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A lot of behaviour issues we see in adult dogs could have been prevented with establishing good habits and having positive experiences as puppies. Start you and your puppy off on the right paw with our Puppy Pop-In. They will get a chance to meet different puppies and people each time! We also will introduce different objects, environments, sounds, and much more. All the while we’ll add some valuable habits, practices, and commands.
Good socialization isn’t just about quantity – the quality of interactions is just as important! Our skilled trainers will work with you and your puppy’s needs to ensure they have the best experience possible each time they come to class.
Who: Any puppy between the ages of 2-6 months that has at least two sets of shots (DHPP required, bordatella highly recommended). MUST BRING PROOF OF VACCINATIONS EACH TIME regardless of how many times you have attended. You do not need to be attending a regular group puppy class here to drop-in. Limit is 10 puppies per drop in.
When: Use the drop down box below to see available dates. If it's not listed, it's not available. NO drop-ins on holidays. If you do not see a date listed here the week of, it means that Pop-In is not happening.
How: No refunds or transfers once payment is accepted. You MUST register online to reserve a spot. $12.50 per drop in.
Where: The Edmonton Humane Society’s Canine Enrichment Centre.
Please note your puppy must be wearing a quick-release collar and a standard six foot fabric leash. Bring treats so you can motivate your puppy to learn.
We reserve the right to remove attendees from class if their actions are unsafe for any participants, or if they refuse to follow instructions given, with no refund.
As our new drop in adventure begins, we cannot guarantee attendance numbers. But we will always do something to benefit your puppy, regardless of the numbers!
When & Where
Edmonton Humane Society
The Edmonton Humane Society enriches the lives of people and companion animals through animal sheltering, community programs and services, and engagement.
To be a model of excellence in the advancement of animal welfare.