Puppy Playschool is for your young puppy at least 8 weeks and no more than 18 weeks old.

Pawsitive Energy’s NEW DROP-IN Puppy Playschool is positive social learning fun for your young puppy! These are on-going, every Monday. That means you get your puppy into a structured, positive socialization environment at the age that matters – now!

School is IN starting Nov 26th, 6pm-6:45pm at Pet Supplies Plus in Garwood, NJ. and will be held most Mondays thereafter.

Register here!

Playschool is for:
*Pups 8 to 18 weeks (puppies older than this and adult dogs should register for the Basic Skillz training class)
*Play time done right
*Learning manners around other dogs & people
*Picking up great tips on care, housetraining, & socialization of puppies
*Getting first dibs on spots for upcoming basic training classes (which are for older puppies and adult dogs)

How it works:

1. Simply fill out the one-time registration form (see below)
2. RSVP if you plan on attending by 5pm on the Monday you would like to attend. You can RSVP here (save the page!): https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=14613375&appointmentType=8517134
You will also be redirected to the RSVP page after you register – you can RSVP for your first drop-in now, or later.
3. Drop-in fee is $10

One-time registration for Puppy Playschool:

    FAQ


1) My puppy doesn’t have his/her full set of vaccinations, can we still attend?

YES! Pawsitive Energy, LLC follows the guidelines of the AVSAB which states in part, “The primary and most important time for puppy socialization is the first three months of life. During this time puppies should be exposed to as many new people, animals, stimuli and environments as can be achieved safely and without causing overstimulation manifested as excessive fear, withdrawal or avoidance behavior. For this reason, the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior believes that it should be the standard of care for puppies to receive such socialization before they are fully vaccinated.” You can read the full statement here: AVSAB Position Statement on Puppy Socialization