3 Tips For Training Your Dog

Posted on: 23 March 2015

Dog training is a lot of work. Many dog owners become frustrated with training their dog because they feel like it takes too much effort and are not seeing the results quickly enough. It is important to be patient with your dog and understand, that just like humans, learning new skills and behaviors take time. Here are a couple tips for helping both you and your pet succeed with dog training.
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Is Your Dog Ready For Doggy Daycare?

Posted on: 18 March 2015

If you are thinking about putting your dog in pet day care, but are not sure how he will react, here are some behaviors and health issues to check for.  Is Your Dog in Good Health? If your dog is healthy, playful, spayed or neutered, and up-to-date with his vaccinations, chances are he is ready to go to doggy daycare. Make sure your dog is current on his shots, including;
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Four Good Reasons To Use Pet Boarding

Posted on: 16 March 2015

While traveling with your dog or cat can be enjoyable, there are times when taking your pet along with you is just not possible. Maybe you have to go out of town on business, visit a relative who is allergic to pet hair or to attend a family funeral-- all places where it would be awkward to bring your pet. If you remember pet boarding facilities from generations past, you might hesitate to board your pet while you're away.
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Become A Grooming Buddy For Your Aging Cat

Posted on: 25 February 2015

Grooming is a habit that cats learn at an early age. WebVet says that cats will spend almost 50 percent of their day on grooming activities. But as a cat ages, and their muscles become less flexible, grooming may become more difficult. They'll spend less time grooming, and their health can suffer for it. You can become a grooming buddy for your cat and make sure they stay in good shape.
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