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A All Animal Control Celebrates 15 years of Operation

Mark E. Dotson, an Air Force Gulf War Veteran, founded the company in December 1995.

| January 27, 2010

Editor’s note: Mark E. Dotson, founder and president of A All Animal Control, submitted the following press release to PCT, which provides a look back at the company as it turns 15 years old.

In December of 1995, Mark E. Dotson was an Air Force Gulf War Veteran at a crossroads in his life.  He found himself searching for an enjoyable and profitable career. It was then Dotson decided to open his own animal control business with only two cages and a lifelong dream of working with wildlife. Today, Dotson and his team have transformed his vision of that small office in Northglenn, Colo., into a national franchise system with more than 30 locations from coast to coast.
           
“This is a very special anniversary for me, for every A All Animal Control franchise owner and A All Animal Control employee,” says Dotson. “For 15 years, I have been doing what I love and helping others to achieve the same dream. I will continue adding A All Animal  Control franchises  to preserve the balance between people and nature while assisting wildlife professionals and veterans with the tools to open  their own businesses."
           
A All Animal Control has devoted 15 years to humanely solving conflicts between wildlife and humans by ways of exclusion, frightening, repellents, trapping, habitat modification and animal proofing the home or business. A All Animal Control resolves wildlife conflicts for residential, commercial, industrial and government sectors. 
           
As a way of celebrating Dotson's success, A All Animal Control will be offering special benefits and discounts to American Veterans. A All Animal Control  believes in the importance of the American dream , especially those who fought to preserve it.

For more information contact A All Animal Control at wildlifecareer@allanimalcontrol.com or www.aallanimalcontrol.com

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