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Julie Sharp
Address:PO Box 75411

Seattle, WA 98175 (United States)
Phone Number:206.409.7867
E-mail:training@SharpDogsSeattle.com
Website:SharpDogsSeattle.com
Certifications: Certified Behavior Consultant Canine - Knowledge Assessed
Certified Professional Dog Trainer - Knowledge & Skills Assessed

Summary: Sharp Dogs offers private, in-home dog training and behavior modification services in greater Seattle. We have considerable experience with newly adopted dogs from shelters or rescues. We also have a private program just for puppies. We understand the importance and value of the relationship between your dog and you. Bio: Julie Sharp, founder and owner of Sharp Dogs, LLC, offers in-home private training for pet dogs in the Seattle area. In addition to being a Certified Behavior Consultant (Canine)--Knowledge Assessed (CBCC-KA), a Karen Pryor Academy (KPA) Certified Training Partner (CTP), and a Certified Professional Dog Trainer-Knowledge & Skills Assessed (CPDT-KSA). She is also a professional member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT). At the Seattle Animal Shelter, Julie provided training services for foster dogs, especially those having problems with fear and shyness. She has fostered dogs from the shelter, helped them with behavior modification and basic training, and then found them wonderful homes! Sharp Dogs does not use physical punishment, intimidation, or fear when training dogs (or their people!). Animal learning research shows that any behavior that is rewarded is repeated (and that punishment slows down the training process). All of the dog training at Sharp Dogs follows the scientifically based guidelines of positive reinforcement. Julie Sharp teaches clients how to motivate their dogs using treats, play, social, and even environmental rewards. Services Offered: In-home private dog training and behavior consultations. These include basic manners; nuisance behaviors, (such as jumping up, door dashing, and not coming when called); and behavioral challenges.