We offer a number of resources to foster links between the veterinary community and accredited dog trainers. We fill the gap between you and a well run puppy class so that anyone caring for a puppy has the support material they need. You help them succeed and we help you reinforce your own message about the importance of early socialization and puppy training.
The Development Wall Chart is a reference poster for use in exam rooms, waiting areas and training centres. Anyone referring to the wall chart will quickly understand what stage of development their puppy is at and what they should be doing. (You can view the online version of the chart here.)
If you would like to receive the Puppy Development Wall Chart*, please fill out the form below, and we will mail it to you. Note: we respect your privacy and will never share your mailing or email address with anyone.
*Limit of 3 wall charts per organization. Distribution limited to North America only (for now).
Quick access handout that provides your clients with tools to troubleshoot most common puppy problems. Keep a copy behind the reception desk or close at hand.
Puppy clients sign up to receive a ‘byte’ of info in their inbox each weekday. The Ultimate Puppy Bytes are short training tips that are time sensitive and designed to help rear a puppy during the first 8 to 16 weeks. The Bytes will help your clients stay creative and have fun while tending to the important training issues. When used along with our Ultimate Puppy training they provide a powerful approach to puppy rearing. Enjoy!
Key features and concepts of ultimatepuppy.com at a glance and suggestions on how to use the site. Print it out or use the digital version with live links to the site.
Do you run a puppy class? We offer a step-by-step lesson plan based on Ultimate Puppy which you can find here.
A comprehensive socialization checklist that can be printed out and checked off.
This worksheet can be used in conjunction with A Social Schedule to plan outings, track progress and address any weak areas that need work.
Track training progress from starting out to more robust and real life challenges.