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Happy New Year Pet Owners!

HAPPY NEW YEAR PET OWNERS!


AZ Pet Professionals want to thank all of the pet parents for using our website as the place to go to when hiring a pet professional they can trust!

We've had a tremendous year of meeting some very amazing clients, their fur families and taking care and loving their fur babies like our own!

Our Network of pet experts has grown comfortably with incredible pet experts and we are excited to venture into 2015 offering you the cream of the crop of pet professionals!

As promised to you, we will stay a comfortably sized network of providers so that you will have a to go to where you won't have to search through hundreds of unknown pet services to hire to care for your pets. In a large state such as ours it's easy for anyone to make their business look exceptional on the internet! But what is their company really like? Who are you really hiring?

What type of person is coming into your home to assist with dog training or a photo shoot?
What method of training are they going to introduce you to? Can this photographer be trusted in your home?

What boarding facility do you choose? What Pet Sitter do you hire? After the frightening News Stories this past year about boarding facilities you can BET that you need to choose carefully! Don't let your pets end up in irresponsible and possibly dangerous hands!

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Remember, each one of our pet experts has been invited to be part of our group because they've proven over and over again that their business is professional, loyal, dedicated, structured, and trusted.
We won't let just any pet business be part of our group. We promised to give you the best and that's what we will continue to do!

For the upcoming New Year we have invited several new, trusted and personally known pet services that we know you are going to love! Please check back soon and we'll unveil who those pet experts and what their businesses are!

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It is our wish to all of our amazing pet parents that you will have a Prosperous and Happy New Year!
We believe 2015 will surpass the success and happiness of 2014!

Thank you pet parents and Happy New Year!


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