Friday, March 29, 2013

Vet Office Etiquette

Now the vet staff knows you've probably got a hectic schedule not to mention a scared pet at the vet office! So we want to make this experience as fastly informative and worth your time as much as possible!

Here are the Do's and Dont's to be aware of when you're walking into your pet's vet office appointment!


Wednesday, March 27, 2013

The Benefits of Dog Day Care

As mentioned in a previous post Introducing A New Dog, Dog Parks, Dog Fights & Benefits of Dog Day Care

Here is a basic outline of why Pet Dog Day Care rocks,

  • Trained professionals supervising your dog with other dogs the entire time.
  • Aggressive dogs are pulled from day care and not allowed back.
  • Everyone has to be up to date on shots & flea medications.
  • Positive socialization benefits.
  • Relief from boredom while you're at work all day.

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    Sunday, March 24, 2013

    Introducing A New Dog, Dog Parks, Dog Fights & Benefits of Dog Day Care

    The How To on Socializing Your Dog

    Just like a mother to a child you're probably very protective of the scary encounters your dog will meet, as you should be! 

    Dogs are pack animals who live in a ranked hierarchy. There is the leader of the pack, who should be you, and at the bottom of the pack is your dog. There's nothing wrong with the bottom of the pack! Your dog will feel most comfortable and in line not being the boss of things. 

    Your dog and other dogs must figure out where they all rank in the pack while all the humans are at the top.

    Click read full article to
    • Dog Parks
    • Dog Day Care
    • How to break up a dog fight
    • Video on introduction


    Sunday, March 10, 2013

    5 Things Every Dog Owner Should Know

    I created a video on the topic, but read below for more information on the subject!


    Friday, March 8, 2013

    Cuddling Yellow Mutt Puppies

    What's more precious than puppies?
    • More puppies?
    • Smaller puppies?
    • Softer puppies?



    Thursday, March 7, 2013

    Ways to Relieve Puppy Teething

    A puppy is born without any teeth at all.

    Between the age of 4-7 months they receive their adult teeth.

    The average adult dog has 42 teeth for a total of 12 incisors, 4 canines, and 16 molars. 
    • Incisors: Grasps pieces of food to be placed into the mouth
    • Canines: Tears food to place back into the mouth.
    • Molars: Grinds food to be swallowed and digested.

    Let's discuss some simple ways to relieve your puppy from the pains he's experiencing with teething.


    Tuesday, March 5, 2013

    Facebook Gifts are REAL!

    About a month ago I received a notification from my friend saying she had bought me a gift on Facebook.

    Remember those 'gifts' we used to give each other that were just GIFS? Then Facebook decided to make you have to purchase these computer images for real money.

    Well now...there are actually gifts one can purchase and SEND to people to their house!
    Facebook Gifts that are real life!


    Monday, March 4, 2013

    Staying Hydrated For You & For Your Pet

    Let's face it, your body NEEDS water! Not only that but your body and your pet's body is mostly made of it so staying dehydrated is essential. 

    Try adding fruit to your water for flavor & extra vitamins!!!
    (Not suitable for animals, humans only)
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