The Do’s and Don’ts of Puppy Socialization

As a dog trainer, I can’t say enough about how important it is to socialize your new puppy. Not only will proper socialization give you a well-adjusted adult dog, but it can prevent many problems from developing in the first place, especially those … Read More

Having a Companion Animal Keeps the Doctor Away

Having a Companion Animal Keeps the Doctor Away SHARE ON: Having a furry companion not only give us unconditional love and friendship – they also make us healthier. Karen is an actress who used to burn the candle at both ends. … Read More

10 Summer Pet-Safety Tips for Pet Sitters and Pet Owners

The rising temperatures signal the fun summer months of backyard barbecues, vacations and more time spent outside (with a cool drink in hand). But, the scorching days of summer can also present unique hazards for your pets. 1. Never leave … Read More

The Growing Problem of Obesity in Dogs and Cats

Obesity is defined as an accumulation of excessive amounts of adipose tissue in the body, and is the most common nutritional disorder in companion animals. Obesity is usually the result of either excessive dietary intake or inadequate energy utilization, which … Read More

Obesity in Dogs

In North America, obesity is the most common preventable disease in dogs. Approximately 25-30% of the general canine population is obese, with 40-45% of dogs aged 5-11 years old weighing in higher than normal. What is obesity? Obesity is an … Read More

The Calming Signals Most Humans Miss From Their Pets

Your dog has many ways of communicating with you, and you’re probably familiar with a number of them. A friendly tail wag to say hello, for instance, or a persistent pawing on your leg when it’s time for a treat. … Read More

10 Human Behaviors That Stress Dogs Out

Your dog can become stressed for a variety of reasons. For example, dogs on leashes typically feel stress when they encounter other dogs – especially if the other dog is off-leash. This is probably because it’s difficult for our canine … Read More

Home Safety Guide for Pet Owners

  To many of the 164 million American pet owners their animals are part of their family.1 Pet owners make huge investments in food, toys, and much more to ensure their companions have happy and fulfilling lives. Source: http://www.theatlantic.com   In … Read More

Top 5 Reasons to hire a Pet Sitter/Dog Walker:

Countless studies have detailed the benefits of using a Dog Walker to exercise and train their furry friends. Here are the Top 5 reasons it could be the right choice for your pet(s) today: Obesity, arthritis, heart disease, cancer, boredom, … Read More

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We are excited for you to check out all that we have to offer and everything about us. If you are interested in our services but don’t see something, please contact us so we can see if we can help … Read More

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