Puppy Life skills

Why stop after puppy school? 


So you have a teenage puppy.. now what?

Adolescence is the most common time when behaviour breaks down and an equally important time to continue the learning process with your dog.

Our Puppy Life Skills course, is a perfect follow on from puppy school to cement important behaviours like loose lead walking, come when called, stay and on your bed.

We also focus on engagement games like tug, fetch to hone in on alternative ways to physically and mentally fulfil your dog each day.

If you have a puppy between 16 weeks to 12 months this course is for you


What we will cover in  Puppy Life Skills

Loose Lead Walking

Learn how to implement the foundations of Loose Lead walking including introducing slight distractions

Come when called

We will work through cementing the recall especially when in distracting locations

Progress the stay

Let's work through building a solid stay with your puppy that can take them through to adulthood and learn on your bed.

Engaging play

Games like tug and fetch can help with engagement & provide an outlet for your puppy, let's learn how to effectively use them.

The Course Options

Online Puppy Life skills

$227 AUD

One- time Payment

What is include:
  • One time payment
  •  Recorded video lessons for topic
  • Each lesson will provide step by step information
  • Lifetime access
  • Video Tutorials & resources
  • Everything you need to raise a confident & happy adult dog 

Puppy Training Bundle

$327 AUD

Normally valued at $430

What is include:
  • One time payment
  • Everything as mentioned with the course
  • Access to Puppy Portal & FB group
  • Live Q&As with Jen Tate in FB
  • Online puppy preschool course (6 months access)
  • Anxiety busters mini course (lifetime access)


Puppy Life Skills with Ryan Tate


Ryan Tate is the Co-Owner at TATE Animals and he has a wealth of knowledge & experience when it comes to animal training & behaviour.

Ryan wants to help you train your puppy so that you can have a happy & confident dog for life.


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