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Does Your Dog Wear the Pants? Happy Paws K-9 Academy Offers New Approach to Dog Training

Does Your Dog Wear the Pants? Happy Paws K-9 Academy Offers New Approach to Dog Training











The answer to all your canine problems!


Maplecrest, NY (PRWEB) September 22, 2010

Happy Paws K-9 Academy, known for its unique communication-oriented approach to dog training, (http://www.happypawsk9academy.com) has opened a new location in the Catskills in Maplecrest, New York (the Hunter/Windham ski area).

Their philosophy is that training a dog is not just about the dog. Rather, in their approach to good canine behavior, they not only teach the dog what is acceptable and not acceptable behavior, but they also teach the humans how their dog perceives what they are saying or doing. They will show you how to modify your behavior to get the results you desire.

According to Head Trainer Lorraine Siena Reid (http://www.happypawsk9academy.com/AboutUs.aspx ), there are many things that affect your dog’s perception such as your body posture, timing, the tone of your voice, and your attitude – just to name a few. For that reason, Siena Reid uses lots of affection and praise in her training techniques.

But unlike most dog training firms, Happy Paws K-9 Academy does not believe one method of training fits all. Rather, they use a combination of methods that best fit the needs of your dog.

Does your dog just need some house manners or has that lovable four-legged pooch traded his halo for horns? Has that cuddly lovable animal you first brought home turned into Cujo overnight? Have you been asked to leave other obedience classes? Have other trainers told you your dog is hopeless and should be put down? Happy Paws K-9 Academy has had successful results with a vast array of dog problems.

Whether you need simple house manners, confidence building to overcome fear, or have a major aggression issue, they are there to help you. The firm also specializes in off-leash control, which Siena Reid notes “comes in very handy while hiking or biking in the woods.”

“The more issues we can help you combat, the better it looks for us,” adds Siena Reid.

Happy Paws K-9 Academy offers a free private in-home consultation to discuss the needs of your dog – and they do not believe in high-pressure sales tactics. “The only thing you’ve got to lose is your dog’s bad behavior,” says Siena Reid.

Lorraine Siena Reid is also available to speak with the media about a variety of dog training methodologies and behavior questions.

For more information visit http://www.happypawsk9academy.com, e-mail info(at)happypawsk9academy(dot)com or call (516) 483-0579 (weekdays) or (518) 734-5435 (weekends).

Contact:

Lorraine Siena Reid

Happy Paws K-9 Academy

(516) 483-0579 (weekdays)

(518) 734-5435 (weekends)

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Petwebdesigner.com Announces Winner of 1st Annual ‘Dog/Owner Lookalike’ Contest

Petwebdesigner.com Announces Winner of 1st Annual ‘Dog/Owner Lookalike’ Contest













East Meadow, NY (PRWEB) September 15, 2010

Petwebdesigner.com, the world’s largest designer of pet web sites, has announced the winner of its 1st Annual Dog/Owner Lookalike contest for 2010. The top entries were featured on a new video, following on the heels of it’s already successful “Dogs Who Look Like Their Owners” YouTube video, which has generated almost 1 Million views since its launch.

The winner for 2010 was Bobbi and Euri of Houston, Texas. They won $ 100 in cash and a custom designed website by Petwebdesigner.com.

“America has a special bond with their pets, proven by the worldwide buzz generated by our first video,” said Michael Ayalon, founder of Petwebdesigner.com. “We are so glad to continue the tradition in 2010 and create a new set of pet lookalikes on video for people to watch and share with their friends, families, and co-workers. It’s sure to put a smile on anyone’s face!”

Photo entries were judged based on the facial resemblance between an owner and his/her dogs, and the photo’s appeal to worldwide audience. Entries were judged by a professional pet photographer.

All new participants for 2011 can enter online at http://www.petwebdesigner.com/contest

First Place Prize: The top-featured photo in a new YouTube video, launched on October 1, 2011; a free custom designed web site by Petwebdesigner.com ($ 399 value); and $ 100 Cash

19 Runners-up Prizes: Photo featured in a new YouTube video, launched on October 1, 2011.

Winners will be announced on October 1, 2011.

ABOUT PETWEBDESIGNER.COM

Petwebdesigner.com is the world’s largest designer of pet websites. The company has designed and created affordable and effective pet websites for thousands of pet businesses since 2002. Their “Dogs Who Look Like Their Owners” video became an Internet sensation virtually overnight when it was launched in 2007, and still generates over 1,000 unique views per day. Viewers can follow Petwebdesigner.com on Twitter at http://twitter.com/petwebdesigner; and on Facebook, at: http://www.facebook.com/petwebdesignerDOTcom

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