Puppy Training Course

A dog in young age finds learning and accepting new things a thousand times easier than in adulthood. Undoubtedly, it’s the best timing to instill the right concept and shape the desired behaviour in puppyhood. Therefore, puppy training is always regarded as crucial and indispensable.

Besides, early temperament training can significantly influence a dog’s mental development. As an owner, you have the responsibility to ensure your puppy receives proper education—much like sending your child to kindergarten to expose them to all the things they should know.

We provide training on basic commands, home manners, and proper socialisation with both dogs and humans. Appropriate learning goes a long way in establishing a puppy’s confidence and shaping positive character traits. As a result, it keeps them satisfied and balanced for the rest of their life.

For more information, please WhatsApp us at 5378 2795.

How we work


    Tell us your dog’s background information and what training target you want to achieve.


    The class schedule is flexible. You can discuss your preferred training time slot with the dog trainer.


    Before the lessons begin, please provide at least one short video showcasing your dog’s behavioral issue. This allows the dog trainer to accurately evaluate the problem and develop a corresponding training plan.


    Training will take place at your home or in the location where the issue typically occurs.


    You are welcome to raise questions and discuss concerns with your dog trainer, we promise to provide our best support to you.


Objective: Cultivate good behavior and boost confidence from an early age

Target Audience: Puppies aged 6 months or younger

Course Duration: Each lesson lasts 60 minutes

Price: $750 or above per hour (The final price will be quoted case by case)

Course Content:

  • How to redirect chewing & biting behaviour
  • Basic commands & tricks
  • Potty training
  • Proper socialisation with dog and human
  • Dog knowledge e.g. nutrition & first aid
  • Dog psychology
Puppy Biting Problem

Successful Examples

Puppy Leash Training

The little Shiba Inu featured in the video was initially uncomfortable with the leash. She was highly sensitive and fought back to the leash by biting it, jumping around, and resisting walking. Any slight movement of the leash would trigger her resistance. However, thanks to trainer Angela’s boundless patience, she was able to successfully teach the little Shiba to accept and follow the leash, as well as to stay by her side when asked.

Play Discipline

Many puppy owners are crying out loud about the mouthing issue. Some owners might even unconsciously lose the temper and scold their puppies for chewing various objects. However, scolding is not effective. The puppy will not obey to the negative emotion but become scared or even provoke more aggressive chewing.

Due to teething, it’s natural for puppies to chew on things to alleviate discomfort. Therefore, the training goal is to teach the dog what is acceptable to bite and what is not. It’s unrealistic to completely eliminate chewing behaviour in puppies. A viable solution is to introduce tug games to the dog. Playing tug is a healthy way for a dog to release its energy and avoid boredom. If the tug game is introduced in a systematic way, it not only reinforces the human’s role as a leader but also instills the concept in the dog that toys are acceptable objects to bite. If the dog finds biting a toy fun and rewarding, why would they need to bite humans or furniture?

Potty Training

Many dog owners find it frustrating when their pets relieve themselves all over the house. Often, owners resort to scolding or punishing their dogs when they don’t use the designated toilet area. However, these methods can often exacerbate the situation. For instance, the dog might start urinating in hidden places or wait until the owner is not home to relieve itself.

Our training class covers the logic, steps, and tools necessary for successful house training. Your puppy will enjoy the learning process, and according to our clients, the results are much more effective than scolding or physical punishment.

See the joy in both owners and their dogs when successful potty training is achieved within just two weeks.

Frequently Asked Questions

What method will you use to train my dog?

Different dogs require different training strategies. First, dog trainer will identify the root cause of the problem. Then, they will introduce appropriate training methods, tools, and activities tailored to engage your dog effectively. Throughout the process, we will explain aspects of dog psychology to facilitate better communication between you and your dog.

Would my dog feel upset for training?

All methods used in our lessons are derived from scientific research and proven to be safe and harmless to dogs. We adopt the positive reinforcement method which physical punishment is forbidden. We aim to shape a balanced and satisfied dog by fulfilling their true needs. While we can’t guarantee the dog is extremely happy in the learning process—since learning often involves stepping out of their comfort zone—we can assure you that dogs experiencing behavioral problems are typically unhappy. In the long run, dog training is beneficial to you and your dog’s relationship. Through training, we aim to alleviate these behavioral issues, leading to a happier and healthier dog in the long term.

How can you guarantee my dog's behaviour will improve and these improvements will be long-lasting?

To what degree the problem can be improved and sustained depending on many factors, such as the dog’s learning ability, the frequency of practicing the assigned exercises and the owner’s willingness to adopt. Our dog trainer will demonstrate all the necessary skills needed to rehabilitate the dog in different circumstances and guide you through the process. Through consistent practice, we believe the behavioral issues can be gradually alleviated. However, it’s important to remember that long-term success largely depends on continued reinforcement of these skills at home.

How many lessons are required to reach the training target?

The number of lessons required depends on your dog’s individual situation, which will be evaluated by our dog trainer. The number of lessons can be adjusted according to actual progress. Our basic plan consists of three lessons:

First Lesson: We’ll investigate the root cause of the problem, explain the methods to be used, demonstrate and teach you how to use the correct tools and methods.

Second Lesson: We’ll focus on addressing the problem and consolidating your skills as an owner.

Third Lesson: We’ll work on strengthening your leadership position and further following up on the problem.

Typically, lessons are carried out on a weekly basis. Each week, you’ll be given exercises and activities to do with your dog according to the trainer’s instructions. We also encourage you to send videos to the trainer for follow-up reviews.

Of course, every case is unique. For more serious cases where the owner needs substantial support, classes can be held more frequently.

What should I prepare for the dog training lesson?

Our dog trainer will bring all the necessary tools for the lessons. However, since every dog is unique, we advise you to prepare items that your dog finds attractive and is responsive to. These could be favorite foods or toys. These items will be used as rewards when your dog displays ideal behavior.

If you’re unsure about what your dog prefers, we recommend buying a variety of toys and treats and testing them out. You’ll soon discover what your dog likes best. Remember, rewards aren’t limited to toys and treats. They can be in the form of verbal praise or even a loving pat or massage.

So, while attractive toys and food are the basics, you can prepare anything that your dog likes. The most important thing is that it should be safe and harmless.

When and where are the class held?

The class will be held at the mutually agreed time slot. Trainer may arrive 15 mins earlier or later. Therefore, please reserve adequate time for the lesson. For clients living in remote areas, such as island district, the trainer may arrive 30 mins earlier or later due to the sparse transportation network.

The training class takes place at where the dog lives and where the problems occur. We believe this is the most effective and direct way to solve the problem.

I am busy and can't attend the lesson, can I pass the dog to the dog trainer for training?

We often hear from owners who say their dogs only listen to one particular person in the house. This is typically because a dog responds to a person’s attitude, energy, and behavior, not their identity. Therefore, it’s crucial for you, as the owner, to attend the class and learn how to interact with your dog correctly.

If you don’t attend the lessons, you won’t acquire the skills necessary to communicate the right messages to your dog. As a result, your dog may only behave when the trainer is present. You might now be thinking that this sounds more like training the owner than the dog. You’re right. A well-trained dog owner is essential to having a well-behaved dog.

Does everyone in the family need to attend the class?

While it’s not mandatory for all family members to attend every lesson, we strongly encourage everyone’s participation for optimal results. The golden rule in dog training is consistency. Having all family members on the same page and treating the dog in the same way helps prevent confusion for the dog. If consistency isn’t maintained, the dog may end up listening to only some family members and not others. Therefore, the more family members that participate in the training, the better the outcome is likely to be.

4 frequently asked payment issues:


If you need to reschedule the class time, please submit your request to us at least 48 hours prior to the upcoming lesson. In this case, an administrative fee of HK$50 will be charged, and we will reschedule the class for you.

If the request is made within 48 hours of the upcoming lesson, we will not be able to accommodate it. You will lose the lesson without a possibility for rescheduling, and no refunds will be issued for unattended lessons.


If you wish to cancel the training program at any point and for any reason, please note that we do not offer refunds on cancellations.

Payment of Transfer:

We do not accept your payments transferring to other people or other dogs.

Auto Disqualification:

For any paid lesson, if a client does not schedule a lesson for more than one year from the date of payment, it will be considered as a forfeiture of the unscheduled lessons. No refunds will be applicable in this case.

What languages are available for classes?

Our training classes can be conducted in either English or Cantonese, according to your preference. Our dog trainers are fluent in both languages.

Want to know more?

Please feel free to WhatsApp 5378 2795 for more details! Our dog trainers will be here to help.

Angela has been helping us to train our 9 months old yorkie. She’s very knowledgable and experienced with animals. Very soon after she arrived during our first class, our dog was already much more well behaved. She also followed up with us in between the classes, sharing more tips to help us improve our home training and always super encouraging. I hope our dog will learn fast enough!

Janet Chan


My boy didn’t take it too well after staying at the dog hotel twice and his behaviour changed dramatically so we stopped travelling ever since.

Thanks to the Pet Sitting Diary, we could have a little get away. Angela visited us once before the service and noted down all the details. At first we were a bit worried if Keung was too difficult to deal with coz he got anxious easily but Angela handled him perfectly . We received very detail updates instantly everytime she arrived our flat until right before she left.

Angela also shared with us the dog walking technique that we could probably look into for Keung. She’s professional, caring and very patient . So glad we found the Pet Sitting Diary and met Angela. We are no longer grounded 

Sue Ann Law

Although we have read many books about dog training, it’s never easy to practice with our 4-month-old puppy. After the first lesson, our pup have already succeeded in potty training! It’s magic! Also, we learnt how to instruct the over-energetic puppy to stay calm and behave.

Angela is so willing to share her knowledge and experience with us, I can see our puppy will be growing into a well-mannered dog  Thank you Angela for her professionalism and patience!

LLyy La