Saturday, November 19, 2022
Thanksgiving Give Back Sale
Yooper Paws of Love would really like to thank all our clients that continue to use our services both online and in-person. Our clients become more then clients, they become friends. And our goal as always is to help our human and canine clients be successful. With that in mind, we are extending a few pretty awesome specials to our loyal clients and those who might be thinking about starting with us.
These specials are available from Saturday, November 19th, thru Sunday, November 27th!
I offer Gift Certificates in any dollar amount that can be used to help support friends and family members who might be in need of dog training assistance. Gift Certificates can be used for any of my services including 1-on-1 Services, Online Classes, & Service Dog Training.
If you want to buy this for yourself, then you might know what classes you want to take so the Buy One Get One Free Class might be your best deal. Classes don't have to be taken at the same time! Clients will have 1 year access to the class starting on the day they start the class. This works for our "work-at-your-own-pace" classes and our group classes with live Zoom sessions included.
For our Service Dog Clients I have an extra special deal. Yooper Paws of Love offers the Service Dog Support Program.
during our Thanksgiving Give Back Sale, I'll be offering this package for $225 for 3 months with the option at the end of the 3 months to extend an additional 3 months for the same price!
This special package must be purchased during the Thanksgiving week special, however you can start the 3 months service at any time. This allows you to wait until after the busy Christmas Season when you have more time to focus on participating in everything that is included in this package.
To purchase any of these Give Back options, email firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
My name is Penny Beeman and I own Yooper Paws of Love page. I created the Facebook page mainly to highlight the training I was doing with my own dogs. The page then morphed into a training page to help other people train their dogs as great family members, working dogs, and Service Dogs. Which led to creating this webpage.
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