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Old October 10th 03, 02:23 PM
Jonathan Harris
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Default Free Dog Training Book & Newsletter

Free Report & Fortnightly Newletter


I have created a free dog training booklet which may be helpful to
some members of this group.
This is a full, down-to-earth, easy to read programme to read now.

The whole report is based upon the training method 'praise and
reward'.

I have packaged them into an electronic book which you can download
free of charge from my website.

You will also be send a fortnightly news letter which will include:
Training Tips
Grooming Tips
Health Care Information

The report and newsletter are both entirely FREE and are sent to you
without obligation for further products.

Simply send me a blank e-mail to the below address, and I will send
you details immediately.
Mail to:

I hope that this will be useful to you, and of course I always welcome
any feedback which you can give me.

The free report has been approved and welcomed by many dog trainers
and dog owners.

Best regards, and thank you kindly for reading.

~~~~ Mail to:
~~~~


NB. I sincerely apologise that the free training book is not
compatible with MAC users,
however please send your blank email to register to our Free
Newsletter!
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Old October 11th 03, 02:27 AM
Rocky
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Jonathan Harris said in rec.pets.dogs.activities:

I have packaged them into an electronic book which you can
download free of charge from my website.


What's your website, Jonathon? You forgot to include it in your
post.

The report and newsletter are both entirely FREE and are
sent to you without obligation for further products.

Simply send me a blank e-mail to the below address, and I
will send you details immediately.


Uh, huh. Sure. I'll get right on that.

--
--Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
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Old October 11th 03, 11:16 AM
Jonathan Harris
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Rocky wrote in message ...
Jonathan Harris said in rec.pets.dogs.activities:

I have packaged them into an electronic book which you can
download free of charge from my website.


What's your website, Jonathon? You forgot to include it in your
post.

The report and newsletter are both entirely FREE and are
sent to you without obligation for further products.

Simply send me a blank e-mail to the below address, and I
will send you details immediately.


Uh, huh. Sure. I'll get right on that.


Hi,
The website address for those who are interested, is
http://www.e-hq.co.uk/info/esolutions

I would however recommend you send a blank
and you will then receive the free
doggy tips newsletter.

Many thanks,
Jonathan.
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Old October 11th 03, 05:28 PM
Rocky
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Jonathan Harris said in rec.pets.dogs.activities:

I would however recommend you send a blank
and you will then
receive the free doggy tips newsletter.


Just a suggestion, Jonathon - no matter how well-intentioned
your motives, it's unlikely that many will send an email to an
unknown usenet poster. Posts like your original are commonly
used to collect legitimate email addresses for spammers.

But thanks for the website - I'll check it out.

--
--Matt. Rocky's a Dog.
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Old October 12th 03, 04:13 PM
Jonathan Harris
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Rocky wrote in message ...
Jonathan Harris said in rec.pets.dogs.activities:

I would however recommend you send a blank
and you will then
receive the free doggy tips newsletter.


Just a suggestion, Jonathon - no matter how well-intentioned
your motives, it's unlikely that many will send an email to an
unknown usenet poster. Posts like your original are commonly
used to collect legitimate email addresses for spammers.

But thanks for the website - I'll check it out.


Hi Matt,

I know exactly what you are saying, and it is good practice to be wary
of spammers these days.

I can confirm however that i never spam, and the email address you
send to, will simply add you to my autoresponder so you receive Doggy
Tips newsletter every two weeks, and nothing else. I currently have
over 1100 subscribers to this service.

I also give my home address and phone number on the website to show I
have nothing to hide.

I hope that puts your mind at rest a little, and I hope you found the
website informative and useful.

Many thanks for your interest,
Jonathan.
 




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