Category: Tips of the Month

Stay informed on innovations in pet care plus revisit the most common issues pet owners have

Dog Poop Scooper Review

  Having two large dogs and boarding dogs in my home as part of my business, I have to poop scoop my backyard once or twice a day for the safety of their health (see our Poop Scooping section), my back and my shoes.  Because of this, I’ve tried numerous poop scoopers on the market and… Read more »

Important Questions to Ask Your Pet Sitter

A pet is a companion, a part of the family, and he or she often feels like your child. It’s the same in a sense; you take care of your furry friend in a similar way, by providing love, food, and shelter from the elements. You provide a safe and happy life for the pet… Read more »

Halloween Safety Tips for Your Pets

No Scaredy Cats This Halloween: Top 10 Safety Tips for Pet Parents Attention, animal lovers, it’s almost the spookiest night of the year! The ASPCA recommends taking some common sense precautions this Halloween to keep you and your pet saying “trick or treat!” all the way to November 1. 1. No tricks, no treats: That… Read more »

Dog Walking 101 – Harness vs. Collar

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Collars – Not for Every Dog I get quite a few first-time dog owners that aren’t sure what they should use when walking their dogs.  The age-old standard is the collar, but more and more dogs are being walked with a harness instead.  They both have their goods and bads, so it’s up the the… Read more »

Dog Walking 101 – Trimming Your Dog’s Nails

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Clipped Nails Make for a Happier Dog I get quite a few of my dog walking and boarding clients asking if I clip dog nails.  I’m surprised to find out how few people actually do so on their own dogs.  After being charged between $12-$18 each time by a vet or groomer, I made myself… Read more »