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Be Kind To Dogs- Featured Pet Expert~ Kathrine Breeden- Professional Force-FreeDog Trainer

Introducing Kathrine Breeden! A Force Free professional dog trainer Licensed by Victoria Stilwell of the (Animal Planet TV show “It’s Me Or The Dog”)
We are so excited and honored that Kathrine is an Az Pet Professional! 

Knowing Kathrine personally has been very rewarding! Not only is she a superb human being with such love and compassion for dogs, she is also pretty great to their humans as well! 
So without further ado...... read some more here about this outstanding, trusted pet expert! 

ABOUT: Kathrine is a Supporting Member of International Association Animal Behavior Consultants and a Full Member of Association of Pet Dog Trainers– Canine Behavior Consultants. She is a life-long animal lover and Force Free Trainer who came from UK to USA in 1999.

Kathrine provides in-home professional services where she meets clients by appointment at their homes and other locations as needed. Her training programs are flexible and affordable and always designed to accommodate the client’s individual unique situation.

Her clients represent a true cross-section of society including high profile sports figures, busy families, singles, veterans, senior citizens and professionals. Confidentiality & privacy is assured.

Kathrine is a dedicated volunteer for various rescue groups in the East Valley and donates countless hours by way of free training sessions and educational seminars.
She is Certified by United Animal Nations Emergency Animal Rescue Service and is an active protestor against puppy mills and circuses amongst other causes.

Katrine shares her home with her understanding husband and rescued dogs Bilo and Pinky!

Kathrine became educated, trained and certified in Pet CPR and First Aid this past summer! She understands the responsibility that comes with working with other peoples pets and wants to be prepared to spring into action should an accident, injury or emergency happen!
Kathrine is also highly recommended by Valley Veterinarians!

Thank you Kathrine for being such an important, responsible and incredible Az Pet Professional! 

Business Website:
Business Telephone: 480-272-8816 or 1-972-345-7955 

Now accepting all Major Credit cards and Debit cards!

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