Sharon Bolt is a top dog behavior expert and counts a number of celebrities among her clients. Sharon has been featured on BBC, ITV, and Channel 5 TV Shows and has had a regular slot on BBC Radio since 2008 where she answers the listeners’ doggy dilemmas.
She's written three books, recorded three CDs, and produced four DVDs that include Dog Training Secrets for Amazing Results; Rescue Dog Training Made Easy; Puppy Training Made Easy; and How to Be a Dog Trainer.
Sharon has contributed to more than 50 local and national newspapers, magazines, TV, and radio stations that regularly call upon her expertise. She is also the co-author of 2 highly acclaimed books; 'Successful Women in Business and 'Every Entrepreneurs Guide: Running Your Own Business.'
Sharon addresses dog training with a positive outlook and mindset that never relies on shouting or hitting. Her holistic approach to dog training includes working with the dog owner and the canine, teaching them to work as a harmonious unit. Her unique techniques have been embraced by troubled dog owners nationwide.
She empowers and educates dog owners, teaching them to read and understand their canine's body language. A natural communicator, Sharon maintains a schedule of speaking engagements throughout the year to assist dog owners to eliminate their canine's unwanted actions and aggressive behaviors, tailoring presentations to accommodate her audience.
Sharon embarked on a self-development journey over 25 years ago due to a mysterious illness that affected her nervous system which made walking very difficult.
During her journey, she has been awarded diplomas in Nutrition and NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming), become an accredited Journey Practitioner and Reiki Master, and practiced Kinesiology and the Law of Attraction.
She had a thriving complementary therapy practice for over 10 years where she successfully worked with people with mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional problems and healed her nervous system to full working order.
Sharon has traveled extensively throughout the world including Australia, America, India, and Germany. She lives in England, with her husband and her rescue dog Denzil.