Welcome to Puppy Love Training!


Puppy Love is owned by Dr. Kay Stephens, DVM,MS, a veterinarian, dog trainer, animal behaviorist, and TAMU graduate (Class of ’79, ’80, ’83). Puppy Love specializes in “clicker training”, a positive, scientifically proven approach to training that anyone can do and every dog will love. Puppy Love has been making training your dog fun, easy, and effective since 1992.

Featured Classes

Puppy Kindergarten

We specialize in Puppy Kindergarten classes where puppies from 9 weeks to 6 months of age learn to be well behaved members of the household. Early training is the single most important factor in your dog becoming a good companion.

Basic Obedience

We teach Basic Obedience Classes for dogs 6 months and older with the emphasis on every day household obedience exercises. We believe you really can teach an “old” dog new tricks, and that it is never too late to make your dog a better companion.


Agility classes are a great way to exercise your dog, build up your dog’s confidence, and for you and your dog to just plain have fun. We offer introductory classes that any dog of any age can enjoy as well as more advanced classes for those interested in competition.

Recent Puppy Love Blog Posts

Featured Class: Rally Obedience

Harley, my miniature poodle, and I went to a dog show in Conroe last weekend where we competed in Rally Obedience. Unlike a regular obedience competition, where a judge gives orders, competitors navigate a course of stations with the dog in heel … [Read More...]

Featured Class: Puppy Kindergarten

This is Harley! He is a three­ month old miniature poodle. A common misconception is that training your dog can only happen after six months. The truth is that dogs are constantly learning from the first moment you adopt them. That is why it is … [Read More...]

Rainy Day Training Tips

With such gloomy, rainy weather it can be difficult to give our dogs proper mental and physical stimulation. Both of my Border Collies, Fly and Rey, are itching to get outside and play! Though they would be content playing in the mud puddles, the … [Read More...]