Penny DiLoreto is an accomplished dog breeder, trainer and veterinary assistant. She is also the owner of Puppies Dot Com LLC, and K9 Dog Park, a dog training business, located in Southern California. In addition to her busy schedule, Penny finds time to donate her time to the local Humane Society. There she assists with the Volunteer Mentor Program and has written may dog related articles that are published on the internet.
Regional Occupational Program (ROP) Veterinary Assistant Program Graduate.
Animal Behavior College Graduate,
American Red Cross Certified Pet First Aid / CPR Instructor Program Graduate
Board Advisory member - ROP Veterinary Assistant Program, Certified Professional Dog Training Instructor, Certified Canine Behaviorist, Accredited Dog Trainer,Certified Therapy Dog Evaluator, California Association of Professional Pet Dog Trainers, International Assoc. of Animal Behavior Consultants, American Red Cross Certified Pet First Aid / CPR Instructor.
Where to find Penny Diloreto online
The Potty Training Answer Book
by Penny Diloreto
Approx. 2,330 words.
Published on November 7, 2011.
Potty training your new puppy is one of the most challenging tasks you and your dog will face. The “Potty Training Answer Book”; is a small sampling of my full featured book titled “Gonna Buy Me a Dog”. A must-have for people who want to start their new puppy off on the right paw--or for those who have an older 4-legged friend and now want or need a little assistance.
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Smashwords book reviews by Penny Diloreto
- Crazy About You
on Dec. 15, 2011
Brad is an endearing character, wise beyond his years and stronger than he gives himself credit for. As the sparks between him and Suzanne heat up it had me rapidly turning the pages, anxious to find out which Suzanne would Brad end up marrying. Suzanne the popular high school cheerleader or Suzanne the patient of a mental hospital that desperately wants Brad to “heal” her. The story is long enough that it has time to develop characters, relationships and situations the reader can relate to and care about. I liked each character individually Brad, his sister Sally, Gwendolyn, his fathers new girlfriend and really wanted them to end happy. The hopes and fears that each had were very believable and the flirting and sexual interest was not over-the-top and exaggerated.