Florida Dog Trainer Helps Dog Owners Find Key Answers

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A Florida dog trainer today announced the launch of a series of free websites designed to help dog owners find information on specific dog-related topics. These narrowly-focused resource directories provide more comprehensive information in one place than you can find at most all-in-one dog websites.

A Florida dog trainer today announced the launch of a series of free websites to help dog owners find information on specific dog-related topics.

“I am proud to introduce topic-specific dog information sites that zero in on one area of expertise,” says David Dunlap, founder of the sites.

Each of the four websites – thedogtrainingnetwork.com, dogcollarinfo.com, doghousesforyou.com, and thepremiumdogfoodsite.com – offers free articles, recommendations and information related to the specific topic of the site.

Dunlap says his sites differ from traditional all-in-one dog websites. “There are a lot of dog-related websites that briefly touch on a variety of topics without offering the information dog lovers are actually searching for. We present dog lovers with more information on one specific topic than they ever imagined existed.”

According to Dunlap, Internet surfers looking for information on dog training, dog collars, dog houses, or dog food now have specific websites to visit where they can find a wealth of information related to an isolated topic.

Dunlap saw the need for the topic-specific sites after searching for information on dog collars to aid in training. “I found that information on dog collars was sparse. The all-in-one dog sites provide a little bit of information on a number of topics rather than a lot of information on one topic.”

Dunlap says he was surprised by how much dog collar information there was on the Internet that wasn’t being offered by the all-in-one sites. He researched several different topics and found that the all-in-one sites were only touching the surface of each topic.

“I felt it would be beneficial to bring all of the information on dog collars to the surface and channel it to a site dedicated to the topic,” says Dunlap. “Then, I did the same for several other topics that dog enthusiasts would find useful.”

Dunlap says he plans to explore further topics to help dog lovers find what they’re really looking for. All four sites have gone live and are accessible through an Internet web browser.

Contact:

David Dunlap

Dog Trainer

Phone: (813) 494-3616 / Fax (727) 446-8413

Email: david@thedogtrainingnetwork.com

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