Once initial Socialization has made an improvement to puppies behaviour, it is a good idea to take him/her to basic puppy training classes, where puppy will meet lots of other dogs, both puppies and adults. If you are thinking of "Showing" puppy in the future then Ring Craft Classes are the place to start, here puppy will learn how he/she is expected to behave in the Show Ring do not expect miracles Lancashire Heelers can and are very stubborn and if they are not in the mood to do something they will not do it, don't get disheartened it does all click into place eventually, my first Lancashire Heeler I once documented in my diary as "does not have the attention span of a flee", she went on to be our best behaved Show Dog. So don't give up everyone at these classes is there to help you, even if you have never seen inside a Dog Show, they will teach you all you need to know, and I have picked up many a good tip here and there and made many good friends at these classes. The classes are usually held once a week or possibly once a fortnight, but once you find one class someone will always tell you of classes held on other nights. Don't overdo it though every night is too much and puppy will get bored, let puppy look forward to one or two classes a week and he/she will be much more responsive to the training.
Other types of training are Agility and Obedience, but I personally have
always just stayed with Ring Craft Training, that said though many
Lancashire Heelers do well in Agility especially the Mini Agility Classes.
Basic Obedience has to be learned in all cases, but unless that is a
specific area you wish your Lancashire Heeler puppy to aspire to it could
be confusing if you try to do both Show Training and Obedience, as in Show
Training puppy is taught to stand and in Obedience puppy is taught to sit,
there is nothing to stop you giving all these classes a chance though to
see which your puppy is best suited to as like people they are all