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Help for Animal Shelters, One Click at a Time

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Redondo Beach, CA (PRWEB) March 4, 2006 -- Karen Pryor Clickertraining (KPCT), organizer of ClickerExpo, the highly acclaimed educational conference specifically for animal professionals and pet owners, and 1-800-Save-A-Pet.com, North America's largest nonprofit online pet adoption service, have teamed up to help more pet owners and shelter professionals learn new skills for successful pet adoptions. How? KPCT and 1-800-Save-A-Pet.com are going to pay partner shelters $25 for each individual that attends ClickerExpo in Newport, RI March 31-April 2, 2006!

"Attending ClickerExpo is a perfect way for adopters and shelter managers to learn how to develop a deep, meaningful relationship with their pets, and to manage behavior problems without resorting to any kind of punishment. Training saves lives, which fits in perfectly with our mission statement. We think it's so important for shelter staff, volunteers, and adoptive pet owners to go, we're providing an incentive payment of $25," said Abbie Moore, executive director of 1-800-Save-A-Pet.com.

Read the entire release here: Help for Animal Shelters, One Click at a Time

ClickerExpo

Thank you for your interest in ClickerExpo.  We just wrapped up our 2010 conference and will be announcing dates and locations for 2011 in the next few months.  You can learn more at www.clickerexpo.com.  Stay tuned!

Clicker Expo

A few years out of date. Any updates on expos?

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