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National Puppy Day March 23rd, 2012!



National Puppy Day is celebrated March 23rd, 2014!



Puppies are adorable, right? 
But what if you don’t know how to train a puppy properly and you end up with a monster? 
Do you need some help? 

Did you know that many puppies and dogs end up euthanized because they are un-trained? Such a tragedy because it’s so preventable! Instead of “Giving up” on your puppy, why not “Get some help?”


For much more in detail information and more tips on how to raise your new puppy, please seek the assistance of qualified professional dog trainers. Because you adopted this puppy and made a commitment to him/her that they would be a family member for the rest of their life, the investment is worth it, don’t you think?

Take a look at Our Professional dog trainers. Each one specializes in certain areas. Check each of their websites and then choose the one that best fits your needs. 

Don’t give up! Training is on it’s way!


Sheila Iyengar: 
Business website: (Under construction) you can see Sheila's dog Rescue website at: http://reservationrewardsanimalrescue.org/ or give her a call on her Business telephone: 480-776-4863












Carol Lynn Fox: 
Business website: www.Blue-RibbonK9.com
Business Email: BlueRibbonK9@cox.net
Business Telephone: 602-743-2460















Kathrine Breeden:  
 Business website: http://bekindtodogs.com
Contact: mobile:480-272-8816 
Office:  1-972-345-7955 




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