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Amy de Benedicts Offers Presentation on “Reading The Family Dog”

Original post made by Paul de Benedictis on Dec 4, 2009

This free, one-hour presentation on 'The Family Dog' is directed towards pet dog owners, families, and anyone of the general public interested in dogs — and understanding when a dog is relaxed and happy, signals of stress, and basic canine body language. Kids are welcome too, but please leave your dog at home.

WHEN AND WHERE:

Portola Valley Town Center
Sunday December 13, 2009
11am - to - 12 noon
In the 'ALDER ROOM'

(650) 851-1700
765 Portola Road, Portola Valley, CA 94028
Web Link

About Amy de Benedictis
Amy de Benedictis, a resident of the Willows area of Menlo Park for nearly 20 years, is well known in the area as the Puppy Lady, specializing in puppy training. She is a member of APDT, the Association of Pet Dog Trainers. Amy offers private dog training lessons, for any age of dog, by appointment in the Mid Peninsula area. Amy feels it is important to socialize young puppies, and for dog owners to continue training into the adult years of a dog's life. Amy shows the dog owner techniques at their own home that they can use for ongoing training. This enables the dog owner to use what they have learned in any environment. Please contact Amy de Benedictis at (650)-255-5969, or email her at puppylady@pacbell.net or visit her website at: Web Link

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