The Just for Pets group of stores was saved from closure in 2017 by a huge investment in their stores. The stores were re-launched and given a fresh look following the recent coronavirus pandemic. Since then, they have opened two new Staffordshire stores and trained Hannah Molloy, of Channel 4’s Puppy School. The company also has a new puppy school. Read on for more information on the new branches of the brand.
Just for Pets Has Opened Two New Stores in Staffordshire
The pet retailer has recently opened two new stores in Staffordshire, one in Kingsmead Retail Park and the other in the town of Leek. These stores are set to be popular destinations for pet owners. Although Just for Pets is mainly known for its dog-related products, the company also caters to the needs of other pets. It welcomes pet owners in-store and offers free weighing scales, nutritional treats, and dog treats.
The company, which was saved from administration four years ago, has opened two new stores in Staffordshire. In Stafford, they have opened a 10,000-square-foot store in Kingsmead Retail Park and a 5,410-square-foot store in Evesham Shopping Park. Just for Pets recently appointed Carter Jonas to hunt for more stores. The company now has 19 branches and aims to open six more by 2022.
It Has Trained Hannah Molloy of Channel 4’s Puppy School
A highly-regarded animal behavior expert, author, and media-savvy speaker, Hannah Molloy is now the expert trainer for Channel Four’s Puppy School. She is also the Managing Director of Pawfect Dog sense CIC and founder of The Dog Education Project. Hannah completed a degree in animal behavior in 2008 and worked as a zookeeper before launching her education and training company, Pawfect Dog sense CIC.
Puppy School will feature three top trainers – Oli Juste, a pup trainer for the super-rich, Hannah Molloy, an ex-social worker Katie Patmore – who are experts in dog behavior. Each will help new puppy owners understand how to train their pups and improve their relationship with their owners. This new show will be filmed in Glasgow by independent production company Red Sky Productions, and executive produced by Jane Rogerson.
Katie Dawson has over 30 years of experience in dog training. She originally trained as a social worker, but soon realized her true passion was training animals. In 2015, she went on to study for an MA in Anthrozoology, the science of how humans and animals interact with each other. She has trained many celebrities, including Hannah Molloy and Mary Portas, and has also worked privately for several years.
The Just for Pets franchise opened in East Bridgford Garden Centre last month. Hannah Molloy, the host of Channel 4’s Puppy School, has worked with Just for Pets and trained its team to train dogs. She has trained over 10,000 dogs in the past decade and has a proven track record in this field. In the meantime, Hannah Molloy is also a trainer for Channel 4’s Puppy School program.
It Has a Puppy School
Puppies can learn a variety of skills in dog school, such as sitting and staying. They can also learn to recognize their name and other commands. These basic skills are essential for your puppy’s welfare and safety. Some classes also include advanced training and Canine Good Citizen certification. If you’re interested in enrolling your puppy in a puppy school, consider signing up for a private lesson or enrolling in a group class.
Puppy classes teach puppies to be confident and safe in new situations. Puppies are taught to play a bit, tolerate being handled, and leave things alone. They also learn when to chew, bark, and where to go potty. They also learn to sit, lie down, stand, and come when called. The American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior estimates that dogs are more likely to die before they’re three years old from behavioral problems than from infectious diseases.
A puppy class usually lasts for four to eight weeks, with the trainer focusing on two to three things each time. During these classes, the trainer will also give you training goals to work on at home between sessions. Puppy classes should be designed to give your puppy a good foundation for future training. Basic obedience, socialization, and house training tips should all be covered in a puppy class. The best classes also teach you how to communicate with your puppy.
Puppy school is an excellent way to socialize your puppy, improve your relationship with him, and train both of you at the same time. During these classes, professional trainers will conduct structured sessions to help new owners learn the proper training methods for their puppies. Puppy school classes provide an environment where you can learn about dog behavior and how to handle your pup properly. It is also beneficial for new owners. For more information, contact your veterinarian.
Although puppy school is not a guarantee for success, it can help your dog get used to new surroundings, meet other dogs, and keep them healthy. By the time they graduate from puppy school, your puppy will have the skills needed for success in life. You should continue training your puppy even after puppy school. Seek the advice of a certified reward-based trainer. You’ll be glad you did. There is no better place for your puppy than a professional!
In addition to helping your puppy to become more social, puppy classes also help pet parents bond. Many puppy classes encourage two pet parents to take turns training and handling each other’s puppies. These interactions improve the training skills of the pet parents and teach them how to socialize their puppies. It is estimated that an average puppy needs 100 different people, places, and animals in its first month. Puppy classes are the simplest way to contribute to socialization.