Oliver learning to settle on his mat amidst distractions like treats dropping, toys flying and people/dogs walking pass, etc. during his Family Dog – Intermediate class. With regular practice and consistency from his parents, Oliver passed the final examination with flying colours. The family and him are now ready to
Self-control is an important life skill which every student learn and acquire from school. (From left) Toby, Millie, Sheila, Shadow, Kiki and Patch practising “leave-it” together during the teacher-led activity. While Sheila and Kiki are very cheerful and optimistic that they will be duly
From left) Milly, Millie & Lexi, the golden triplet angels are among the best of friends in chool. They are 9 months apart from one another with Milly being the eldest & bubbliest; Millie the middle & cheekiest; and Lexi
As we celebrate Baileys’ 2-year old birthday recently, we feel extremely rewarded to watch her grow up to become so friendly, confident and independent. Baileys joined our in-home day training programme when she was a 7-month old puppy. She subsequently enrolled to the day-school and became our second student (after
Is this a dog? Puppy Gisele the Frenchie examining her new found friend and classmate, Lexi the Goldie, on her first day of day-school. She is very puzzled why Lexi look so weird: depressed eyes, long muzzle, giant jaws, folding ears and pale
Bozer (nicknamed Bulldozer) had exhausted his brain cells and energy from learning and playing during the morning session of day school. While he was going for his individual walk to Hooper Park which is a stone throw away from the campus, he decided to park
It is a joy growing together with Millie (or “little Millie” as we affectionately call her). A day after she arrived from Australia as a 3-month old baby, she met her teacher, Kristina and embarked on her learning journey with the school.