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Company Name or Business?
Think Alpha Dog
Position or Title?
owner
Web Site Address?
http://www.thinkalphadog.com
Location or City?
Kissimmee
Single or Married/Sig Other?
Married
What your main purpose in joining? Social, networking, both, expand interests, learn business skills, find employment, or.... ?
Networking
Learning
Supporting other Business Owners
Optional: PHONE and/or personal email
407 922 0285
Optional: Description of your business. What do you do, how does it benefit people and who is a good referral for you? You can also create a more extensive profile in GROUPS!
I am a Certified dog trainer who is committed to educating the dog owners of today and the dog owners of tomorrow. A good referral is anyone who has a problem with their dog, is getting a new dog, who wants to contribute through non profit with dogs.

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