Phoenix salon to host dog whisperer, Krista Cantrell

Mane Attraction Salon

Mane Attraction Salon

In conjunction with their month-long memorial fundraiser for Mane Attraction Salon owners Kendall and Beate Assmuth-Ong’s beloved dog Einstein, the salon will welcome nationally-recognized dog whisperer and coach Krista Cantrell for their Speaker Series on Wednesday, July 22 at 6 p.m.

MAS is asking for a $10 donation, in addition to 20 percent of all pet-related sales and proceeds from Einstein’s Shampoo during the month of July, will be donated to RESCUE.

For more than 18 years, Ms. Cantrell has touched the lives of people and animals with her coaching for “both ends of the leash.” She has earned over 200 competition agility and obedience titles since 2001 and 11 national championship titles with the North American Dog Agility Council, stated a press release.

Ms. Cantrell has an extensive background as a keynote speaker and clinician, according to the release. She served as the keynote speaker for the 25th International Veterinary Acupuncturist Society/IVAS Congress and for the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association/AHVMA.

To view short videos of puppy classes, dog training, Qigong and whispering, visit Ms. Cantrell’s website at www.phoenixdogagilityclasses.com.

Mane Attraction Salon is located at 3156 E Camelback Road in Phoenix.

For more information, visit www.maneattractionsalon.com.

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