Pet Care

Does your Dog Have Cabin Fever? Here’s How to Help!

- 1/25/2018 10:54:45 AM
Does your Dog Have Cabin Fever? Here’s How to Help!Did you know that your dog can suffer from wintertime depression?  Short daylight hours and cold temperatures means  fewer opportunities for outdoor exercise and dogs accustomed to running and playing can become frustrated at being trapped inside all day.
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Is Your Family Dog Ready to Greet Holiday Company?

- 11/15/2016 10:00:32 AM
Is Your Family Dog Ready to Greet Holiday Company?
When guests are coming for holiday celebrations, we want everything to be festive and fresh -- including the family dog.

To get your canine companion company-ready -- and eliminate the need for last-minute dog hair clean up -- do a pre-holiday grooming following these steps in this blog.
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Halloween Pet Safety Reminders

- 10/11/2016 2:33:17 PM
Halloween Pet Safety Reminders
Our pets require special attention during Halloween. While some enjoy the festivities, many are upset or frightened by the strange sights and sounds.

It's important to keep our dogs and cats safe -- not from goblins, but from real Halloween dangers. Read the rest of our blog for more tips on how to keep your pet safe this fall.
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How to Undo Summertime Damage to Your Dog's Coat and Skin

- 9/15/2016 8:59:43 AM
How to Undo Summertime Damage to Your Dog's Coat and SkinOur dogs love the summer as much as we do; from romps at the park to hikes in the woods to swims in the lake, the season is filled with outdoor fun.

But all that fun can lead to badly tangled coat, skin and paw irritation, and other problems. It's time to address those problems, before they get worse. Our team of professional groomers recommends these five steps.
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Is Your Dog Suffering From the Back-to-School Blues?

- 8/30/2016 11:28:47 AM
Is Your Dog Suffering From the Back-to-School Blues?Has the family dog suddenly developed some bad behaviors - like chewing on furniture or shoes, barking excessively and even soiling in the house?

It could be the back-to-school blues. After having the kids to play with all summer, he suddenly finds himself alone most of the day. Not only are the kids gone all day for school and afternoon activities, but when they come home, they're too busy with homework for play time.

Dogs are happiest when they have a routine and the change from summer to school-year schedule can be hard on them.
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Health & Safety Tips for Summer's Dog Days

- 7/13/2016 1:58:16 PM
Health & Safety Tips for Summer's Dog DaysThe "three H's" of summer can take as much of a toll on the well-being of our pets as it does on us.

Dogs and cats suffer a range of summer health issues -- from skin irritations and sunburn to dehydration and heat exhaustion. Since they can't protect themselves, they need our help to be safe and healthy during the summer months.
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