Family lessons

The whole family can be involved in raising and training your (puppy)dog. There is an exercise for every family member, big and small. Together you teach your dog the basic obedience exercises. dogNL offers these Family lessons not only tailored to your dog but also to your child(ren). For that reason part of the lessons will be the DoggyIntro for the children, dealing about playing together safely, hierarchy in the family and respect for each other.

* 8 weeks’ old pups start with Puppy Welcome, learning about basic training and desirable behaviour first.

Dog&Child

Family lessons at home, 1 session

learning or freshing up basic obedience exercises step-by-step

  • teaching for example:
  • sit
  • walking on the leash
  • down
  • go fetch
  • sit and stay
  • come here 
  • 1 appointment at your home address, 1½ hrs
  • travelling costs are 30ct/km from Oegstgeest

1 hrs

€ 70

dogNL gezinsles | dogNL family lesson

Dog&Child

Family lessons at home, 4 sessions

learning or freshing up basic obedience exercises step-by-step

  • teaching for example:
  • sit
  • walking on the leash
  • down
  • go fetch
  • sit and stay
  • come here
  • 4 appointments at your home address, 1½ hrs
  • travelling costs are 30ct/km from Oegstgeest

4 x 1 hrs

€ 265

dogNL gezinsles | dogNL family lesson

Dog&Child

DoggyIntro with the children

what is a dog? how to react when he bites your toes? how to play with him? information and exercises for children of all ages

  • 1 appointment at your home address, 1½ hrs
  • the lesson is adapted to the age of your child(ren)
  • a dog-fun-package for your child(ren)
  • travelling costs are 30ct/km from Oegstgeest

1½ hrs

€ 105

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Dog language

What does your dog tell you. What does he tell his dog friends. How can your interpret your dog’s signals. Knowing more about the dog language you can accompany your dog even better. You will find out what his limits are, you will know when to guide your dog or set clear boundaries

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RSPCA growing up with a dog