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Using Video Chat to Train Dogs and Stay Connected to Clients

WEBINAR: Trainers are embracing video chat platforms like Zoom to continue teaching. Learn how you can too.

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MANY PET PARENTS do not feel comfortable attending group classes right now, even where social distancing can be maintained. Trainers have embraced video chat platforms such as Zoom to continue teaching and stay connected with their clients. Matt Bryant of The Texas Dogfather/Houston Dog Ranch, Dani Edgerton of A Place for Paws and Sue Hepner of Cool Dog Gear share how they are doing exactly that. Pamela Mitchell, Editor-in-Chief of PETS+, moderates.

Since launching in 2017, PETS+ has won 16 major international journalism awards for its publication and website. Contact PETS+'s editors at editor@petsplusmag.com.

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