MORE APRIL 2014 NEWSLETTER
Hello! Welcome to the Followup to our April Newsletter.
I hope you enjoy it.
We hit 1,000 likes today!!
Following up our announcement from the last newsletter…
Win a free one-on-one session with The Pooch Coach!
Lastly, April 1st is The Pooch Coach’s 11 year Anniversary! (Yes, the date was chosen to be funny 🙂 ). In honor of this, we’re giving away a free training session* to one lucky dog! Have a friend or dog in need? All you have to do is get the most friends to “like” our Facebook page. We currently have over 825 likes, and we want to get to 1,000! Simply invite your friends to like SF Dog Connect by The Pooch Coach, and let us know your list of successes by Monday April 7th at 5pm. The person with the most new friend likes gets a free 1 hour session* with The Pooch Coach to get help with whatever issues they are having.
We’re still waiting to hear from everyone who asked their friends to “like” our page.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you think you’re in the running for the prize! You have until noon Wednesday 4/9 to send in your list.
*Restrictions: The 60 min session is for 1 dog and up to 2 people. It will be held at The Pooch Coach Headquarters in San Francisco at a mutually agreed upon time and completed by July 31st, 2014.
Our April 12th Meetup is FULL! If you missed signing up for this one, please sign up for our next Meetup on May 17th:
Saturday, May 17th @ 12 noon.
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The Pooch Coach, SF Bay Area Dog Training and Behavior Modification
Any Dog. Any Problem.
Beverly provides private and personalized empathic dog training and behavior problem solving. In addition to her private behavior training practice where she’s worked with over 3,000 dogs, Beverly also formally evaluates and temperament tests dogs for shelters and rescue groups as well as for dog-bite cases and hearings.