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Offering a Free Behavior Seminar - ELesson 19

Your Mission this month  - should you choose to accept - is to offer a Free Community Pet Behavior Seminar to increase your visibility as Pet-Centered Profesionals and Behavior Center.
Most local newspapers will accept and publish press releases sent by email or fax for events that interest and benefit the community. 


Consider a catchy title such as, "How to Raise an Ideal Dog" or "Learn How to Talk Dog" or anything else your creative minds want to call it. The key is to test what "headline" generates the most calls and greatest attendance at these events.

Make sure to add, "space limited - must call for a reservation."  This gives you the opportunity to collect names and phone numbers to make reminder calls the day of the seminar.


Don't have chairs?  Consider stacking 3 bags of dog food as seats in rows or buy cheap, stackable plastic chairs.

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Free Behavior Seminar
A volunteer or professional team member may want to apply their interest and skills by offering a monthly or quarterly free pet behavior seminar. A great perk for clients and new client outreach.  Alternate: secure a local trainer to provide the seminar at your location

Complete Checklist 07 Team Education
Read, Gaining In Depth Behavior Education
Set Goals, Canine Basic Manners
Seminar Preparation
Create a Flyer - Sample Seminar Flyer*
Create a Press Release - Sample Release

* Word document - may be slower in loading...

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