Designed for puppies between eight and 18 weeks of age, puppy school is essential for the early development of young dogs.

A puppy’s brain is like a sponge – what they experience today will influence what type of personality they have when they are adults. Because puppies develop like this, socialisation and training is imperative in the first few weeks and months of their life.

The Vets on Parker puppy pre-school is a relaxed and fun environment where puppies learn to socialise and owners learn basic dog training skills.

Led by Chris Loverseed from Postive K9 Training, our puppy pre-school makes sure that you and your puppy receive the care that you need during this period.

Contact us on (03) 9850 1355 to book a place for your puppy in the next available class.

Pet Care

  • Spring season is allergy season for pets so keep an eye out for skin irritations and inflammation, excessive scratching and respiratory issues. In particular, we want to highlight three types of allergies which land pets in our clinic around this time of year: Grass allergies The pollen from grass can cause an allergic reaction in …
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  • Good dental health is important for dogs at every age. Unfortunately, around 80% of dogs over the age of three years old suffer from tooth and gum disease. If your dog has untreated tartar build-up from such a young age, by the time they reach their senior years (dogs aged 7 and over are considered …
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  • Many children love animals and can develop close bonds with their pets. This, in turn, can help the child learn important social skills such as empathy, respect for others and patience. However, if an animal feels trapped, frightened or threatened, even the most docile pets will do everything they can to make a perceived threat …
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