A woman's business aimed at raising awareness of anxious and reactive dogs has been nominated for a national award.

My Anxious Dog, set up by Sarah Jones in 2012, is best known for its #dogsinyellow day on March 20 aimed at raising awareness of dogs who need a bit more space due to various reasons.

The company has been nominated for a PIF award (Pet Industry Federation) and will be finding out on Thursday, 9 November whether it has won.

Sarah from Binfield said she is "thrilled" to be a finalist in the Marketing Campaign of the Year category.

The company was born through Sarah's first hand experience having an anxious dog fearful of strangers and other dogs.

She said: "This recognition among industry leaders is truly heart-warming."

"The awards offer the ultimate platform to recognise and celebrate excellence within the pet industry.

"From the dedicated dog walker of the year to the most sustainable business of the year, these awards highlight the exceptional talent and diversity that drive our industry forward.

"The Awards showcase the remarkable individuals and businesses who uphold the highest standards of quality."