Business inspired by pet
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An animal lover from Nailsea has started running dog training classes.
Louise Perry, aged 44, was inspired by her dog Reuben to return to her early career aspirations.
Louise is currently a support worker for adults and children with learning difficulties, but in her spare time she studied for an access course at Weston College before graduating from university with a degree in animal behaviour and welfare.
She has now set up her own franchise - Mutleys Dog Training and is running puppy classes for dogs under 18 weeks and beginner sessions for pets over 18 weeks and rescue dogs.
She also carries out one-to-one consultations and training.
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To find out more about the classes visit www.mutleysdogtraining.co.uk
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