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Learn How to Train a Dog Using Pet Kept Secrets

September 17, 2013

Pet Kept Secrets is a social network for pets and pet related businesses. The website is currently in beta; however, many of the features are still usable including the training videos that teach users how to train their dogs.

Durham, NC (PRWEB) September 17, 2013

Learning how to train a new pet can be a tough feat, especially with limited experience. Pet Kept Secrets (PKS) has several features that can help users with house training a dog. After a visitor signs up for a free membership, there are more options available to help with training. A great visual option offered by PKS is a series of professional training videos.

Each training video is professionally filmed and edited in order to bring the most value to the users of PKS. As a user, simply log into the PKS website and click on the “Training Videos” tab to browse through the videos. As PKS further develops, and leaves the current beta stage, there will be additional videos added. Have an idea for a video? Sign up for PKS and submit your feedback. In addition to the training videos, PKS has several other great features that can help users find local and recommended veterinarians, read helpful articles on our blog written by pet professionals, and more. Whether a user wants to adopt a pet or go to a professional breeder, PKS can help them locate and train their new pet. In addition to these great features, users have the ability to connect with other users, and through these connections can enhance the pet training experience.

Developing a network of friends will help each user extend their knowledge of tips, tricks, and best practices for training their pet. Any user looking for advice from connections can seek advice from private messages, public messages, and even creating a group for more specific interests. Start a training club for pets at a highly recommended local dog park and get others involved. Sign up today and try it– user feedback is welcomed.

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