Leamington Dog Trainer Wins Internationally Recognized Award for Best Pet Training Services Online
A dog trainer from Leamington has received international recognition for the online service they provide.
Hannah Antrobus founded Pawsitively Pawsome Pups in 2017 and has since worked with dogs and their owners in Warwickshire, nationally and internationally in person but also via video call.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all of her clients have been brought online, it was during this time that she was recognized for her achievements in online animal training services by the remission team. of Central England Prestige awards.
The Prestige Awards celebrate businesses and individuals who regularly offer products and services to local residents.
The judges praised Hannah for her training approaches, as well as her personal accomplishments and impressive level of expertise.
Hannah combines her degree in criminology and human psychology with her knowledge and love of dogs to provide service to those seeking help.
She has also had extensive training in the field of complex dog training and behavior, including her qualification with the highly regarded Institute of Modern Dog Trainers, she has a passion for and helps dogs as well. as their owners, to live happily together.
She has also been dubbed the ‘Spaniel Guru’ for her in-depth knowledge of the breeds of Spaniels and Spaniel mixes, and leads not only one-on-one training sessions, but also online group courses for them. spaniel owners to help them understand their dog.
His approach to dog training uses a game-based ethic, which is fun for both owner and dog and strengthens the relationship and bond together.
Hannah works closely with clients nationally and internationally, using interactive live video settings to help train the dog and empower the owner in training so they can both live happily together.
She said: “To be recognized for this award, especially at a time when my training sessions had to be online due to the pandemic, is amazing.
“The industry I work in is extremely unregulated so it’s nice to be recognized for the effective, kind, fun and compassionate coaching techniques I use.
“It’s such an honor to have won and I couldn’t have done it without my clients. I truly regard their dogs as my own and love nothing more than helping people live happily with their dogs.
“I know how difficult being a dog owner can be sometimes, which is why I never judge my clients. I’m only here as a supportive person in their lives to help them take the necessary steps to achieve the change they want, no matter what breed or age their dog is.
Hannah found that online training worked as well as in person, and for her group classes it has more benefits as it means the dogs don’t distract each other.
She said: “As long as there is a good internet connection in many ways the online training is the same and it empowers my clients as they are the main physical trainer with their dog during the sessions. .
“The online sessions have also helped me reach international clients, I recently trained a spaniel who lived in Switzerland. I’m just happy with the technology because it means I can use my knowledge to help people all over the country and the world!
“I recently ran an online puppy class which sold out completely within 24 hours, the benefit of hosting the online class meant that the puppies weren’t distracting each other or picking up features behavior that we were trying to help.
“In fact, a lot of my clients prefer the online sessions because they can feel comfortable at home with a hot drink, which has certainly helped when the weather has been terrible.