Socorro, NM, September 18, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors (NADOI) has announced the launch of Project Homecoming, to honor NADOI's 47th birthday in November. This effort is designed to find and invite back all former members of NADOI.
NADOI President Helen Cariotis comments, "Over the years, many members have drifted away from our organization. Whether still actively teaching or long retired, NADOI believes each and every member has expertise and knowledge to share with the profession. There is no better way to do that than by re-joining NADOI. We are the premier professional organization for dog training instructors. These valuable members will be welcomed, with all back dues and reinstatement fees waived. They will maintain all their certifications. They won't be asked to submit any applications or forms, other than the information needed to update our member files."
Project Homecoming will run through the end of December, 2012. For more information, or to request reinstatement, please contact NADOI President, Helen Cariotis.
The National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors was founded in 1965 to promote humane training methods and to elevate the standards of the dog obedience instructing profession. Our mission today remains unchanged: to certify dog obedience instructors of the highest caliber, to provide continuing education and learning resources, and to promote humane, effective training methods and competent instruction. NADOI members are found all across the USA and in foreign countries.
Please visit our website at www.NADOI.org to locate a certified dog trainer, or for more information about NADOI.