Monthly Archives: April 2017

Keeping your dog happy and engaged

Many owners complain about their dogs destroying their things and home!  If your dog is chewing or scratching up your belongings or home, then he is not receiving the stimulation and activity he needs.  Try some of these tips to help keep your pet happy and engaged: Interactive toys can be a great distracter from […]

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Spring

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Tax day!

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Monday came too soon!

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Road Kits

Having an emergency kit for your pet is essential if fido goes with you on the road.  These kits contain everything you need, from first aid supplies to concentrated food and a five year shelf life water.  Just grab and go, or keep in the trunk for when it’s needed.  Don’t want to take the […]

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Left or Right pawed?

Just like people, dogs have a dominant paw.  To figure out which your pet is, simply pay attention to your pet.  The paw he always uses to shake your hand, scratch at the door, swipe a toy from under the chair/couch is his dominant paw. –Taken from Modern Dog Magazine

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Time Spent with Cats!

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Keep Your Cat Happy

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Ways to improve your senior dog’s life.

As dog’s age, it’s important to keep them engaged in age appropriate play time and rest.  Remember these tips to provide a great life for them as they age. Low impact playtime:  hiding treats around the house can be a great game for them. Food puzzles If you have hard wood or tile, add runners […]

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Dog Bite Facts

Children are the most likely to be bitten by dogs.  Many dogs find children scary if they are not used to being around them since children are busy, loud and high strung.  When your child is going to be around a new dog, make sure you talk to them about not making sudden motions around […]

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