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Tips to Protect Your Pups Paws in the Winter Months!

Category: Dog Care, Pet Health, Pet Tips, Pets | Tags:

Date: February 2nd, 2017

Winter can be tough, especially on your dog’s paws! Take some steps to ensure overall health for one of your dog’s most important assets- his paws! (1) Simple! Just check your dog’s paws regularly- meaning daily. Inspect for abnormalities, scraps, cuts, injuries. Press down on the pads to see your dog’s response. Check between their […]

Anything & Everything About Dog Walking!

Category: Dog Care, Dog Walking, Pet Tips, Pets | Tags:

Date: August 23rd, 2016

Whether you are a new dog parent, or a veteran owner, there is always room to learn! Dog walking is so important because dogs need to explore, hunt, and discover new sights and smells, its part of their nature.  Even if you have a backyard or a ton of toys, dogs still need their walking […]

Teach Your Dog To Do NOTHING!

Category: Dog Care, Dog Training, Pet Tips, Pets, Puppy Care | Tags: Tags: , ,

Date: June 23rd, 2016

This is a great read for all dog owners! I do something similar with my dog Valentino, but I labeled it LEAVE IT. So anytime he is looking/staring at someone/something, and I think he may start to bark etc, I say LEAVE IT, if I see something on the floor I don’t want him to […]

BEWARE: High Rise Syndrome

Category: Cat Care, Pet Health, Pet Tips, Pets | Tags:

Date: June 23rd, 2016

When summer comes around, many pet parents eagerly open windows to enjoy the weather. Unfortunately, they are also unknowingly putting their pets at risk. Unscreened or unsecured windows pose a real danger to cats (and some dogs too!), which fall out of them so often that the veterinary profession has a name for the complaint: […]

Spring Tips for Your Pup!

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Date: April 14th, 2016

Spring is in the air!  Just some quick reminders because we know you love your dog, and we do too! (1) Sticks are a NO-NO!  Have your dog play with a frisbee or tennis ball instead.  Sticks can splinter, and can cause choking and severe injuries to your pup! (2) Before getting new spring plants, check […]