The Dog Network Of Illinois Announces Unique Tool For Dog Owners

July 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The Dog Network of Illinois has announced that they have just launched a free, easy to use search tool that enables dog owners to find local trainers in the state. The site is easy to navigate and the company states that they can help to connect dog owners with training academies and other professionals in Illinois.

Megan Wallace, a representative for Midway Dog Academy, says, “This is a wonderful way for dog owners to connect with trainers and ensure that their dogs are getting the very best in professional training and care. We take care to include only the most professional and highly rated trainers, vets and other pet care professionals.”

The site is newly launched and includes a host of information for dog owners, including a search function that allows users to find the specific pet professional that they are looking for in their local area. Wallace states that the site is an easy to navigate site that should offer pet owners all of the information that they need to take great care of their pets.

“We love helping people to find the right professionals to help them to train their dogs and puppies,” says Wallace. “We strive to offer our clients a list of only the best professionals and can refer them to trainers, dog sitters, veterinarians, dog walkers, groomers and more. Many of the professionals that are listed on our site have decades of experience and can show clients credentials that will help to put their minds at ease. We understand how concerning it can be to leave a pet with a stranger, which is why we make certain that all of the businesses that are listed on our site are safe and secure for pets.”

The site includes Midway, which is a member of the International Association of Canine Professionals, an elite membership program that has members from all over the country. Wallace adds that those who have a canine professional that they love and want to share can do so on the academy’s website.

Wallace states that the search feature for helping dog owners to find professionals is very easy to use. Dog owners can search by professional, such as veterinarians or trainers, by location, or by other factors. Wallace adds that the search feature is great for helping dog owners to find the professional that they need in their local area as opposed to having to travel hours to reach them.

Anyone who is considering the act of taking on a new puppy should take the time to learn more about training, Wallace states. She adds that dog training incorporates more than simply putting a dog in a crate and teaching it how to go outside for nature’s calls. Dog training can include teaching dogs not to jump up on people, not to bark at specific times, and much more.

Wallace says that training a dog is an important part of dog ownership and that even older dogs can stand some training. She adds that the old, “Can’t teach an old dog new tricks” cliché is just that, a cliché, and that all dogs who have never been trained will benefit from professional dog training.

The website is now accessible by those who are looking for dog trainers and other professionals in the canine industry. Those who are in need of professional dog training in Illinois or other areas of the nation can visit the website to access the search feature and find the professionals that they need.

Wallace states that anyone who is having difficulties in using the site can contact the company directly for answers to any questions or to get assistance in the search activity. The company states that they are proud to be bringing together dog owners and professional dog trainers and that they hope dog owners will seriously consider using their site to find the professional that they need for adequate training for their new puppies or older dogs.

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For more information about The Dog Network of Illinois , contact the company here:

The Dog Network of Illinois
Megan Wallace
(630) 352-3749
TheDogNetworkIllinois@gmail.com
The Dog Network of Illinois Naperville, IL 60540

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