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Contact Us

We'd love to hear from you! If you have general questions about our services and dog training policies, please also refer to our FAQ section below the contact form. If you're ready to get started and book your first session, the first step is to create a Paw Partner profile right here.

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West Seattle Wonder Dogs

6040 California Ave. SW West Seattle, WA 98136

Hours of Operation

Monday

2:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Tuesday and Thursday

8:00 am - 12:00 pm & 2:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Wednesday

3:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Friday

2:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Saturday

8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Sunday

8:30 am - 5:00 pm

  • How/Where do I create a Paw Partner profile?
    If you go to the homepage of our website (westseattlewonderdogs.com), you can click on “Create a profile here” and it will direct you to the Paw Partner portal where you can sign up.
  • How do I send my dog’s vet records?
    You can either upload them to your Paw Partner profile by logging into your account and clicking on “Upload Files” on the home page, or you can send them to info@westseattlewonderdogs.com.
  • How do I request a reservation?
    Go to your Paw Partner profile, click the “Training” button, then “select a service”. Choose the date and time you would like and click “select this training course,” scroll to the bottom of the screen and push the “save and continue button.”
  • How do I purchase a package?
    Go to your Paw Partner profile, go to “Package Credits” on the homepage and purchase the package you would like. You can also save a card to your file for all future purchases.
  • What vet records do you require?
    For young puppies and teens new to play, we require records that show they are on time for all of their vaccinations (Bordetella, DHLPP, and eventually Rabies), and a recent fecal exam (within the last 30 days) that is negative for Giardia and parasites. For older puppies/dogs who are not attending play, we require records showing they have completed all of their vaccinations.
  • How do you clean your facility?
    We vacuum and sanitize the floor inside, and we sanitize all areas where hands commonly touch. We use a broad spectrum pet/human safe disinfectant that effectively kills canine parvovirus (Parvo), canine Distemper virus, influenza viruses and most strains of salmonella and staphylococcus and other pathogenic microorganisms.
  • Are masks required?
    No, but they are strongly recommended.
  • Do you offer private training?
    Yes! We offer private training for puppies and adult dogs. You can learn about our private training programs here.
  • What is required to book private training?
    You must first have a Paw Partner profile created (Vet records not required). Once that's created, we'll send you a Private Dog Training Intake Form to fill out. Once filled out and sent back, a trainer will be in touch within a few days to discuss the next steps.
  • Where is in-person training provided?
    Our trainers come to you for private training, they can meet at an outdoor park if this makes sense for the material being trained. Our private training covers West Seattle and surrounding areas within reason. If a person would like Private training but lives outside of West Seattle we can schedule a session for them in our studio.
  • What do you go over in Puppy Right Start?
    One of our trainers works with you on everything you need to know about raising your new puppy so that they can live a happy and comfortable life. Topics include: setting up a successful schedule for your puppy, and other important young puppy topics such as potty training, puppy feeding, socialization, exercising, teething, nipping and development of your new puppy.
  • What do you go over with adult dog training?
    We customize our private training for each specific dog, family and environment. Our trainers work on basic to advanced training. We accept dogs with reactivity to other dogs and humans. We accept nervous, anxious and fear aggressive dogs. We do not handle high separation anxiety cases or cases where the dog has bitten a human.
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