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Folks,

There is tons of material on the web regarding dogs, dog training, canine health, etc. which we can all benefit from reading in a lot of cases.

However, many articles that are on the web are COPYRIGHTED material. Copyrighted material can not be reposted without the expressed consent of the author.

Please do not post copyrighted material without the consent of the author!
 

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Folks,

There is tons of material on the web regarding dogs, dog training, canine health, etc. which we can all benefit from reading in a lot of cases.

However, many articles that are on the web are COPYRIGHTED material. Copyrighted material can not be reposted without the expressed consent of the author.

Please do not post copyrighted material without the consent of the author!
just post the link to the webpage-
 

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Folks,

There is tons of material on the web regarding dogs, dog training, canine health, etc. which we can all benefit from reading in a lot of cases.

However, many articles that are on the web are COPYRIGHTED material. Copyrighted material can not be reposted without the expressed consent of the author.

Please do not post copyrighted material without the consent of the author!

If you own a website or have copyrighted material hosted on someones site here's a tool to find out if someone has plagiarized your stuff and posted it on their site.
http://www.copyscape.com/


Then, if you find someone has stolen your stuff you can use this site to find out who is hosting their site and then send the host a "take down" letter to remove the offenders site based on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
http://www.whoishostingthis.com/
 

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If you own a website or have copyrighted material hosted on someones site here's a tool to find out if someone has plagiarized your stuff and posted it on their site.
http://www.copyscape.com/


Then, if you find someone has stolen your stuff you can use this site to find out who is hosting their site and then send the host a "take down" letter to remove the offenders site based on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
http://www.whoishostingthis.com/
Thanks for this information.

I did a search and found 8 different kennels using one of my training articles. :( I can appreciate the fact that they are using my training article to educate owners, but they could have, at least, given me and/or my kennel credit for writing the article :( It would have been nice if they had contacted me and asked to use the article on their website.
 
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