradition...The most traditional way would be waiting until your puppy is fully vaccinated normally after 12/13 weeks and then attending puppy training classes. But unfortunately the majority of the time, your puppy will be maybe missing out. They are going to be with you for a long time, so it's worth making the investment now. Training your puppy from the very start is one of the most important gifts you can give your puppy.

Why choose my personalised tuition ?...Owning a puppy is not always easy and knowing “what is the right thing to do” can be very challenging. Especially with all of the advice and mixed messages out there. If you knew what to do from the start, and had proper support, then things would be a lot smoother. With this in mind I have created Two specific puppy programs, that will equip you and your family with the essential skills and, knowledge on how to raise your puppy. This special tuition creates clear lines of communication that will help your puppy to develop in a positive way. See what Sue's clients say...Testimonials

Private Puppy Tuition Options

"The sooner you start the better..."

Private Puppy Tuition Option One £175

The initial meeting is a 2 hour consultation: This personalised service takes place in your own home with the whole family, children are encouraged to get involved in the consultation and in the ongoing training. Together we will cover common early behavioural traits such as how to house training your puppy, how to manage teething and biting, the importance of a well socialised puppy, how to preventing future behavioural problems. Sue will also have your puppy sitting - staying/waiting and learning how to lay down by the end of your first visit ! You will also have an opportunity to ask any questions about your puppy. Its Sue goal to give you a working understanding on how your puppy develops as well as how to work with your puppies ready forming personality and breed specific behaviour traits you can see the full list below as well as the cost.

The second visit is 1.5 hour long: Once your puppy is fully vaccinated the second visit will mostly take place outside. Together you will go for a walk Sue... Will show you how to get your puppy walking on the lead, how to teach your puppy on how to greet stranger and dogs politely, as well as letting your puppy off lead generally for the first time so she can show your how to teach your puppy to come back to you (recall) in a safe environment. This special tuition is packed full of invaluable advice and knowledge, It’s hardly surprising that Sue’s individual approach is often described by clients as “remarkable”

Plus: You will get a free puppy training booklet written by Sue Venn that included exclusive offers, off other pet services in Sussex such as Vets, pets shops and doggie day care's.

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First Lesson

House training made easy

Preventing biting and mouthing, what to expect, management

Puppy behaviour and learning

Family relationships and children playing

Puppy’s Needs - diet, chewing, exercise

Socialisation - The importance of a well socialised puppy

Grooming and handling

Breed specific behaviour traits

Puppies home alone

Preventing future behavioural problems

Training - sit, stay, down, off, leave

Manners - Front door, greeting, playing

Tricks such as - Paw, roll over

Second Lesson

Walking on the lead

Outside commands - Such as sit, stay and come

Crossing the road - Sit, wait and over

Meet and greet - How to greet stranger and dogs politely

Socialisation - Other dogs, people, places and traffic

Letting of the lead for the first time

How to teach a good recall

Price and Payments

Puppy tuition One £175.00

Free puppy training booklet written by Sue Venn that included exclusive offers off other pet services.

Payment are to be paid in full on the first lesson. cheque, cash or bank transfer. 48 hour cancellation policy. Payments are non-refundable.

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Option Two Puppy Plus

Would you like some extra guidance

before your puppy arrives ?

Puppy Tuition Plus £198

This course consists of Three personal visits. Initial meeting 1 hour consultation:The first meeting is to discuss things such as, what to buy, how to settle your puppy in, first steps of house training, introducing your puppy to other family members or pets, plus any questions you may have. (preferably one week before you get your puppy)

The second visit takes 2 hours: Once your puppy has settled in, Together we will cover common early behavioural traits such as how to house training your puppy, how to manage teething and biting, the importance of a well socialised puppy, how to preventing future behavioural problems. Sue will also have your puppy sitting - staying/waiting and learning how to lay down by the end of your first visit ! You will also have an opportunity to ask any questions about your puppy. Its Sue goal to give you a working understanding on how your puppy develops as well as how to work with your puppies ready forming personality and breed specific behaviour traits you can see the full list below as well as the cost.

The Third visit 1.5 hour: Once your puppy is fully vaccinated the Third visit will mostly take place outside. Together you will go for a walk Sue will show you how to get your puppy walking on the lead, how to teach your puppy on how to greet stranger and dogs politely, as well as letting your puppy off lead generally for the first time so she can show your how to teach your puppy to come back to you (recall) in a safe environment. This special tuition is packed full of invaluable advice and knowledge, It’s hardly surprising that Sue’s individual approach is often described by clients as “remarkable” Plus you will also get a training booklet written by Sue Venn that included exclusive offers off other pet services..

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If you are looking for help in finding a puppy or you may want to talk to a professional before deciding if getting a puppy in the right choose for you and your family please call to discuss further options.

First Lesson

Settling your puppy in - First day, night, week

Puppy behaviour-Teething, biting and jumping up

What equipment to buy - Food, toy, bedding etc

Introducing him to you family - Kids, visitors, other pets

How to create a calm and relaxed environment

Questions you need to ask the breeder

The best way to start house training

Feeding, sleeping, playing and affection

Second Lesson

House training made easy

Preventing biting and mouthing, what to expect, management

Puppy behaviour and learning

Family relationships and children playing

Puppy’s Needs - diet, chewing, exercise

Socialisation - The importance of a well socialised puppy

Grooming and handling

Breed specific behaviour traits

Puppies home alone

Preventing future behavioural problems

Training - sit, stay, down, off, leave

Manners - Front door, greeting, playing

Tricks such as - Paw, roll over

Third Lesson

Walking on the lead

Outside commands - Such as sit, stay and come

Crossing the road

Meet and greet - How to greet stranger and dogs politely

Socialisation - Other dogs, people, places and traffic

Letting of the lead for the first time

How to teach a good recall

Price and Payments

Puppy tuition Plus £198.00

Free puppy training booklet written by Sue Venn that included exclusive offers off other pet services.

Payment are to be paid in full on the first lesson. cheque, cash or bank transfer.

If you have any queries regarding payment please call me. Payments are non-refundable.

"We bought the books, watched videos online, and took him to puppy training classes. It didn’t take long for us to be at out wits end...Until we called Sue"

Highly recommended puppy training

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"Sue is amazing! She visited us before our puppy Pug Frank came home and gave us some great advice on how to prepare ourselves and our house for his arrival. I'd read so many conflicting pieces of advice so it was great to be able to ask a professional. Sue came back a week after Frank came home with the plan of giving us advice on house training. Frank is our first family pup and so we were oblivious to the fact that Frank was unwell. Sue noticed a few things and advised us to take him to the vet the next day. To cut a very long and distressing story short Frank was taken in immediately and put in oxygen. The next morning they arranged for us to take Frank to the Royal College of Vets. He spent 9 days there and had a long list of problems. We were told to expect the worst but Frank is a fighter and didn't give up. He's now back at home and full of beans. Sue came round tonight and gave us so ready more great tips on training, walking and dealing with his teething. I would recommend Sue highly to anyone for how good she has been and a huge help to us but also have to say we owe her Frank's life too. We were told he was hours from dying when we took him in and we would never have known if it wasn't for Sue. We shall always be in her debt. She is a truly lovely wonderful person .Thank you Sue from all of us and Frank.

Frank 9 weeks old Pug puppy from Brighton

"We loved our puppy training sessions with Sue, so informative for the first time puppy owner and plenty of practical advice to enable us to navigate through the first few months! We had some issues getting Misty to settle at night after a weekend of storms and Sue was happy to give advice on the phone and by email and text which made me feel more confident about dealing with it! I would definitely recommend Sue and her 1-2-1 training"

Misty 10 weeks Whippet puppy Brighton

"Sue from Dogs in line was great when we needed help in training our new Labrador puppy, Honey. She told us what to expect when and lots of tips on managing the teething, puppy excitement and training so that she fitted in with our family. Sue was great with our youngest son (age 6) who was terrified of dogs and she gave him strategies to deal with Honey in day to day life. These worked and within a couple of weeks he was confident and in charge! Sue also helped with lead walking and letting her off the lead for the first time on walks and we would recommend her to anyone needing help with their new puppy."

Honey and Hannah, Hove

"We contacted Sue last year to help us find the right family puppy for us.  We now have Rusty - red Cockerpoo.  He is everything we hoped to have and more.  Without Sue’s wealth of knowledge and experience, we would not have had such a successful outcome.  From the start, she gave us confidence and has been an unerring source of support, advice and warm good humour.  We cannot thank her enough.  She is full of good common sense and kindness, and clearly has a gift for understanding dogs and their behaviour - good and bad.  We had had dogs before, but much is forgotten about the early months of a puppy’s life, so having Sue at hand was much like have our own walking encyclopaedia and we consider ourselves extremely lucky to have her still at the end of a phone line."

Rusty and Vannessa, Brighton

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About Sue

Sue Venn is a puppy trainier based in Hurstpierpoint near Brighton. She has successfully developed a fantastic and unique home puppy training program. Where her goal is to ensure that puppies and their owners are “getting the best start possible” It’s hardly surprising that Sue’s individual approach is often described by clients as “remarkable”

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Brighton puppy training

Sue is based in Hurstpierpoint West Sussex and works in a 30 miles radius. Her most popular areas are: Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Brighton, Hove, Worthing and Crawley. Sue will always travel to you.

Brighton, Hove, Falmer, Ferring, Findon, Goring-by-Sea, Lancing, Lindfield, Litlington, Littlehampton, Newhaven, Newick, Ovingdean, Patcham, Peacehaven, Portslade, Preston, Ringmer, Rottingdean, Rustington, Saltdean, Scaynes Hill, Seaford, Storrington, Shoreham, Shoreham-by-Sea, Sompting, South Lancing, Southwick, Steyning, Twineham, Upper Beeding, Upper Dicker, Warninglid, Washington, Worthing, Withdean, Woodingdean

Go a question? About your puppy
FAQ'S

Will my puppy still need to go to puppy training classes if they have had your puppy tuition ?

The more you can socialise and train your puppy the better and puppy training classes have there benefits. But they are not always suited for every puppy or owner this can be for a number of reasons...

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Puppy training tips

Puppy Training Tips

  1. Be as consistent as you can. Training needs to be followed through, even into adulthood.
  2. Never stop socialising.
  3. Practice training in different places, not just in the home.
  4. Most puppies learn at different rates, so be patient.
  5. Exercise your puppy mentally and physically.

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