PawsRPals.com has acquired the website MySmartPuppy.com

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PawsRPals.com has acquired the website MySmartPuppy.com. MySmartPuppy.com’s positive reinforcement training ethos is aligned with the PawsRPals.com positive reinforcement ethos. The articles will be moved across to PawsRPals.com.

PawsRPals.com believes in building positive relationships with your pets and provides informative articles on achieving this. PawsRPals is not a replacement for medical advice, so we always recommend visiting a veterinarian if you have concerns about your pet.

Daniella Cranfield, the creator of PawsRPals, has run a dog walking business and has undertaken training in Dog Training, Canine Behaviour Training, Animal Assisted Therapy, Canine Nutrition, Feline Behaviour and Psychology, and Feline Nutrition. Daniella is also a member of the CMA.

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