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Care and Training                                       | April DuPlantier, COME, SIT, STAY K-9 TRAINING Buckeye AZ
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Dear Friends,
 Unfortunately this business has closed due to health reasons.  Thanks for stopping by. 
 
FOR DOG TRAINING IN SURPRISE, BUCKEYE AND THE NORTHWEST PHOENIX VALLEY, CALL
COME, SIT, STAY K-9 TRAINING LLC .
602-842-3800

 DID YOU KNOW?  
Being sure your pet has a collar with tags identifying his name, address and contact phone numbers is important, even if he never sets foot out of the house.  Think about calamities that occur without warning such as floods or fires.  Your pet can become lost with no way to get back to you.  But ALSO IMPORTANT, having your pet microchipped greatly improves his chances of getting back to you in the event his collar is lost or broken. However, did you know that unless you actually REGISTER the microchip with the company that manufactured it, as well as your current vet, the microchip is useless?  Furthermore, you must renew your registration yearly.
 
 
SHOULD YOU ADOPT A SHELTER DOG OR PURCHASE A PUREBRED? 
There is an over-burgeoning supply of pets needing good homes. Instead of purchasing a new puppy, I urge you to consider adopting. It is just as easy to love an older dog as a puppy and they are usually easier to train and ever-so-grateful for your love. Come, Sit, Stay K-9 Training offers training discounts to those who adopt a shelter dog.
 
FOOD FOR THOUGHT:   SHOULD YOU GET A PUPPY? 
 
Before you run out to buy or adopt a puppy, please consider the following;  There is a good reason baby raising was left to the young!  Having a new puppy is like having a new baby!  If you are not up to midnight forays to the yard to let the puppy out in all kinds of weather, listening to persistent whining, are too old or too tired to bend over a lot to clean up messes, take stuff out of the dogs mouth, don't want to risk having your furniture or yard destroyed by digging or chewing, you are retired and want to travel unencumbered, can't afford a pet sitter or trainer, or if you have no one in your life to willingly take your dog and care for it if anything happens to you, PLEASE DO NOT GET A PUPPY!!!!!!!  I can't tell you how many puppies end up in the pound due to many of the above circumstances.  My goal is to keep dogs out of the pound and I cannot stress it strongly enough:   Think hard before getting a puppy.
 
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