Camilla Gray-Nelson Receives 12th Annual Women in Business Award for Entrepreneurship

Camilla Gray-Nelson Receives 12th Annual Women in Business Award for Entrepreneurship














Rohnert Park, CA (PRWEB) June 29, 2012

During a gala event feting female leaders, innovators and visionaries, Camilla Gray-Nelson, President of Dairydell Inc., received The North Bay Business Journal’s 2012 Women in Business Award in the category of Entrepreneurship. The event which took place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sonoma Wine Country in Rohnert Park was themed to recognize the 40th anniversary of Title IX, the groundbreaking federal law on women’s sports.

“To receive this award is an incredible honor. To receive it in a year celebrating the advances provided to women via Title IX is even more meaningful. At the core of my business ventures is a desire to empower women and this award will serve to motivate me to continue this work” said Gray-Nelson.

2012 has been a banner year for Gray-Nelson. In March, she released the best-selling book “Lipstick and The Leash: Dog Training a Woman’s Way” and soon followed with the debut of her Dog Talk Diva line of products. Although the book and product line were specifically created to help women in the training and management of the family dog, Gray-Nelson readily acknowledges that she sees dog training as a metaphor for life. “I am truly passionate about sharing the secrets of quiet control and natural leadership that can help women achieve greater levels of success in all aspects of their lives.”

Gray-Nelson is the author of the first dog blog for women “Dog Talk Diva” and is an in demand media personality.

Her latest venture is an educational seminar on canine body language entitled “What is my Dog Saying?” scheduled for July 8th at Dairydell Canine in Petaluma, CA. For more information on attending please call (707) 762-6111 or visit:http://www.dairydell.com.

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About Camilla Gray-Nelson:

Camilla Gray-Nelson known also as the Dog Talk Diva® has over 20 years of experience training dogs and their people. She owns and operates the Dairydell Doggie Dude Ranch and Training Center in Petaluma, California and is the author of the best-selling “Lipstick and The Leash: Dog Training a Woman’s Way.” When not training or writing about dogs, Camilla can be found with her husband Kurt and the numerous animals that reside on their Dairydell Ranch in the heart of beautiful Sonoma wine country.

Dog Talk Diva is a subsidiary of Dairydell Inc.

For more information visit: http://www.dairydell.com











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Trainer and Behaviorist Sharon Mear, whose Manhattan-based practice is Training Cats and Dogs, is teaching two new series of focused Group Classes in Obedience Training for Dogs and Their People at the McBurney YMCA (125 West 14th Street, between Fifth and Sixth Avenues). The classes will be held on five consecutive Thursday evenings starting January 12th.

The classes at the Y are divided into two categories: (1) a series for small dogs* from 6:30-7:30PM and (2) a series for medium and larger dogs from 7:45-8:45PM. Both courses consist of five classes and either one costs $ 275.00. Classes are strictly limited in size and are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. (*Note: for this series small dogs are those whose weight is 25 lbs. or less.)

Designed for dogs with little or no prior training, the group classes at the Y are also good for those who may need a “refresher” in good behavior training. Ms. Mear will address issues including pulling on the leash, barking at dogs and people, jumping up inappropriately when excited and other problem behaviors. Classes are kept small in size so that all participants receive the attention they need. Unlike a practice common among other popular trainers, Ms. Mear instructs the classes herself.

To sign up for the Group Classes in Obedience Training for Dogs and their People at the McBurney YMCA, contact Training Cats and Dogs at 212-727-2871 or info[AT]trainingcatsandogs.com. For more information about her techniques and training services check the company website: http://www.trainingcatsandogs.com.    

About Sharon Mear and Training Cats and Dogs

Recommended by a long list of veterinarians throughout Manhattan, Sharon Mear bases her training, both for groups and in private session, upon a variety of positive reinforcement techniques as well as her own experiences developed from working with animals and the people with whom they live. “My aim is to help people become effective at interactions with their dogs. Many times even with the best intentions, clients don’t see how they are unconsciously adding to their dog’s anxiety or confusion. I actually coach people – and then they become the expert trainers!” Though based in Chelsea, Ms. Mear has clients throughout Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn.

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