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You heard it right! We, PuppyInTraining.com have a fanpage on Facebook. You can visit us at http://www.facebook.com/PuppyInTraining.
Hopefully the majority of you are already following us through our Puppy In Training Newsletter, RSS Feed, or just visit the blog once in a while.
Our Facebook Fanpage gives you yet another way to follow our adventures. Also, because it’s more of a micro-blog I’ve been adding short posts (a sentence or two) notifying our followers about our day to day events. I do my best to post any of our current puppy related news and views. For instance, this past weekend we puppy sat a four month old Golden Retriever Guide Dog Puppy In Training named Reggie and posted a few pictures of her to the Fanpage.
Our Facebook Fanpage is a great way to follow our journey “in between blog posts.”
Here are a sample of a few of our short Facebook posts:
“Meet the newest member of our Orange County Guide Dogs of America group: “Yuki” a female black Labrador Retriever.” – check out the Fanpage for images.
“I’m puppy sitting Reggie a Golden Retriever Guide Dog Puppy and we had a tough day at work today. Me slaving away at the computer and Reggie taking naps and chewing on her bone.” – check out the Fanpage for images.
“I got the Amazing Treat Machine and I’m trying it as Stetson’s next dog bowl. I just have to teach him to drop the ball in the box. It shouldn’t be difficult he’ll do anything for food.” – check out the Fanpage for the link.
If you enjoy receiving short updates like these in your Facebook Feed then I encourage you to visit our Fanpage and click the “Like” button.
I can see some of these short snippets ending up as full blown blog posts. However, right now it’s a great way for us to get you our short thoughts, news, views, and pictures easily through the power of the Facebook Newsfeed.
Visit the Puppy In Training Facebook Fanpage and click the “Like” button to start receiving our news feed immediately.