Ann Draznin was born and raised in Colorado, and has always had a love and passion for animals. In 2007, Ann got her certification as a dog trainer from Animal Behavior College, in Santa Clarita, California.
Ann uses positive reinforcement techniques with both cats and dogs and works on an individual basis to train them. Her skills are applicable to a number of problem pet behaviors, and also assists in developing better relationships with your pets in general.
Ann volunteers at Rocky Mountain Feline Society, a naturalistic and humane cat rescue, that has given her many skills in cat training and development, from learning to modify litter box training issues, to aggressive behavior, and other negative traits. In Ann's time as a volunteer, she has learned to train cats to sit as well as other tricks. She has also learned that cats respond well training and that the interaction between owners and their pets improve. Many cats can be reclusive and afraid of people, and Ann’s assistance brings a means to having a happy and social feline.
Ann is an Animal Behavior Certified Dog Trainer and has been practicing basic obedience as well as targeted behavior modification training with pets since 2007.
In order to efficiently serve her animal friends and their owners, Ann limits her clients to the area around her home office, which includes:
For services outside of these areas Ann will be glad to bring you a professional recommendation.