Cunningshot Dog Sports
'My puppy is biting me, how often do I feed my puppy, when can I start training, how much sleep should my puppy have, how do I crate train' these are just some of the most commonly asked question. Truthfully, there is no right or wrong way to bring up a puppy every home, family and puppy is unique and therefor training needs to match this.
Good breeders should have started the shaping of basic puppy manners, toilet training and socialisation from day 1, at 8 weeks when you bring your newest edition home you are already training even if you may not realise it. Cunningshot Dog Sports aims to teach you all of the necessary tools to be able to start your puppy off correctly. Training starts with us as early as you would like, however, it is recommended to start some form of classes as early as possible to help shape good manners and, in turn, a well rounded and good character gundog.
Early development with puppies is one of the most important developmental stages in their life. Their brain is constantly absorbing and expanding, therefore it is important to offer the correct early stage training.
Cunningshot promise to offer you, your family and most importantly your puppy the right start. By running small, outside classes suitable for any breed from the ages of 12 weeks (when fully vaccinated) up to roughly 6 months of age. Gundog Puppy classes set the foundations for all puppies focusing on; obedience commands, on and off lead social skills, social skills and manners, allowing you to choose when your pup is older to move onto more intense Dog Sports should you wish to. Cunningshot Dog Sports use modern, up to date positive methods.
The sessions run on a weekly basis. Your puppy training doesn't end at 6 months, it can continue right through vital training periods of your dogs adolescence allowing Cunningshot to help you grow with your puppy through all their life stages offering a helping hand and support through this.
With secure, safe and realistic training grounds Cunningshot Gundogs can take you and your dog through the journey of training a gundog up to working, shoot day standard, regardless of your own previous experience.
Puppy One to Ones:
Sometimes it may be more appropriate to start with a one to one before placing a puppy in a group class. If the puppy is under 4 months old then it may be that the one to one runs only for half an hour instead of the full one hour session as not all puppies can concentrate for that long.