Going On A Trip? Take Your Dog And Invest In Dog Boarding Service

Posted on: 27 February 2019

As a dog owner, you will have to decide whether you want to board your dog at home or bring them along for the trip. However, you may know that you are planning to go on several outings in which your dog would not be able to come along. The great thing about dog boarding is that you are not limited to boarding them close to where you live. So, you should bring your dog along for the trip and make plans to use a dog boarding service throughout the duration of your stay.
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Stop That! Why It's Time To Enroll Your Dog In Behavioral Training

Posted on: 24 May 2018

Dogs can get on your last nerve, especially when they're busy exhibiting unwanted behaviors. It can be extremely difficult to deal with those unwanted behaviors, especially when they're destructive or dangerous. Luckily, you don't need to get rid of your dog just because it's developed some bad behaviors. You just need to provide it with some additional training. Here are just four of the bad behaviors you can help your dog overcome by enrolling it in a canine training program.
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4 Things To Know About Before Agreeing To Acupuncture For Your Pet

Posted on: 12 July 2017

If you have a pet and your vet has suggested acupuncture treatment, here are three things that you need to know about acupuncture treatment before you agree to the procedure for your pet. #1 Type of Acupuncture Treatment Used Many people assume that all acupuncture treatment is the same. However, that is not true. There are various ways that an acupuncturist can simulate your dog's acupuncture points. The most common and well known method of simulating your dog's acupuncture points is with acupuncture needles.
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Tips For Keeping Your Dog Calm At The Groomers

Posted on: 4 January 2017

If you aren't interested in cutting your dog's own hair, then you are going to likely hire someone to do it. However, you probably want the groomer to have as little difficulty as possible cutting your dog's hair. One way to help decrease the amount of difficulty that the groomer has is to make sure that your dog is as calm as possible. You don't want a dog that is spazzing out, because this will cause the groomer to worry that your dog will move suddenly, accidentally causing the groomer to cut him or herself.
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