Puppy Day School and New Burlington Location for Picture Perfect Pets




Picture Perfect Pets, LLC, has moved to 374A Cambridge Street, in Burlington, and added Puppy Day School, a drop-off training and socialization program, to its list of services. The program is focused on promoting behavioral wellness in dogs through positive reinforcement while preventing such problems as aggression.

“By training and socializing young puppies during a critical developmental phase, people can prevent many of the serious behavior problems that can develop in the face of under-socialization and inadequate puppy training,” says Bette Yip, owner of Picture Perfect Pets.

The company’s new 3,600-square-foot location is used for group dog training lessons and pet photography, in addition to Puppy Day School. “People can drop-off their puppies for the day or send their pups to school on the Puppy Bus,” says Yip. “Puppies will get training and plenty of supervised play time in a safe, controlled setting, and they’ll go home with less energy for nipping, chewing and general mischief.”

For more information, call 617-966-4240 or visit BetteYip.com.

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