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

  • Pet surgery can understandably be a stressful time for owners. If your pet is due for surgery, you might be feeling nervous or worried, but don’t stress: at our Narre Warren North veterinary hospital, we often get surgery-related questions from nervous pet-owners. In this blog, we are taking you through some of the most commonly …
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  • By now, most dog owners are aware that their pet can’t eat chocolate or drink alcohol or caffeine. However, there are plenty of other seemingly innocuous natural foods that are often fed as treats to dogs that can cause health issues. In this blog, we take a look at 4 natural foods which can be …
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  • As your dog gets older, its body will begin to change. In particular, your dog will become more susceptible to a range of health problems. This is why senior dogs require attentive care, extending all the way to their diets, which we are exploring today in this blog.   When is a dog considered ‘senior’? …
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