Matthews, NC, April 21, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The National Association of Dog Walkers (NADW) today announced the formation of their new association and the launch of their website geared toward providing tools, education, networking and promotional opportunities to member dog walking businesses nationwide, ultimately helping them be the most successful they can be in their pet business niche.
“As pets become more and more a part of our family, dog lovers everywhere are looking for help in creating a more fun and active life for their dog,” says NADW founder Tamara Miranda, a former successful dog walking business owner and business coach with years of experience in the dog walking service industry. “Our organization can be of great value and help to dog walking businesses throughout the US in successfully satisfying a very popular and growing pet industry niche.”
Joining the National Association of Dog Walkers affords members the opportunity to receive guidance, as well as relevant and applicable information through articles, monthly teleseminars and mentoring on how to best run their dog walking business through advice related to marketing, sales, service offering tips and ideas, organization, fee setting, time management, networking, general business advice and more.
In addition, the NADW website will include a national database of member dog walking businesses to help in the promotion of their business, as well as assist dog loving families nationwide in finding a local respected and trusted dog walking business through the NADW’s website.
For more information about the National Association of Dog Walkers and how your business can become a member, visit the website at nationaldogwalkers.com or email info@NationalDogWalkers.com for more information.
About National Association of Dog Walkers:
The National Association of Dog Walkers (NADW) is a professional dog walker association providing support to dog walkers who are just starting out as well as seasoned professionals. The association provides the tools, ideas and advice to help dog walkers grow their business. To find out more information visit the website at nationaldogwalkers.com or email info@NationalDogWalkers.com.