Become a Certified Pet Boarder!10 hours of Online learning + 5 days of hands on Training
About this experience
If you want to learn more about boarding pet and also get trained and certified before launching your own Pet Boarding facility, we have just the right course on offer at our Pet Academy, Anvis Learning & Pet Handling Academy (A.L.P.H.A)
This consists of 10 hours of online learning and then followed by 5 days of hands on practical training at our Pet Centre where you will be taught everything starting from checking in a pet, to documentation, updates to pet parents, food and mental stimulation for dogs during their stay with you.
Your teachers are certified canine behaviourists and have been associated with pets and dogs for the last 11+ years professionally and many years before that as Pet Parents.
Anand Vishwanath, a Telecom Engineer, had taken a sabbatical in 2010 from his corporate life of 12+ years and started walking Dogs as an informal service, giving him the satisfaction of doing ‘something he was passionate about’. It was an extremely personalised service, where he himself would walk the dogs - sometimes covering over 100+ kms in a day to walk one, maybe 2 dogs! Demand surpassed supply, one thing led to another and Anand, after a bit of research on survival and sustainability, quit his corporate job for good and Anvis Inc. was born!
Although Anand had been associated with dogs (of various sizes, breeds and personalities) for over 10 decades in various spaces – Training, Behaviour modification, breeding, participating in various dog competitions, counselling pet parents etc., he realised the need to get formally trained under someone more experienced. Subsequently, he got certified as a behaviourist under the very experienced John Rogerson of ‘Northern Centre for Canine Behaviour, UK’.
Over the years, Anand has become one of the foremost pet experts in India, featuring in many Indian and International media articles and publications including BBC.
Currently Anand is owned by 4 ‘Anvis Mascots’ who live at the Pet Centre. Read more about Anand’s and Anvis’ story here.