Checking Your Dog Into A Kennel For The Holidays? 4 Steps To Make Sure They Have A Safe And Enjoyable Stay

Posted on: 13 November 2017
If you're going to be traveling during the holidays, now's the time to start making plans for your canine family members, especially if they won't be traveling with you. The last thing you want to do is forget to make arrangements for the care of your dogs while you're away from home. If you've never left your dog in a kennel before, you might not be aware of all the steps that are involved in getting things ready.
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Three Tips To Keep Your Pet Calm At The Grooming Salon

Posted on: 27 February 2017
Going to the groomer can be a difficult time for many dogs, especially if this is their first-ever grooming session or if they are going to a new groomer for the first time. However, you don't have to put your dog on "Puppy Prozac" to get them through their grooming appointment. The following tips take a little time and effort, but are well worth doing to make sure your dog has a calming, relaxing time at the groomer.
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3 Reasons To Hire A Pet Sitter Vs. Taking Your Cat To A Kennel

Posted on: 26 December 2016
If you are going on vacation or are otherwise going to be away for a while, you might be thinking about taking your cat to a kennel while you are gone. However, there is an option that seems to be a better choice for many cat owners and their feline companions: a pet sitter who will stop by your home and take care of your cat while you're on your trip.
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Adopting A Dog With Known Behavior Problems? Tips For You

Posted on: 14 October 2016
When you are a person who prefers to adopt dogs from humane societies or shelters rather than purchase puppies from breeders, you may find yourself in many situations in which the dogs available for adoption have behavior problems. If you decide to adopt one of those dogs with known behavior problems and issues, you may wonder what you can do to help them better transition into your home and overcome those behavior issues to be the good dog that you know is inside of them.
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