Junior Animal Trainer Program
Positively Pets is a private online club where 8-18 year olds and their families can feel totally safe, have fun, and learn important life skills.
This isn't just a course - it is a virtual community learning experience. Alongside other youth with the same passions and interests kids learn
- how to train fun and useful tricks to their pets
- to stay safe around different animals
- how to care for different types of pets
- how to read and respond to animal body language
- the importance of respect and compassion for our animal friends
- and MUCH more
Above all, we are passionate about making learning fun for ALL species!
Doors to this special community open several times per year, to allow groups of new members to join together.
MEET THE TEAM
Hi! I'm Bex and I'm a lifelong animal lover and experienced trainer of humans and animals.
I teach people from all over the world how to train and care for their animals in kind and gentle ways.
I am super passionate about training in a way that is fun for both the animal learners and the human trainer.
Kindness first, always! (Explore my website through the menu bar to learn more about me).
Emilyn is 16 years old and lives in New Zealand. She has a horse, a budgie, lizards, chickens, dog, cat, and more. Whatever the species, she trains it! Em has a depth of knowledge about lots of different species, and her patience and dedication mean she gets great results with gaining the trust of shy or nervous pets. She wants to be a vet.
Brianna is 17 years old and lives in Ontario, Canada. She has horses, a dog, and two rabbits and all her animals have an impressive list of tricks. She is an articulate writer and a talented trainer, and she wants to be a positive reinforcement horse trainer when she's older.
Paige is 16 years old and lives in Tauranga, New Zealand. Paige loves to train her horse Zarro and her dog Molly. Paige is an experienced youth leader and her warmth and kindness always brings shy or anxious kids out of their shells. She wants to work with children when she leaves school.