Puppies must continue to play with other puppies to develop their social skills. Among them, bite- inhibition, which refers to the pressure the dog exercises when bitting. Bite-inhibition is one of the most critical skills any dog should learn, and puppy playtime is the best way to teach it.
Open to four parents and four puppies between the ages of 8-14 weeks.
While this is not a puppy class, we will be practicing specific skills with the puppies. Puppies and their parents will learn appropriate play, call their puppy from playmates, and settle among other skills.
Almudena will be able to answer general questions about housetraining, play-bitting, and the like.
All present MUST wear a mask for the duration of the playtime. If you do not want to wear a mask, please do not sign up. The class will be held in a sanitized room. We will be practicing social distancing while sitting.
NOTE: Only ONE parent per puppy should attend in following with COVID 19 guidelines for inside activities.
Dates: Saturdays: December 12th, 19th, 26th. From 10 am to 10:45 am.
Fees: $64.28 (Santa Fe County tax included) for the three meetings.
What to bring:
- Your puppy’s meal or treats
- A bed or a towel for your puppy to lie on
- A leash and a collar or a harness.