Puppy training
Positive Reinforcement Dog Training

For over ten years, dedicated trainers have been supporting dog owners in Sydney and the coastal regions at our leading puppy training school. We specialise in strengthening the bond between you and your dog through positive reinforcement. Our programs, tailored to meet the unique needs of each dog and owner, ensure a beneficial and straightforward approach to training.

Puppy Training Reservation Process

Select the type of training
Select from a variety of classes tailored to accommodate the specific age and any special requirements of your dog.
Pick from available dates
Choose the session times and dates that align with the scheduled class offerings. Should these not meet your needs, our one-on-one sessions provide a flexible alternative.
Secure your spot
Complete your booking by making a payment with either a credit card or PayPal, securing the slot that most conveniently suits your schedule.

From First Bark to Full Growth: How We Help Train Your Puppies

The Best Puppy School in Sydney

Puppy to Dog School offers a secure and engaging setting for mastering general obedience and nurturing well-adjusted dogs. Our course promotes early socialisation in a managed environment, equipping puppies with essential skills.

Specialising in obedience training for dogs, our comprehensive courses and behaviour training focus on positive reinforcement techniques. Through our expertly led puppy classes, owners learn effective strategies for dog and puppy training, ensuring a foundation of understanding and mutual respect.

In-Home Puppy Classes

Our in-home dog training service provides one-on-one attention, ideal for dog owners with busy schedules looking for tailored and flexible training options outside of group classes. At Puppy to Dog School, we ensure your dog receives focused training that meets their specific needs.

Dog Training School

Continuing to socialise your dog in a controlled and appropriate environment is crucial, even as they grow older. For this reason, our Teenage and Rescue Dog class could be the perfect fit for your pet. If your teenage dog lacks previous or consistent training, they might develop new behaviours during their teenage years that could pose challenges.


Teach your puppy how to be a part of the family

Alleviate the pressures associated with acquiring a new puppy by initiating its training early on, securing the best results through positive reinforcement.

Our Team

Head Trainer

Maz earned a Certificate IV in Animal Companion Services and excels in dog behavior training. He's a member of the Pet Professional Guild of Australia and the Australian Dog Trainers Association, showing his dedication to dog training.

Furthermore, he is a licensed service dog trainer.

Frequently Asked Questions


When should I start socialising my puppy?


Puppies are naturally playful and trusting, eager to interact with all. Experts recommend early socialisation, crucial from 3 to 17 weeks, to build their confidence. This period shapes their future interactions not just with other dogs but with people and various environments.

However, balance is key, as puppies should stay safe until fully vaccinated. Early controlled socialisation ensures a well-adjusted adult dog.


My dog is not a puppy anymore, can he still be trained?


The saying that you can't teach an old dog new tricks doesn't hold true when you consider the intelligence of dogs. At any age, you can train your dog, whether addressing a newly emerged behaviour issue or starting obedience training later in their life.

It’s always the right time to deepen your bond through training. Puppy to Dog School offers programs tailored for dogs of all ages and educational requirements, ensuring it's never too late for your dog to learn.


When is the right age to start training your dog?


Begin training your dog as early as 8 weeks with a setup session and an in-home course, addressing initial training needs for a seamless transition into your home.


My dog is chewing everything, what should I do?


Puppies chew as a way to explore their environment or because they're transitioning from puppy to adult teeth, and sometimes simply out of boredom. Pinpointing the exact reason for their chewing is crucial.

After identifying the cause, you can substitute inappropriate chewing targets, like the couch or shoes, with suitable toys or engage them in more activities to alleviate boredom. If challenges persist, consider reaching out for an in-home training session to effectively train your dog.


What people say about us

Jasna Nicolson

Puppy school was so much fun for the humans! An hour of rollicking fun interspersed with really useful take home advice from Maz on a wide range of subjects such as teaching your puppy their name, potty training, and how to recognise your dog is stressed. I’m a long time dog owner but found this really helpful.

Lisa Staley

We just finished 3 sessions with Baz. He is totally amazing. Baz is very experienced in animal behaviour and explained why dogs behave the way they do. Our puppy who is 4 months responded so we and has improved dramatically with the trainging Baz provided. Highley recommended.


Amazing trainer. Trained our puppy, Chloe and she absolutely loves him.


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