30 Oathall Road

Haywards Heath 

West Sussex

RH16 3EQ

01444 440224



Emergencies for our registered Clients : 



Mon - Fri: 08:00 – 19:00
Sat: 08:30 – 13:00


VAT Reg. No. 760 1736 42

Puppy Socialisation Classes In Haywards Heath




Hosted mainly by Michelle Garvey, a fully trained and accredited dog trainer,  these are a fun filled socialisation training environment held every Thursday from 7pm to 7.45pm in our waiting room

All pups can bring 1 adult and 1 child (or 2 adults) and bring their own bed from home as part of the training process

Puppies must be between 8-12 weeks, had their first vaccine and registered with us.

Puppy Parties are a safe environment and because the other puppies are the same size and age it is less intimidating than meeting with a much bigger dog

We only have 6 slots per week available so book quickly!

Each session is £5.00

What is a puppy party?

A puppy party really is just as it sounds! And though having several pups in the same room at the same time might sound like a recipe for disaster, puppy parties really do have a lot of benefits!

  • A puppy party is where you take your pooch along to a canine get together, so they can learn to socialise with other pups and people.
  • A puppy party is not just for dogs! They are also a place where you can meet other pup owners, exchange ideas, and discuss any challenges with people in the same situation.
  • As puppy parties are held here in practice, you also have the opportunity to discuss any health or behavioural issues with professionals in a more relaxed environment.

When Should I Take my Dog to a puppy party?

There is a critical period of socialisation time during basic puppy training when your pup is more receptive to being exposed to new people, other animals, sights and sounds.

Puppies must be between 8-12 weeks and must have had their 1st vaccine and registered with us.

Benefits of taking your dog to a puppy party?

Meeting and socialising with other people and pups are the main benefits of taking your pooch to a puppy party!

Even in a short space of time, your pup will learn how to play with other puppies, and how to react in different situations. If your pup starts chasing and running with another pup, this is a great way of them learning how to play and burn off energy – as long as their interactions are positive.

Puppy parties are also a great way to get your pup used to new situations so that they will be less nervous and ideal being held in our waiting room.

Your puppy will be very quick to learn, good things along with bad!   Unfortunately, thousands of dogs every year around the UK are not given the opportunity to learn correctly. They end up developing major behavioural problems, so it is much easier to teach your puppy correctly from the start.

It is particularly difficult to socialise a puppy at this important age because they are too young to go into public areas such as dog parks so this is why puppy parties are ideal.

Contact us on PetsApp here