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 
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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.
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Top 5 Questions To Ask When Boarding Your Pet In A Kennel

Posted on: 13 June 2016

Whether you're family is going on vacation or you have a planned business trip, it isn't always possible to find a pet sitter to stay with your pup. One great alternative is to board your dog in a reputable kennel, such as Alpha K-9 Kennels. Before deciding on a facility, it is important that you arrange for a tour and have a few questions ready for the tour guide.  Will My Dog Get Time Outside?
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Two Winter Care Tips For Your Dog

Posted on: 25 January 2016

When you are a new dog owner, there are many things that may be on your mind when it comes to the new member of your family. Keeping your new dog as healthy and safe as possible likely weighs heavily on your mind as you begin to make them a true part of your household and become more and more attached to them. One of the factors that you may not have initially considered is the ways the season may affect the steps you take to care for your new dog.
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