Summer Safety Tips for your Pup


HYDRATE Just like humans, dogs can get heat exhaustion and dehydration when the temps are high.  Be sure to remember to offer fresh water often when outside in the heat.  Watch for signs of over-heating such as excessive panting and drooling, lethargic, dry gums, vomiting or diarrea. DON’T SHAVE COAT Often pet owners feel bad for their dog when they have a heavy coat.  Rest assured, your dog’s coat is designed to keep it cool in the summer and warm in the winter.  Regular brushing and trimming are recommended to keep the coat in tip-top shape. AVOID HOT PAVEMENT Remember that [...]

Summer Safety Tips for your Pup2023-10-23T15:18:21-05:00

Watch Your Dog’s Diet: What Your Dog Can and Can’t Eat


Dogs have a reputation for being able to eat anything and everything, but their digestive systems are not quite as hardy as we think. In reality, dogs should only be eating a high-quality dog food appropriate for their age and size. Ideally, you should ask your vet for his or her recommendation for the perfect non-GMO dog food for your unique canine. In any case, though, there are some foods to avoid completely. Print this list and keep it handy to avoid feeding Fido the wrong foods. Possible Irritants: Might Bother Your Dog/Cause Allergies Beef Chicken Corn Dairy Egg Fish Lamb [...]

Watch Your Dog’s Diet: What Your Dog Can and Can’t Eat2024-01-25T12:16:48-06:00

Puppy’s First Groom


Regular grooming is an important part of a dog’s routine, not only does it make them look and smell fantastic but it promotes healthy skin and coat for your dog. Most people love their puppy to be fluffy and because of this, tend to wait until 6 months or more to get them groomed for the first time because they don’t want their hair cut short. Waiting this long to groom your puppy for the first time can lead to matting of the coat and it can also be more stressful for an older dog. The best time to take your [...]

Puppy’s First Groom2024-01-25T12:26:40-06:00

Dos and Donts for Maintaining Your Dog’s Hygiene Between Groomings


Getting your dog groomed regularly is important, and leaving it to the experts is crucial. It’s unrealistic to take your dog in daily for a professional grooming, but it’s good to know the dos and donts for maintaining your dog’s hygiene between groomings. DOs DO gently brush your dog’s coat every other day to prevent knotting and matting, and to help control shedding. DO wipe any outdoor detritus from your canine’s coat with a damp towel as soon as you notice it. DO survey your dog’s body for ticks regularly, especially in warmer months. DO check your dog’s paws often to [...]

Dos and Donts for Maintaining Your Dog’s Hygiene Between Groomings2024-01-25T12:29:31-06:00
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