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Becoming a Neighbor with The National Dog Directory

Hello, I'm Don and I would like to welcome you to ResearchBreeder.com Tutorials.

In this video I will be showing you how become a neighbor in The National Dog Directory.

This video assumes you are a registered user on ResearchBreeder.com.

If you are not registered, it is easy to do so. Just click on "Register" in the upper-right corner of the screen and follow the instructions

Let's get started.

First, you need to log in to ResearchBreeder.com. On the home page click on "Login" in the upper-right corner of the screen.

Enter your name and password and click "Login".

HOVER over "Dog Owners" and click on "National Dog Directory".

Here is your National Dog Directory Menu.

Click on "I'm a Neighbor".

If you are already a neighbor in The National Dog Directory you will be listed on this screen.  You can be a neighbor in more than one neighborhood. For example, let's say you have elderly parents who have a dog.  You can become a neighbor of their neighborhood so you can receive notifications of dogs there.  Or, let's say you have a vacation home and you you take your dogs with you.  You can become a neighbor in that neighborhood too.

Click on "New"

Click on the field, "Last Name"

Enter your last name and TAB

Enter your first name and TAB

Enter your address and TAB

Enter your apartment if applicable and TAB

Enter your zip code and TAB

Enter the name of your city or town where you live and TAB

Choose the state in which you live and TAB

Enter the County or Parrish in which you live and TAB

Enter the name of the subdivision you live in. If you do not live in a subdivision then live this field blank.  If you live in a subdivision where there are several different areas then just enter the main name and TAB

Enter your "Home" phone number in the format you see on the screen.  If you use your cell phone number as your home phone then enter your "Cell" phone number and TAB

Enter your "Work" phone number.  If you use your cell phone number as your work phone then enter your "Cell" phone number and TAB

Enter your "Cell" phone number.  If you do not have a cell phone number enter, "NONE" and TAB

Choose if you want to receive texts if you have a cell number and TAB.

Enter a second cell number if you have one and TAB

Choose if you want to receive texts if you have a cell number and TAB.

Enter your email address and TAB

Verify your email address and TAB

Indicate if you desire to have notifications sent to this email address and TAB

Enter a second email address if you desire to do so and TAB

Verify the email address and TAB

Indicate if you desire to have notifications sent to this email address and TAB

Click NEXT

Click NEXT

Click NEXT

This is the Lost Dog Location Information Page

You can see the Facebook Group Notification section

These groups (Neighborhoods) are geographic areas. When a dog is lost and an owner changes their dog's statust to "LOST", posts are made to Facebook Groups. These groups include the state the dog is lost in, the county the dog is lost in, the city the dog is lost int, and the specific neighborhood the dog is lost in.

Select the group for the state you are live in.

Select the county in which you live

Select the city in which you live. Not all cities are listed because many counties are rural in nature.

Select the neighborhood in which you live.  Many cities do not have specific neighborhoods so it is fine to leave the city and neighborhood blank if you live in smaller communities and counties.

Once you have selected the groups you desire click "NEXT".

Click on "Save My Dog's Information". We understand you may not have a dog of your own but this program is primarily for dog owners and is designed for them.

You are now a neighbor int the neighborhood you chose.

Thank you for viewing this tutorial on becoming a neighbor of The National Dog Directory.

Remember to love those dogs and remember ResearchBreeder.com, helping people find healthy puppies from healthy parents and ethical breeders.