Sue Hawkins is dedicated to her career in the animal industry. Her reputation for honesty and integrity are world renowned. Teamwork is something she insists upon and her success is based on that fact.
So how did Hawksmoor become the name it is today?
In 1986 the Hawksmoor site was a derelict farmhouse. Gradually over the years this has expanded into boarding kennels and cattery, to grooming parlour, to hydrotherapy referral centre, to Hawksmoor Training Centre to Conference Room.
Where did the name come from?
Hawksmoor is the Kennel Club affix for her own Hawksmoor Golden Retrievers.
- Coventry & Warwickshire Business Woman of the Year 2000
- Champion Show Judge and Breeder
- Member of the Advisory Panel at Pet Care Trust
- Internal and Extermal Verifier in Animal Care
- Tutor for the Animal Care College in Diploma of Kennel Management
- Investors in People Award
Company aims and goals for the future?
As market leaders it is imperative Hawksmoor keep ahead of this new and exciting industry. In order to continue to maintain the high standard of on-going training, Hawksmoor continue to listen to feedback received from all delegates. With this in mind, and in order to further accommodate the needs of experienced hydrotherapists, veterinary surgeons and nurses.