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"Red Kennels, The Leader of Dog Training Kennels"

"Red Kennels, The Leader in Dog Training Kennels".

Which preposition should I use—of or in?

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You'd use of if “Dog Training Kennels” was the name of a specific company or other organisation. You'd only use in if it was supposed to identity a field of expertise (in which case it probably wouldn't be capitalised). –  FumbleFingers Aug 6 '13 at 14:57

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If Red Kennels is in charge of all other dog training kennels, you would use "of". If Red Kennels is the best dog training kennel around, you would use "in". Semantics note: "the" shouldn't be capitalized.

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