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August 14, 2011 (Blossom Valley) – Does your dog have what it takes to become a therapy dog, comforting patients in hospitals and other special settings?


“Any dog can become a therapy dog if the owner has time and commitment to do the work,” says Cate Sacks at Shelter Dogs to Dream Dogs in Blossmon Valley.


The next shelter dog test will be offered September 10. If you want to begin training your dog to pass the test, the time is now.


Contact Cate Sacks, or call (619)813-1252. To learn more, visit

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This is one of the best dog

This is one of the best dog related treatments that I have got in the city. My dogs have benefited much on this. I personally teach my dogs on basic aggressive dog training and obedience dog training. I've just enrolled to a dog trainer course to enhance my dog training skills. There are a lot of dog trainer courses that are offered through online and on site. I prefer on site course and use online as reference.

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Awesome Idea

I really hope something of this sort will catch on here int he bay area. Do you know of anything like it in the east bay at all?

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Great looking forward to bring my german shepherd there for that therapy.