Tampa, FL (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
Dog owners in need of trusted advice from a recognized expert can now sign-up for free, no obligation online Dog Training & Care Tips from leading retailer of dog collars Sylvan & Sons.
Dog owners who sign up will receive informative, practical and easy-to-read problem solving and training emails every three to four days, delivered directly to their inbox. They’ll also enjoy special discounts and promotions on dog collars, cat collars, leashes, harnesses, collar bows, and other top quality Sylvan & Sons products.
“As someone who has been active in dog training for more than 45 years, I know both the right way and the wrong way to provide dog training and care tips,” commented Linda Martuch, President of Sylvan & Sons. “I also train my own dogs for competition, and in obedience, tracking, agility, rally, freestyle and herding, as well as train other dogs at the Dog Training Club of Tampa. The tips that I provide are based on my experience and insight, and designed for dog owners of all experience levels – from those who’ve just brought home their very first beloved companion, to those like me who’ve owned dogs for decades.”
Dog owners can sign-up for Sylvan & Sons’ free, no-obligation Dog Training & Care Tips at http://www.sylvans.net/dogtraining/hints-tips.html.
Those who sign-up are reminded to add the email “Bark(at)genuinedoggear(dot)com” to their email program’s white/safe-sender list. They are also assured that their email address will never be shared or sold to any third party.
For more information or media inquiries, contact Linda Martuch at 813-920-5241 or office.sylvan(at)verizon(dot)net.
About Sylvan & Sons
Manufacturing dog collars and cat collars, leashes, harnesses and collar bows in America for over 20 years Sylvan & Sons has established a strong track record of excellence in product quality and outstanding service to retailers and consumers alike. The company sells exclusively to boutique retail and consumer direct websites throughout the world, including Canada, Great Britain, Finland, Sweden, Germany, France, Italy, Japan and many other nations. Learn more at sylvans.net.