Analyn Sandhu, B.S., CBCC-KA
Ana graduated from Ohio State University with a Bachelors’s degree in Zoology with a focus on animal science and human-animal interactions. During her time at OSU, Ana had the opportunity to work with many different animals, from farm animals to exotics. Bettering daily human and animal relationships and interactions are Ana’s biggest passion and goal in life. Dog training and working with animals in exotic sanctuaries are two areas she hopes to exploit these passions.
In addition to her education, Ana has been a dog trainer for over six years in both Connecticut and Ohio. During that time, Ana has grown into a confident and caring trainer who has the skill set necessary to help many different types of dog training cases. Her confidence in dog training and outgoing personality help make clients and their furry friends feel at ease.
As a fun fact, Ana once interned at a rescue tiger facility! While she was there, she was able to apply her knowledge of dog training to help train a tiger to be less aggressive at feeding time! This bettered the lives of both the keepers and the tiger. It is this kind of experience Ana prides herself on most.
Ana shares her home with her rescue kitties- Gnar, Bug-A-Boo, and Esme, and her sweet rescue pup, Athena! In her free time, Ana enjoys volunteering at wildlife and exotic sanctuaries, as well as hiking and exploring new restaurants!