Updated: Feb 29, 2020
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The Breeder Q&A with Cat from Good Dog was GREAT! For those of you who missed it, here's a recording. We discuss what Good Dog is, why it was developed, how it can benefit breeders AND puppy families, and how breeders can work with Good Dog. A must-see!
One of the big take home messages is that Good Dog would really like OUR input as breeders regarding what we need, what we find useful, and any general feedback, so please reach out to them if you want! gooddog.com
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