Green Acres Newsletters
December 2009

Where’s The Green Acres’ Newsletter?

Over the past several months, several of you have asked why you have not received a recent Green Acres Kennel Shop newsletter. You have told us that you enjoy the newsletter and miss it. We appreciate that!
When Paula and I became the owners of Green Acres we not only wanted to provide your pets with a “home away from home,” but we also wanted to become a reliable source for useful, pet-related information. It has been our goal to serve as a resource that can help you and your pet to have the best life possible. The newsletter was one of the tools we used to pursue that goal.

Since we mailed that first newsletter costs have increased and technology has improved. As a result we have decided that we can best provide you with pet-related information, notification of sales, and special coupons electronically via our web site

December 2008

Green Acres 2008 Highlights

  • Thank you for your patronage throughout the year. It has been a pleasure and a privilege taking care of your pets. 2008 was an eventful year for Green Acres and our staff, with lots of good things happening.

  • Pet Care Technicians Tracy, Rachael and Liz passed their exams and were accredited by the Pet Care Services Association (PCSA). Green Acres now has 10 PCSA Certified Pet Care Technicians on staff.

  • T rainers Joel and Angela became Certified Pet Dog Trainers (CPDT) after successfully passing the exam administered by the Certification Council for Pet Dog Trainers (CCPDT). Green Acres now as 6 CPDT’s on staff.

  • We added two new fenced play yards, off the main yard, for puppies and small dogs.

  • Don and Becky earned recertification as CPDT’s.

  • Paula had back surgery and our wonderful

September 2007

Pet Appreciation Day! – Saturday October 6th, 2007

Please join us for another fun-filled and educational day in celebration of you and your pets! The events will include:

Ask The Professionals Booths – All Day

Grooming – Groomers Shannan and Kathy will be on-hand to demonstrate how pets are groomed and to answer questions about which grooming tools you should use with your pet. Nail trims will only be $4 and all proceeds will be donated to the Bangor Humane Society Shed & Emily Fund.

Training & Behavior Counselors – Members of our training staff will be available to answer questions about training and your dog’s behavior.

Nutrition – Our retail staff and representatives from food companies will be on hand to answer questions

July 2007

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September 2005

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January 2005

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