Mini Trainers Puppy Class

Puppy Class Details

6 One hour group classes 

Puppies must be between 10 and 16 weeks at the start of class 

Two handlers max per puppy 

3 puppies max per class

 Located at 237a and 10th avenue in South Langley 

* Please make sure your puppy has at least their first set of vaccinations 7 days prior to the start of class


Available Start Dates

June 1st at 530pm

June 4th at 1130 am

What Will You Need?

Front Connection Harness

6 foot leash

Treats and easy access treat pouch

POSITIVE energy for your pup 

* No prong, choke, or shock collars allowed in class


What Is Our Goal For This Class? 

Our main goal with this class is to educate you on how to create well-rounded puppies who will grow into confident and happy dogs. What puppies experience during their first 20 weeks of life really determines their temperament as they grow older. We want to make sure everyone in this class feels confident in creating a wonderful and positive life for their puppy as well as offer a greater understanding to the way in which dogs learn.

 This class is designed to give you an overall picture of how to set your puppy up for success. Along with teaching you how dogs learn and the techniques we use to encourage your puppy to listen better, we will also discuss other aspects of having a puppy like socialization and dog body language.

Topics about raising a new puppy that we cover in class:

Dog Body Language

Proper Socialization

Body Handling (How to properly handle your puppy so they become comfortable with being touched all over)

Cooperative Care (Introducing a nail clipper and brush)

How to properly introduce a harness to your puppy


Dog training skills that you will learn during class:


Watch Me


Down + Stay


Drop It

Leave It

Leash Skills

We like to keep our training fun so remember to bring your positive energy to class and be ready to laugh things off. Puppies are unpredictable and funny creatures, let’s learn to laugh together! If there is time, we like to add in a few fun tricks to do with your pups!