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Concerned About Care For Your Recently Adopted Pup While At Work? Consider Daytime Pet Boarding

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Leaving your new puppy alone while at work can be a recipe for disaster since your puppy will likely not be trained well just yet. If you’re eager to make your puppy comfortable while you’re away for work, it’s vital that you look into what they can do during the day. Boarding your dog at a dog boarding facility that offers daycare services is a smart move. If you’re still uncertain about whether day boarding is a good idea for your dog, consider the following benefits that this decision will come with. Read More»

Three Tips To Keep Your Dog Healthy At Daycare And Boarding

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Dog daycares and boarding facilities are a great place to get your dog some much-needed socialization time and keep him safe when you have to be away from home. However, just like human daycare facilities are a great way to spread germs among children, dog daycare facilities are a breeding ground for germs. Your dog doesn’t have to get sick from going to daycare or boarding; the following tips will help you keep your furry friend safe and healthy so he can enjoy time with his friends. Read More»

Adopting a Puppy? Make It a Priority to Get Routine Dog Grooming

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Puppies can be a handful of work, but introducing a new member to the family, especially one that can bond with everyone so easily, is a rewarding experience. There is something special about seeing your own puppy grow up, as opposed to adopting an adult dog, even though both situations can provide you with lots of happiness. It is crucial to spend a lot of time getting your puppy used to everything that they will experience in life. Read More»

Should You Take Your Cat On Vacation?

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You’re going on vacation and will be staying in pet-friendly lodgings. Should you bring your cat with you? Typically, the answer to that question is no. However, there are a few exceptions. Most cats don’t like change. Extended travel time, when they’re confined to a cat carrier with no litterbox access, can also be very stressful for them. Arriving and adjusting to a new temporary home, with its strange sights and smells, can take a toll on your pet’s nerves. Read More»

How To Help Your Dog Stay Calm For Pet Grooming

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Pet grooming services help your dog’s health, beauty, and overall well-being. Taking your dog to be groomed on a regular basis can help avoid issues like thrush and reduce parasite infestation. If your dog has never been professionally groomed, your canine companion might freak out. Use the following methods to help your dog stay calm. Establish a Routine Establish a clear routine with your dog. That’s the most important factor in helping your dog feel calm during the pet grooming appointment as well as the commute going to and from the facilities. Read More»

Why You Should Consider Dog Daycare When Remodeling Your New Home

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Remodeling your home can help build value, transform an older home into something similar in modern homes, and even add more function for large families. While there are plenty of benefits that come with remodeling, one drawback is that it can be difficult to begin if you have a dog. Instead of working around the remodeling project with your dog at home, consider the benefits of relying on dog daycare. Read More»

The Most Common Mistakes Dog Owners Make When Purchasing A Kennel

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For many pet owners, one of the first purchases that comes along with a new dog is a kennel to keep them safe outdoors. Unfortunately, all kennels are not created equally, and it’s not as simple as setting it up and sitting the dog inside. Here’s a look at some of the most common mistakes people make when purchasing a kennel for their dog, and what you can do instead. Read More»

Tips To Help You Cure Your Maine Coon's Matted Fur

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It can be frustrating to see your Maine Coon’s fur become matted even if you regularly bathe and brush it. However, there are definitely some things you can do to fix this problem. Here are some tips to help your Maine Coon’s appearance get back on track. 1. Focus on the Undercoat The good news is that even though the Maine Coons are a long-haired breed, their grooming should be minimal compared to other long-haired breeds because their undercoat is less dense. Read More»

What To Look For In A Pet Boarding Facility

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If you are going on a trip and you can’t take your pet with you, and have no one to care for it, it’s time to find a pet boarding facility you can use. It’s great to get your pet familiar with a pet boarding facility so they can go there if you are ever in a bind, and you know they feel comfortable with their surroundings. Here are a few things you’ll want to consider when you look at the requirements the boarding facility requests. Read More»

Two Spa-Quality, Natural Dog Shampoos You Can Make At Home

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Sometimes your dog needs a little freshening up between grooming appointments. If you decide to give your dog a bath, it’s important to use a mild shampoo that won’t irritate the skin or damage the hair. There are plenty of gentle, natural dog shampoos on the market, but when you make your own, you know exactly what is in it. Here are two spa-quality, natural dog shampoo recipes that will help restore your pooch to his or her clean, fresh self without itching, flaky skin or hair loss. Read More»