Printable NFL Preseason Schedule Released as Start of Regular Season Draws Near

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) July 17, 2013

As the dog days of summer continue across the United States, the start of the 2013 NFL season is now just weeks away. While the road to hoisting the Lombardi Trophy begins with 32 training camps, teams will see in-game action for the first time during preseason play in August.

Now, an online leader in schedules and tournament brackets has released a printable and complete 2013 NFL preseason schedule to get fans ready for the upcoming season.

Its almost hard to believe that the start of the NFL season is nearly here, said Printable Brackets spokesperson Zaniel Worth. It feels like yesterday fans were filling out Super Bowl squares, but now the wild offseason is about to give way to another great 17-week drama.

The 2013 NFL preseason schedule opens up with the annual Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. The Dallas Cowboys will clash with the Miami Dolphins to close out Hall of Fame weekend on Sunday, August 4th. The official Week One of preseason will begin on Thursday, August 8th.

Individual preseason games generally dont garner much national attention, said Worth. However, the Week One exhibition meeting between the Patriots and Eagles in Philadelphia is sure to generate plenty of interest.

New England will be on the field for the first time since the arrest of tight end Aaron Hernandez, who was charged with first-degree murder in June. Hernandez was jailed without bail on the same day he was released by the Pats.

In addition to the complimentary 2013 NFL preseason schedule, Printable Brackets has created complete schedules for all 32 NFL teams.

NFL players and coaches constantly talk about taking things one game at a time. Luckily, that clich

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How to start your own dog training business?

Question by Dude24: How to start your own dog training business?
I’ve owned dogs before and am familiar with the positive reinforcement training philosophy. I’ve read books and trained my own dog before. I’d probably need to refresh myself first. So, I was wondering how do I go about starting a dog training business?

I have a current job, so I was wondering if at first I could either list it on craigslist or something similar that I am going to be starting a dog training business, need practice so I will come to their house work with their dog, and they can pay me some type of small amount for my time, nothing large. If they don’t see the results they want they don’t have to pay? Just to get myself started. Then after I get established I could start charging more for home visits.

I’d prefer to do home visits instead of a class with multiple people and multiple dogs because I feel most of the time the problems occur in the home, and you need to train the people how to train their dog. A dog can act very different at home and in an unfamiliar place.

Ideas or comments?
ps. I currently do not have any certifications

Best answer:

Answer by Bonnie
Why don’t you ask the obedience trainer that you’ve mentored under for years? Reading books, and training your own dog, does not make you a trainer. Also, you know that you’ll need to obtain a business license, be bonded, and purchase a liability insurance policy, just for starters.

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