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2012-10-26 04:01:14

Most animal training tools used in the past inflicted pain to loved pets, but inflicting pain does not have to be the only means by which to obtain an obedient dog anymore. PeakSportDogTraining.com has grown from the knowledge that every animal is different, as is every owner, and provides a variety of remote dog training equipment to accommodate the needs of any family. Billings, Montana (PRWEB) October 25, 2012 PeakSportDogTraining.com is now offering high quality name brand products,...

2012-07-09 23:02:37

Pet Insurance Brand Shares Polling Data from Various New York Neighborhood Dog Parks New York, NY (PRWEB) July 09, 2012 Protect Your Bubble, a U.S. insurance brand that provides pet insurance for dogs and cats, today shared insight into the behavior trends and demographics of the New York dog owner. The company surveyed 66 dog owners at various dog park locations in New York City, including the Lower East Side, Financial District, Madison Square Park, Upper East Side, Upper West Side, and...

2012-05-21 23:00:11

The popular Tucson dog trainer, Gerard Raneri, of Bark Busters, has released a new series of tips for dog owners designed to curb dog aggression for dog park safety. Dog aggression is on the rise, according to the trainer, and the tips are intended to ensure dog owners have a safe trip to local dog parks. Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) May 21, 2012 With spring in bloom and summer well on its way, Gerard Raneri, dog behavior specialist with Bark Busters Tucson, has released a guide helping dog owners...


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