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There are many professionals involved in the care of dogs, from sales associates at a retail pet store to veterinarians and kennel boarders. They should all love animals in general, and canines in particular. They should have caring attitudes and lots of patience for these loving companions. A gentle demeanor can't hurt either. Veterinarians are doctors who have to attend an accredited veterinary school for at least four years to obtain a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree.

Those who work in kennels don't necessarily need a degree, but many take regular courses to obtain certification in breeding, for example. Breeders usually specialize in one type of dog, such as Maltese, German shepherd, Labrador, Pomeranian, or Golden Retriever and put them up for adoption or sell them. They often have experience in dog training and grooming. Many boarding kennels also have volunteers on staff that take the puppies and dogs for walks, feed them, and give them toys to play with.

Retail pet stores employ associates who can help canine owners find the supplies and food they need for their Chihuahuas, for example. Many stores have websites, where customers can view products and place orders over the web for their domesticated dogs, which are descendants of the wolf.

Other professionals include those who work for animal control agencies. Usually, each community has one. They are in charge of animal disturbances, including stray or feral hound dogs that are loose on the town. They have specific training and education regarding how to properly handle dogs and other animals.

Animal shelters have experts on hand too, including veterinarians, to help care for animals that range from puppies and dogs to cats and horses. They can also facilitate adoptions. All of these professionals are dedicated to the health and happiness of dog, man's best friend.

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The Purple Paw Grooming Salon Write review for this local business
148 Forest Cove Court, Dawsonville, GA 30534
(706) 265-8937  
At The Purple Paw Grooming Salon, we offer a salon-like grooming experience for your dog or puppy. We have wonderful groomers that will wash, brush and comb your pooch.
Upstate Pit Bull Rescue Write review for this local business
204 Parnell Road, Anderson, SC 29621
(864) 328-5771  
We have many rescued pit bulls and pit mixes that need adopting by a good an loving home as soon as possible. Adoption fees have been majorly reduced due to overcrowding. Please adopt one!
Yorkie Info Write review for this local business
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(423) 665-2172  
At Yorkie Info, you can use our site to gain valuable information about this incredible dog breed. Try searching for breeders, pet sitting, trainers, groomers, and more.
Chili Dawgs Write review for this local business
599 Sycamore St, Jefferson, GA 30549
(706) 367-8737  
german shepherds Write review for this local business
8920 Eves Road , Roswell, GA , GA 30076
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Dog Leather Collars Write review for this local business
8920 Eves Road , Roswell, GA 30076
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Jimmie Dawgs LLC Write review for this local business
1122 Fairview Rd, Simpsonville, SC 29680
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Kaitlyn's Doggy Care Write review for this local business
1950 Roswell Rd, Marietta, GA 30068
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Dawgs On Pelham LLC Write review for this local business
3620 Pelham Rd Ste 3, Greenville, SC 29615
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Fetch Pet Care Write review for this local business
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Petland Write review for this local business
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Atlanta Dog Spa Write review for this local business
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Duncan Dog Center Write review for this local business
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Metro Dog Grooming Write review for this local business
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The physical appearance and location of the dog care business may certainly play a role in how you perceive them as a consumer. Naturally it's wise to visit each facility or business in person if it's possible. This will allow you to make any inquiries you desire concerning dog walking services, professional dog watchers, health care experts, canine kennels, dog breeding services, boarding shelters, recreational sitters, dog toys, puppies for sale, pet training facilities, grooming centers, an adoption guide, pet therapy professionals, golden retriever canines, healthy dog food, nutrition specifics, pet medication, professional vets and anything else you have in mind. This will essentially help you decide if the dog business is right for you and your needs. You may want to inquire about any additional locations they offer as well. For example, are they a nationwide business or one that merely operates on a local level? No matter how grand their dog facility is, they should offer stellar customer service to everyone. If they fail to do so, you should really consider seeking any dog breeding service, professional care kennels, paid dog watchers, overnight boarding kennels, dog walking professionals, vets or recreational pet facilities elsewhere. There's no reason to settle for a dog business that lacks in the customer care department. Especially when there are so many other dog businesses to choose from. On a final note, never forget to compare prices prior to selecting anything from anyone. Different dog and canine services will charge different prices for different services. This is why it really pays off to do some real background research on the Internet in the beginning.