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K-9 Down to Hold Class in NYC

February 15, 2008  | 

K-9 Down is a specialized program designed for professional working dog handlers and emergency rescue personnel—anyone who may respond to K-9 health emergencies in the field. It teaches you how to care for an injured dog until you can get professional medical help.

Only 40 openings are available for the course to be held in New York City May 17 and 18. Early Registration deadline is March 12.

For more information or to register online visit www.k9down.com.

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