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Celebrating Canines Virtually

Celebrating Canines Virtually

Canines have their own bakeries, hotels, and high fashion, so not surprisingly they are now taking over the Internet with their own exposition.

Albuquerque, NM August 8, 2006 - Dogs seem to have it all these days with special bakeries dedicated to them, haute couture, along with special doggie daycares and hotels. With this in mind, it isn't surprising that the next big thing for dogs would be their very own online exposition.

The first annual Virtual Dog Exposition will take place Friday, September 22 through Sunday, September 24, 2006. The weekend long event will kick off on Friday evening at 7 PM EST at: www.virtualdogexpo.com

Master Dog Trainer, Christopher Aust, Animal Talk Naturally online radio duet, Kim Bloomer & Jeannie Thomason, along with Co-op World's Rob Anderson are hosting the event.

With a line up of expert speakers ranging in topics from dog training to acupressure, health, nutrition and legal issues, the Virtual Dog Expo will bring a wide variety of learning and fun for dog owners, fanciers, professionals, welfare advocates, breeders, and dog lovers worldwide.

The Virtual Dog Expo will also feature a virtual dog show and exhibitors running the gamut from dog nutritionals, training gear and doggie high fashion. Your favorite animal talk radio show hosts, dog artists, and many others will be in attendance for you to mingle with as well. There will also be hundreds of dollars in giveaway prizes for attendees.

"Our mission is to empower dog owners with the knowledge they need to make informed and wise decisions for their dogs. For Jeannie and me, it is always about, and for, the animals" says Bloomer.

"I have been to dozens of those expensive dog events all over the world and most have been mediocre with average speakers at best" says Aust. "With this user friendly technology, we are able to bring industry leaders from all over the world to a place where everyone can afford to attend. If you want to improve your dogs' quality of life, then you don't want to miss this! "


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