SOME OF YOUR SERVICES REFER TO PUPPIES. WHAT AGE OF DOG WOULD YOU CONSIDER TO BE A PUPPY?
Once your puppy becomes approximately 12 weeks old, it will be starting to become an adolescent, with the associated emotional and behavioural changes. If your puppy was joining a group training class, this would be highly relevant to the age of the other puppies with which it was mixing, so that genuine, pre-12 week puppies were adequately protected from the more robust play style and more mature dentition and jaw strength of adolescent and juvenile 'puppies'. However, as Companion Animal Behaviour Referral's puppy services are on a 1:1 or virtual basis, this is far less relevant. Hence, we would be happy for the owners of dogs of 9 months or less to take advantage of our puppy services.