Dachshund mix puppy learning to pay attention



  • We are currently giving our website a facelift, please bear with us during the process!
  • New puppy training classes begin on Sunday 4th December at 10am.​ We limit the size of our classes to ensure personal attention, book now to avoid disappointment.
  • New dog obedience training classes begin on Sunday 8th January at 8am.
  • We now not only offer one-on-one private lessons at our premises, you also have the option to book lessons in the comfort of your own home if you live in our area. Visit our in-home training page for more information.
  • At Furbabies animal rescue is close to our hearts. We support CLAW (Community Lead Animal Welfare), Border Collie Rescue Gauteng, Labrador Rescue and Husky Rescue. If you have adopted a dog from one of these organisations we offer a discount on your training. Contact us to find out more.




  • We are conveniently situated in central Johannesburg.
  • Dogs of all ages and breeds are welcome in our classes.
  • We also have options for dogs who need one-on-one training.
  • Our training methods are gentle and dog (and human) friendly.


Contact us for more information.


Above foster puppy Odie learns to sit and stay for a photo at only five weeks of age. 

Golden Retriever puppy learning to sit


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Small dog and caption 'Furbabies News'
Jack Russell terrier puppy and family graduating from puppy training class

Welcome to the Furbabies

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We can help you


  • Start out right with training your new puppy to be an obedient, enjoyable companion; cope with house-training, chewing, biting and other issues, teach your puppy the skills they need, start socialising your pup and more.
  • Teach your lively young dog to listen to you and be a companion you can be proud of.
  • Develop a better relationship with your adult dog of any age.
  • Start out right with training your rescue dog.
  • Troubleshoot your dog training problems; jumping up, chasing, chewing and biting, pulling on lead, running out of the gate and more.

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