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A All Animal Control Announces New Mobile Website

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General information regarding services can be accessed via links at the bottom of the mobile website, or the viewer can link through to the full website.

| April 19, 2011

DUNBAR, W. Va. —  A All Animal Control has announced its new mobile website for fast loading on mobile devices. 

Mobile is fast becoming one of the most important delivery channels for business today. General information regarding services can be accessed via links at the bottom of the mobile website, or the viewer can link through to the full website.  The home page provides a link to the full website or you can utilize the mobile site for fast displays.  The contact us page allows the user to find which location you are seeking at the touch of the screen.  
To see the new A All Animal Control mobile website from your web-enabled mobile phone, type in http://m.aallanimalcontrol.com.
 

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