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Professional Dog Walkers in Washington D.C.

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Association of Pet Dog Trainers

Association of Pet Dog Trainers
The Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) is a professional organization of individual trainers who are committed to becoming better trainers through education.

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International Association of Animal Massage & Bodywork

The Association was founded as a forum for animal massage and bodywork professionals to network and support each other. Our members share a common goal of advancing the field of animal massage and bodywork.

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CityPaws Animal Hospital
CityPaws Animal Hospital, located in the U Street and Logan Circle neighborhoods, has the mission to provide high quality veterinary care in a compassionate environment.
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pant & wag Pant & Wag, LLC
Pant & Wag (PAW) designs and implements custom one-on-one exercise solutions for your canine family member. Appropriate exercise will not only make your dog healthier, but it will also correct behaviorial problems as well. Our exercise programs offer a better alternative to doggy daycare, dog walkers, and dog trainers. Hydrotherapy (underwater treadmill) provides rehab for sick or injured dogs. Serving all of Washington, DC.
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greyhound welfare

GreyHound Welfare
Greyhound Welfare is a greyhound rescue and placement group. We place ex-racing greyhounds throughout the metropolitan Washington DC area (MD, VA and DC), and in New England (MA, RI, NH). Our goal is to make excellent placements, even if that means fewer placements.
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International Association of Canine Professionals
The IACP was established to develop and promote the highest standards of professional and business practice among canine professionals. Dog training by our members represents broad and diverse methodologies, each designed to help foster a healthy relationship with your pet. Comprised of hundreds of skilled dog trainers, IACP professionals are dedicated to working together - helping responsible owners become better educated while training dogs so they may live healthier, happier lives with their families.
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