Whitchurch: Woman named Dog Trainer of the Year at awards show
A WHITCHURCH dog trainer has been named the best in the industry at the Pet Product and Services Awards.
Rachel Rodgers is the owner of Nose to Tail, a pet behavior services company, and was named Best Dog Trainer and Behaviorist of the Year by LUXlife magazine at the event held on Saturday June 11.
Nose To Trail supports dogs with behavioral issues such as separation, anxiety and aggression and offers online scent work courses which have been popular and taken by people from Sweden and the Netherlands. -Down.
Rachel said she thinks online classes are good for dogs.
She explained: “Scent work is a rapidly growing part of the canine industry.
“By hosting my online classes for small groups and individuals, owners can attend to their other commitments without having to travel to a location.
“It also allows dogs of any age, breed or temperament to participate, which many of my clients appreciate because their dog may bark if they come face to face with unfamiliar dogs and people in an unfamiliar location.
“We have all the fun without any worries.”
Rachel has already won other awards including Dog Trainer of the Year 2020-2022 from the North England Prestige Awards and Clinical Animal Behaviorist of the Year 2021 from the Small Business Awards.
She also won Dog Trainer and Behaviorist of the year in 2018 and was recently nominated for the National Animal Star Awards.
Awards Coordinator Emma Pridmore congratulated the winners.
She added, “It was a pleasure to engage and let everyone listed here know that their hard-earned accomplishments have been recognized.
“It is a pleasure for me to be able to offer you my most sincere congratulations and best wishes for the rest of the year.”
You can find out more about Nose To Trail by visiting www.nosetotrail.co.uk, calling 07506059019 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org