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Is your dog a good boy? For a limited time, try Dog Academy premium membership free for one week.

You’ll get access to 24/7 unlimited live video sessions, dozens of online training courses, exclusive discounts with more than 25 popular pet retail partners, and more.

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There’s no commitment to continue after your trial ends — the option is yours to cancel at any time.


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Here’s how to get the deal:

  1. Visit this link and enter your pup’s name.
  2. Enter your zip code and answer a few questions about your pup.
  3. Enter your personal and billing information and check out.

What’s Dog Academy?

Dog Academy is a company that provides both in-person and online dog training services. They have a network of over 1,000 dog trainers across the country, as well as an extensive library of online resources. Their training programs are designed to be comprehensive and accessible and are suitable for dogs of all kinds.

Is this deal legit?

Bottom-line cost: Free for the first seven days.

When will I be charged?: You won’t be charged anything when you sign up. You’ll only be charged if you decide to keep your membership past the first seven days.

Will I need to cancel?: Dog Academy is a premium membership that charges $29.99 per month. You can cancel your membership at any time before the end of the 7-day trial and you won’t owe anything. If you choose not to cancel, seven days after your order, you’ll be billed $29.99 per month for full access to Dog Academy.

To cancel, call 605-206-3865 or contact them through their Support page.

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