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.
[Read More]

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.
[Read More]

What Are The Different Types Of Dog Groomers?

Posted on: 10 November 2016

Regular dog grooming is an important part of keeping your dog healthy, clean, and looking its best. Many dog owners do their own grooming at home or take their dogs to the vet to be groomed. While these are both good options, there are other ways to have your dogs groomed regularly. These are some different types of dog groomers that some dog owners may not be aware of. Pet Salons 
[Read More]

Going Away And Using A Pet Sitter? 5 Ways To Make Things Easier For You, Them, And Your Pet

Posted on: 24 August 2016

Using a pet sitter can give you a big sense of relief if you are going off on a trip and need to leave your pet at home. To make everything easier for you, your sitter, and your pet, follow the advice below. Have Them Visit Before Your Departure It can be jarring for your pet to have a stranger walk into the house, especially when you aren't there. To make your pet more comfortable while you're away, set up a time or two for the sitter to come around and interact with them before you leave on your trip.
[Read More]