Puppy Day School
Join our half-day puppy day training program to give your puppy a good start! Your puppy will get enrichment, exercise, socialization, and training!
Our certified dog trainers will help your puppy get off to a good start or hone the skills you've already been building.
*Day School is for puppies between 8 weeks and 6 months.
Skills and Training
Skills we can work on include:
sit, down, wait, leave it
Enrichment and Socialization
Your puppy will have play time and enrichment one-on-one with a trainer. If appropriate, we may match your puppy with another for play sessions.
We'll send you a homework assignment after each session so you can continue to work on these behaviors at home. We recommend booking private training sessions or group classes in combination with day school!
Puppy Day School Details
Cost: $125 per day
Drop off: Between 8:00am - 8:30am
Pick up: Between 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Every Dog Community Center
7020 E Hwy 290 Bldg 2
Austin, TX 78723
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Why train with Every Dog?
Our trainers use positive reinforcement methods and are dedicated to using the most modern, effective, and ethical training methods to help you and your dog. Our trainers are certified and do continuing education with conferences, workshops, and mentorships to make sure they stay on top of their game.
Is your space safe for puppies that aren't fully vaccinated?
Yes! We have special cleaning protocols to protect puppies, and take extra precautions with our space. Puppies are welcome to join our Day School if they are at least 1 week past their first round of vaccinations, per AVSAB guidelines.
Do I need to book a class or private training to do day school?
We highly recommend doing a class or private lessons! While we can work on skills directly with your puppy during Day School, you'll also need to know how to work on these things at home.
Can you promise that my puppy will get to play with other puppies?
Nope! Puppy Day School is only open for a small number of puppies each day, and we can never guarantee that the participating puppies will be a good match. Getting good, positive socialization is MUCH more important to us than quantity, so puppies will only play together if we think they will be a good fit.