Good things don’t come cheap and such daycare centers for your dog is the perfect example of this. But doggie daycare is well worth the money. You should definitely consider a doggie daycare facility for your pet if you are on the lookout for a place where your dog can have a blast while you are away for the day.
Reason to Opt For Daycare for Dogs
1. Your dog gets to socialize…
Added by LocalDogWalker on January 30, 2012 at 6:15am — No Comments
If you want to dote on your dog or provide the best kitten care, there are certain things you must do. From buying the best cat food to taking you pooch for long walks (even in winter), there’s no shortage of ways you can become the best pet owner.
Here are several ways to rack up Brownie points with your cute canine or feisty feline:
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Nobody wants their dog to be lonely and that is what your dog is going to be if you leave him or her alone for a long time. You know that your pet deserves special attention and doesn’t deserve to be cooped up in your house all day and all night. If you are planning to leave your dog at your neighbor’s house or with a friend, wait and think about this before doing so. While it might seem like a convenient idea to you, you need to stop and first think how comfortable your pet is going to…Continue
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Combine a writer, marketer, public relations manager, business manager, communications specialist, strategist, researcher, techie, customer support representative, graphics designer, host(ess), entertainer, pet food expert, advocate, and social media guru... and what do you get?
Dog Talk's "Survey Lite" provides a rapid way to collect data about dogs and their owners and to encourage pet parents and pet professionals to participate in the project. Our recent "Lite" question asks participants where they acquired their dog. The bar graph below reports current results. (2012 surveys will target a variety of pet professionals, including veterinarians, veterinary technicians, trainers, nutritionists, and rescue/shelter staff - Coming soon!). Visit Dog Talk to learn more…Continue
Added by Linda P. Case on January 20, 2012 at 9:31am — No Comments
Seeing your beloved pet in pain can be extremely distressful and can leave you feeling helpless and miserable. Stiff joints in dogs, limpness and a fever can all result from orthopaedic issues and it is essential to have any abnormalities checked out as soon as possible.
Here are 5 ways to help ease your pet’s problems:
1. Consult a vet
If you think…Continue
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Android smartphone users can now receive one-touch mobile access to Petfood Industry with a full-featured App, which joins the iPhone and iPad Apps already offered.…Continue
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A panel of experts convened in December 2011 predicted the price of corn and other commodity ingredients would moderate this year after record-setting price hikes last year. Though these experts are part of the poultry industry, their predictions might hold insights (and good news) for petfood manufacturers, too.…
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Dog sitting has become a common feature in so many households. When you decide to hire a Dog sitter Atlanta, the more information you give them about your dog’s routine the better for your dog it will be. If you have more than one dog, then it is important for you to have a good idea on what these facts are all about. In this article you will find some…Continue
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