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“Love is in the Details”
People often say I have the "Snow White Effect" on animals! I think, just like anyone really, they can tell when someone truly cares about them. Dogs are a mission for me and they will always been an important part of my life. I am someone who leads with love, integrity, courage and empathy. I think everything you do is an act of love.
Top Pet Caregiver
Training Exam Complete
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Potty training, Therapy training, Service training, Puppy training
“Mature, college-educated, & highly experienced!”
*I am fully vaccinated & wear a mask. I’ve loved animals, especially dogs and cats, basically since I was born. I grew up with Mastiffs & Rottweilers. It was mainly my chore to feed them, walk them, pick up poop, clean up puke, you name it! And we’re talking from a very young age! As an adult, as soon as I got my Bachelor’s degree and moved off campus, I adopted 2 cats. Throughout my adult life I’ve had a rescue Yorkie and rescue Pug, as well as other cats. I treat all animals as my babies!!
Training Exam Complete
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Therapy training, Puppy training
Many doggos love a bit of roughhousing, but sometimes they can take it too far. You can train your pup not to play aggressively over the course of a month or two. The most effective way to avoid your pupper getting carried away is by using a toy instead of your body to play with your dog. Try to play games like tug of war, which will keep your hands away from your dog's mouth. If your hound starts to get aggressive, stop playing to show it's unacceptable behavior. Ensure you praise your dog if they play gently to signal a job well done.
Sick of your mutt traipsing mud through your house after walkies? Well, you can teach your pupper to wipe their own paws! This trick takes typically 3 to 6 weeks to learn but will save you having to clean mucky paw prints off your carpet. You'll want to use treats and praise to encourage your mutt to stand on your doormat for an extended period. If they shuffle or move their feet, say “wipe” and reward your pooch. With plenty of perseverance, practice, and treats, your doggo will be wiping their paws in no time.
Catch is a great trick to teach your pupper if you're looking for a new frisbee partner. This trick is easy to master and will take your dog about two weeks to learn. Chuck Fido a treat, yell “catch”, and give them plenty of praise if they manage to catch it. Once they've learned to catch a treat, switch to a frisbee or ball, and make sure to shout “catch”, so they know what to do. With a bit of practice, you and Tucker will be playing frisbee in no time.
Finding the right trainer for your woofer in Kent can be a bit tricky. There are tons of available classes in the Seattle area, meaning you may have to shop around to find a trainer that suits your needs.
Before signing up for any classes, make sure you read the fine print. Many classes require a down payment before you start. If you have to cancel or can't attend a session, you may lose your deposit. You'll also want to book a few weeks in advance, as dog trainers in Kent are generally very busy.
If you think your canine companion will struggle to concentrate with other woofers around, you might be better off attending private training classes. One-on-one dog training programs in Kent are relatively pricey and can cost anywhere from $85 to $150 for an hour-long session. Private training may cost more than group classes, but this Kent dog training route gives your dog the individual attention they need to master “sit” and “stay”.
Group puppy training classes with your furry friend are lots of fun. In and around Kent, group puppy training can cost between $115 and $130 for 6 weeks’ worth of classes. The main problem with group classes is that you have to commit to a lengthy course, which can be tough with a full calendar.
You might not find a dog trainer in Kent that you think will work well with your pupper. If you're running out of options, check out some of the Kent dog trainers available through Wag!. These training sessions cost around $60, leaving you with cash to spend on treats for your pooch. Trainers on the Wag! platform will work with you to make sure they're offering a class that lives up to your standards.
You'll find a few dog parks in Kent and the surrounding area that are sure to get your pup's tail wagging. Make sure you check the park rules before heading anywhere, as some parks require your dog to be neutered or vaccinated before entering. You'll also need a membership before entering certain parks, so double-check with the park before heading on walkies.
Morrill Meadows Park is one of the best dog parks in Kent. This wooded park features a few short trails where you can take your woofer on a leashed stroll. If your pup is itching to roam free, there are also two off-leash areas. These runs are separated for small and large dogs, so you won't have to worry about your pooch getting overwhelmed if they're a little shy.
French Lake Dog Park in nearby Federal Way is another superb spot to let Fido stretch their legs. This 10-acre park contains two large dog runs where your mutt can make some new friends. You'll also be provided with free poop bags when you enter the park, so make sure to pick after your canine compadre.
Dog trainers with Wag! have a range of skills and qualifications that are sure to suit your dog’s needs. Many of the dog trainers on the Wag! platform perform charitable work, like lending a hand at a local dog shelter. Each dog trainer also receives a star rating from other pet parents, so you can easily tell who the best trainers are in the Seattle area.
Dog trainers on the Wag! platform have worked with a plethora of dog breeds, from Afghan Hounds to Golden Retrievers. Pugs are one of the most common breeds in Kent, thanks to their kind hearts and adorable wrinkly faces. Pugs love to play, and there are lots of activities you can try with your Pug to keep them out of mischief. Whether it's playing tug-of-war or cozying up on the sofa, your Pug partner will be happy either way.
Some dogs are easier to please than others, but a little training can go a long way. Hop on the Wag! app today and pick the perfect trainer for you and canine comrade.
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