Dog Gone Problems 10 Year Anniversary Celebrations

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Dog Gone Problems turns 10 years old!

To celebrate ten years of fixing dog and puppy problems, we are holding 10 free, dog-friendly events where we will be giving away $10,000 of FREE dog training services* (in home training and puppy classes).

There are only 2 events left!

These family friendly events will feature dog training and behavior workshops from the area’s top Trainers and Behavior Consultants. We will be goingover a number of different loose leash walking tips so if your dog pulls on the leash, you definately want to come to these events.

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After the workshop, we will take questions from the audience about your own dog problems, then draw for $1,000 of in-home dog training. Anyone who attends can enter the contest, no purcase is necessary but you must be present for the drawing to win.

These are fun dog friendly events where you get a chance to get some free hands on dog training at the event and a chance to win free in-home dog training for your adult dog or puppy.

If you have a dog who enjoys people and other dogs, they are very welcome to attend, otherwise leave them at home and bring soem friend along with something to write on.

A full list of events displayed under the DGP Ten Year Anniversary Logo.


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$10,000 Dog Training Giveaway Events ($1,000 given away at each event)

No purchase necessary to enter the contest, but you must be present to win.

We have to throw our sponsors some love for supporting us. The Green Spot, Dogtopia and Leash Pet Transport are some great dog-centric businesses in the area. Please support them so they can keep supporting great dog friendly events like these.

DGP X Year sponsor logo bar 900 2 - Dog Gone Problems 10 Year Anniversary Celebrations* Limit one prize per winner. No purchase necessary. Prizes are for services rendered in the Omaha metro area (no out of town appointments) and not for dogs with human aggression.