VetWebsites and Association of Pet Dog Trainers Announce Partnership to Offer Websites for Veterinarians and Online Resources for Pet Dog Trainers

VetWebsites and Association of Pet Dog Trainers Announce Partnership to Offer Websites for Veterinarians and Online Resources for Pet Dog Trainers












Boulder, CO (PRWEB) August 30, 2012

VetWebsites (http://www.VetWebsites.com?a_aid=8016&a_bid=f89868f5), the authority in delivering professional and effective websites and online solutions for veterinarians and pet professionals, today announced a partnership with the Association of Pet Dog Trainers http://www.apdt.com/. The new affiliation allows VetWebsites to offer an even greater selection of websites and internet marketing solutions for Veterinarians, and APDT customers will receive exclusive benefits and promotional offers.

“For Veterinarians and Pet Trainers, having an eye-catching website in this competitive market isn’t enough anymore. The most effective marketing is something that drives the right audience to your website, and with our Search Engine Optimization, that’s our specialty,” Kathleen Maloney, President of VetWebsites, explains. “And we love APDT because, through great education on their website and training programs, they really help pet owners and Veterinary Clinic Staff work with clients who have dogs that require socialization, training or assistance with behavior problems.”

VetWebsites specializes in creating websites that are engaging, professional, cost-effective, and extremely simple to maintain, and helps Veterinarians successfully market and manage their practice online. VetWebsites package (with no set-up fees or contracts) include everything that’s needed for a professional online presence, including Search Engine Optimization, integrated email, editing tools, credit card processing, online appointment notifications, and unlimited technical and customer support.

The Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) is a professional organization of individual trainers who are committed to becoming better trainers through education. The APDT offers individual pet dog trainers a respected and concerted voice in the dog world. We continue to promote professional trainers to the veterinary profession and to increase public awareness of dog friendly training techniques. APDT is hosting their annual conference October 17 – 21, 2012 in Northern Kentucky http://www.apdt.com/conf/

As an added benefit, APDT members will receive one month free when they sign up for VetWebsites services by entering the promotional code of “APDT”. Pet Dog Trainers can get started building their online presence today by visiting http://www.VetWebsites.com?a_aid=8016&a_bid=f89868f5.























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Local Dog Behavior Consultant Recognized by Peers at International Positive Dog Training Association Awards

Local Dog Behavior Consultant Recognized by Peers at International Positive Dog Training Association Awards










Cary, NC (PRWEB) December 12, 2005

Jennifer Shryock is the owner of Family Paws and creator of the highly endorsed program Dogs & Storks program for new & expecting families. Jennifer is a certified dog behavior consultant and expert in safety and the family dog. Mrs. Shryock strives to achieve excellence in dog behavior consulting by using the most modern and force free methods and techniques as well as staying active in ongoing education.

The International Positive Dog Training Association was founded by Norma Jeanne Laurette of Canine Communications Studies in Kitchener ON and Sherry Herla. The International Positive Dog Training Association is for dog-related professionals, dog owners and enthusiasts who are willing to take a stand for the use of only humane techniques in dog training and behavior modification. The purpose of the IPDTA is to dissect every tool and technique to agree on proper application and to establish the accepted standards for what is humane and what is abusive.

To recognize and encourage trainers who choose to use positive methods rather than force and fear to train dogs, the International Positive Dog Training Association sponsors an annual awards program for which voting is done by peers. Jennifer Shryock owner of Family Paws was awarded Writer of the Year for her program Dogs & Storks as well as for her contributions to the educational programs by Doggone Safe.

Jennifer Shryock is the United States Coordinator of Doggone Safe, a non-profit organization that promotes positive training and specifically clicker training as a safe way to train dogs, especially for children, to facilitate the development of a respectful and loving bond between the dog and family members. This all positive method uses the science of operant conditioning to teach dogs without force, punishment or correction. “Clicker training is hands down the best way to train a dog” said Teresa Lewin, animal behavior specialist and Vice President, Education and Development for Doggone Safe. “If everyone would train their dogs with clicker training from the day they bring them home as young puppies, we would see a lot fewer behavior problems and aggression as they grow into adults.”

Doggone Safe President Joan Orr said “we are very pleased to see so many of our members honoured this way by their peers and we are delighted that highly qualified and dedicated professionals such as Jennifer Shryock choose to join and promote Doggone Safe”. “We are grateful to Norma Jeanne Laurette of Canine Communications Studies for sharing her knowledge and teaching others how to apply the concepts of positive dog training and start a successful career in this rewarding field”.

For information about Doggone Safe educational products and programs please visit the Doggone Safe website at http://www.doggonesafe.com, call 1-877-350-3232.

For information about the International Positive Dog Training Association please visit http://www.ipdta.org/

For information about Family Paws please visit http://www.familypaws.com

Contact information:

Jennifer Shryock B.A. CDBC

919.961.1608

http://www.familypaws.com

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“What can a new homeowner do to fight a Home Owner’s Association against wood fences, what precedent’s?

Question by kwalkey: “What can a new homeowner do to fight a Home Owner’s Association against wood fences, what precedent’s?
“What can a new homeowner do to fight a Home Owner’s Association against wood fences, if the sales agent gave the buyer originally that the neighborhood was open to wood fences?”
Me and my wife were basically sold on the fact we could get a wood fence, for our two large dogs, and now we are being told we cannot. The sales agent told us we could when we decided to build the home? Any help?

Best answer:

Answer by Kakoii90
You probably have no recourse against either the agent or the homeowner’s association. You agreed to the rules when you bought the house and it was your responsibility to read and understand them before doing so.
You could possibly try to sue your agent for knowingly making false statements but it will be very hard to prove.
Why not get some kind of fence that your association will aprove of or an invisible fence?

What do you think? Answer below!

Doggone Safe Members Sweep International Positive Dog Training Association Awards

Doggone Safe Members Sweep International Positive Dog Training Association Awards










Campbellville, ON (PRWEB) December 9, 2005

Doggone Safe members were recognized with a total of 27 awards from the International Positive Dog Training Association/Canine Communication Studies in various categories including, dog training excellence, education and humane dog training. These awards are based on peer voting and Doggone Safe is very proud of all its members and their accomplishments and dedication to the promotion of positive dog training.

Doggone Safe is a non-profit organization incorporated in the US and Canada and is dedicated to dog bite prevention education and victim support. The coroner’s jury inquest into Courtney Trempe’s death by a dog attack made numerous recommendations regarding public education, none of which have been implemented. Doggone Safe was formed with the mandate to facilitate implementation of the education based recommendations of the Trempe inquest jury.

Doggone Safe promotes positive training and specifically clicker training as a safe way to train dogs, especially for children, to facilitate the development of a respectful and loving bond between the dog and family members. This all positive method uses the science of operant conditioning to teach dogs without force, punishment or correction. “Clicker training is hands down the best way to train a dog,” said Teresa Lewin, animal behavior specialist and Vice President, Education and Development for Doggone Safe. “If everyone would train their dogs with clicker training from the day they bring them home as young puppies, we would see a lot fewer behaviour problems and aggression as they grow into adults”.

The International Positive Dog Training Association was founded by Norma Jeanne Laurette of Canine Communication Studies and Sherry Herla. The International Positive Dog Training Association is for dog-related professionals dog owners and enthusiasts who are willing to take a stand for the use of only humane techniques in dog training and behaviour modification. The purpose of the IPDTA is to dissect every tool and technique to agree on proper application and to establish the accepted standards for what is humane and what is abusive.

To recognize and encourage trainers who choose to use positive methods rather than force and fear to train dogs, the International Positive Dog Training Association sponsors an annual awards program. Nominations and voting is done by peers and Doggone Safe is very proud to announce that the following members were recognized for their accomplishments:

Carrie Cleghorn of Guiding Paws: Dog/Dog Aggression Rehabilitation Award, Dog Training Excellence Award, Humane Dog Training Award    

Catharine Gastmeier: Outstanding CCS Student Award, Humane Dog Training Award

Charlie and Janice White of Better Dog Training: Customer Service Award, Dog Training Excellence Award, Dog Trainer of the Year Award, Humane Dog Training Award

Jennifer Reed of Leader of the Pack Dog Training: Customer Service Award, Personal Sacrifices Award, Best Dog-Related Website, Dog Training Excellence Award, Dog Trainer of the Year, Humane Dog Training Award    

Jennifer Shryock of Family Paws and Doggone Safe: Writer of the Year

Joan Orr and Teresa Lewin of Milton K9 Obedience and Doggone Safe: Humane Dog Training Award, Writer of the Year, Innovation Award (for Doggone Crazy! board game), Society Education Award    

Joan Orr, Teresa Lewin, Anne Wormald and Jennifer Wormald: Innovation Award(for Clicker Puppy DVD)    

Kelly Dearlove of On Golden Paws: Courage of Convictions Award, Dog Training Excellence Award, Dog Trainer of the Year, Humane Dog Training Award    

Shannon Brennan: Humane Dog Training Award

Teresa Lewin of Milton K9 Obedience: Humane Dog Training Award

Doggone Safe president Joan Orr said “we are very pleased to see so many of our members honoured this way by their peers and we are delighted that highly qualified and dedicated professionals such as these choose to join and promote Doggone Safe”.

For general information please visit the Doggone Safe website at http://www.doggonesafe.com, call 1-877-350-3232 or email [email protected]

For information about clicker training visit. http://www.clickertraining.com

About Doggone Safe

Doggone Safe is a non-profit corporation registered in Canada, Ontario and New York State with offices in Canada the US and Australia. Doggone Safe’s mandate includes dog bite prevention education and dog bite victim support. Educational seminar programs offered by Doggone Safe are Be a Tree™ (for school-aged children), Be Doggone Smart at Home™ (for parents), Be Doggone Smart with Your New Baby™ (for expectant parents) and Be Doggone Smart at Work™ (for workers who come into contact with dogs on the job).

Contact Information:

Joan Orr

Doggone Safe

800-350-3232

[email protected]

http://www.doggonesafe.com

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