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Rover Stay Over adds services.

Rover Stay Over, a Bellingham company that offers boarding and grooming services for dogs and cats, is expanding its operations with a new dog-training service and the staff addition of certified trainer Brittany Olin.

Olin, who was raised in Whatcom County, attended Bellingham Technical College and received dog-training certification through Animal Behavior College. She has also worked as a kennel and veterinary assistant at local animal hospitals.

Olin's positive-reinforcement obedience training is offered at Rover Stay Over's main facility, located at 6451 Hannegan Road in Lynden. Private sessions are also available for other locations, including customers' homes, parks and other public places.

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Title Annotation:Business Briefing
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Apr 1, 2014
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