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If any of you have ever used one of our pet experts and loved them, we would LOVE for you to write a positive review on one of the sites listed below.
If you have found our website to be educational, fun or beneficial to you and your pets, we'd love to hear about it!  We appreciate your time and effort!
If you've been to our Face book page and liked the information about our pet experts and other informative material, please feel free to add those comments as well! If you aren't yet our Face book friend and would like to be, feel free to click the large FB Icon to the right or click here : www.facebook.com/azpetprofessionals. Thank you!


GOOGLE
www.google.com   In the Search Box once at Google's home page, just type in Az Pet Professionals and we will show up! To the right of the page you can "Write a Review" so if you've ever used any member and love them, please tell the world about them! Thanks pet parents!
 
HOW TO: http://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Review-on-Google-Places

Some obvious places to look for your small business reviews are social sites like Facebook, Twitter and Yelp.com, and Google Maps, Bing, Yahoo Local, City Search and Local.com.

Below are a dozen more places where your business or products might be getting reviewed.

InsiderPages.com  Mainly focused on rating those in the medical and health care field. Insider Pages also features reviews on restaurants, beauty and home & garden.

MerchantCircle.com  MerchantCircle focuses on promoting businesses by using online user reviews via a pseudo paid advertising system. Businesses can create their own local coupon book.

JudysBook.com  Judy's Book provides review guides to users, such as "Top 10 Auto Mechanics" and so on. Businesses can create their accounts and get help with promotion and SEO.

AngiesList.com 

Angie's List is a paid service for consumers to get certified, unbiased reviews of local businesses. It is a large and trusted network, claiming more than one million members.

Thank You! We appreciate your referrals sooooo much! You are fantastic pet friends!

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Gorgeous "German Shepherd"
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