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All of our Tutors are current working professionals, handpicked for their own professional success and their ability to pass on what they know. You work hand-in-hand with your Tutor throughout the entire course.


You do not need to have previously bred, trained, groomed or worked in the pet care industry to successfully complete the course. Your Tutor will only ask that you have enthusiasm and dedication for a truly fascinating subject.


Please regard your relationship with your Tutor as a "partnership." It's your Tutor's job to assess your assignments, develop your skills and work with you every step of the way. Within a short time you will have the knowledge and skills required to provide the level of professional care required by dog owners in your community.


At all times throughout the course you will have regular interaction with your Tutor to develop, especially as you evaluate your own strengths and interests and work towards starting your own business. If you are planning to search for outside employment first and start your business gradually on the side, your Tutor will also help you develop a strategy and identify your best avenues for success.


This one-on-one association with a professional who has been specially chosen to help you achieve your career objectives is one of the great benefits of this course!


Why are these professionals successful? Because they know how to go about it! And don't forget, every successful dog professional was once a complete beginner. There is no need to feel overwhelmed with the prospect of running your own dog business. Even a dozen or two regular clients can provide you with a significant side-line income. As a working professional, your Tutor understands how to develop a regular clientele and expand into new markets.


At the outset, it is important to understand that this course is not simply about the theory of dog care and training. It's also about being able to successfully market and, most importantly, get paid for your professional services.


With the hundreds (or even thousands) of canine companions living in your city, why not make the switch into an exciting and financially rewarding career?





We are proud of our dedicated Tutors! It is their hard work and dedication that makes everything possible for our students. Next time you get the chance, make sure you let your Tutor know how much you appreciate him/her.



Becky Strong


Born with a passion for dogs, Becky is now a professional dog trainer/groomer of over 4 years and also has spent almost as many years showing Jack Russell Terriers. She has also worked for the SPCA and been a volunteer with dog rescues.


Julie enjoys walking with her two Jack Russells, Paivy and Bella, cycling, weight lifting and geocaching.

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One of the most important aspects of the Course is helping you make money doing what you enjoy. A professionally designed logo and website for your new business is one of the first steps to being able to attract new clients.

You are also provided with various forms and unique marketing pieces (using your new logo) to give you a range of options to promote the services you offer.