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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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LABS4ME

New Puppy Wanted service at FM

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LABS4ME    0
LABS4ME

In an effort to continue to give our members the best service and information, we now are providing a "Puppies Wanted" section in the dogs for sale forum. It will allow the person who is taking out the ad to collect as much information as possible on breeders and upcoming litters.

The ad will work like this:

You post your ad with the information as to the type of dog you are looking for and a timeframe for which you are looking. Be specific on as much of the information you provide so that members and breeders who read your post can help you find the puppy you are looking for. You will need to provide a form of contact (e-mail and telephone number) so those who are providing the information can get it to you. The post will not be open to reply from members on that thread! All contact and information will be private and to the buyer of the ad only.

The benefit of this service is huge! The data base of our members who have quality hunting dogs will surely provide you with a great starting (and ending) point to look for your future hunting buddy... all this for the price of a magazine. You will recieve direct referals from people who recommend certain breeders and kennels and from some of those same breeders themselves. You will have the ability to reply in private to ask specific questions in regards to said breeders.

I will ask a favor of our members to check in that forum from time to time in order to provide this information to the people looking for a perspective puppy.

If you are soon to be in the market for a puppy, consider using this service! I think those who try it will agree that they recieved much more valuable information than they would otherwise find on their own.

If you have any questions on this service or how it works, feel free to ask! We are excitied to be on the cutting edge of a new way to help those in the market find a puppy!

Good Luck!

Ken

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Shack    16
Shack

When does this start?

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walleye101    0
walleye101

Labs

I have been trying to place an ad, pups for sale, but when I get to the billing part is says I am on the "Wanted" thread instead. Tried to contact you with the "contact Us" link but my machine locks up. Help!

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LABS4ME

Go to the part that says "to post topic, click here".

Type in your user name and e-mail address.

Click on pay now.

Then a new screen will open, it looks like your in the pups wanted, but if you click on the little arrow below that it opens up the box so you can see it's for all the "dog" classifieds. Continue on from that point.

Good Luck!

Ken

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portageman    3
portageman

Somehow I messed up. I paid my subscription but I am unable to post my wanted ad.

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MWellner    0
MWellner

If you go to Puppies wanted section, I do not see a "new post" option, and I wish to place a ad.

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jam thrasher    0
jam thrasher

trying to post a ad in the pup wanted section how do you do it? don't see any tab to start the process.

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Rick    483
Rick

Click the link front and center in that forum in HUGE letters that says:

To Post Topic - Click Here Find Out How To Place Your Ad

The ad/subscription "New Topic" is generated automatically once payment is confirmed. Sometimes it happens right away and sometimes it can take a few minutes to process back to the forums from the payment site. Some of you may need to hit the refresh on your computer to see the "New Topic" link in the For Sale or Wanted forum. Once you see the New Topic link click on it and place your ad.

You can find out if you are authorized by Clicking on your "My Stuff" link the the "Subscriptions" link. If it's finished the authorization process it will show up in there.

It's relatively easy. Sometimes a little patience is required.

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