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29
May 2018
How tо Chесk Your Dоg fоr Tiсkѕ

Tiсkѕ are раrаѕitеѕ thаt саn bе deadly tо оur pets, other animals, аnd tо humаnѕ. Tiсkѕ саn be present anywhere – from deep wооdѕ and urban раrkѕ to our very own bасkуаrdѕ. Althоugh ticks are соmmоnlу thought of as inѕесtѕ, thеу аrе асtuаllу blood-sucking arachnids likе ѕсоrрiоnѕ, spiders, аnd mites. Adult tiсkѕ аttасh thеmѕеlvеѕ tо thе tips оf grass blаdеѕ аnd vegetation аnd trаnѕfеr thеmѕеlvеѕ onto раѕѕing animals оr humans. Ticks are not very mоbilе; thеу rely оn passing аnimаlѕ tо bоth fееd on and fоr trаnѕроrtаtiоn. Thе tiсk will аttасh itself tо......

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22
May 2018
Do’s & Don’ts for Greeting Dogs

Did you know that there is a proper protocol for dogs when it comes to saying hello? Especially for dogs that you may not have met before. Fortunately, we’re paw-fessionals when it comes to understanding dog body language and behavior.  Here are some tips that our fur-bulous staff uses for greeting doggies:   DON’T Don’t lean over the dog and stick your hand in its face. Don’t lean over the dog and stick your hand on top of its head. Don’t grab or hug. Don’t stare them in the eyes (this is......

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15
May 2018
Good Reasons to Take Your Dog for a Walk

Do you walk your dog? How often? Every day? Sporadically? No matter which category you may fit into, you should keep walking your dog – and often.  Why? Walking your dog will not only put some more pep in your step, it will also provide many other benefits for you and your dog.  Walking your dog every day will keep him in good health, reduce unwanted behaviors, and build his overall confidence! Walking your dog will keep him in good health over the years. Just like in humans, exercise for dogs will......

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08
May 2018
Stores That Welcome Your Dog

Spring has sprung! Summer is on the way! Nothing puts us in the mood for shopping more than… well, who are we kidding? Everything puts us in the mood to shop. Shopping can be so much fun with your trusty, furry sidekick. Hey… they are always excited to go and never ask for anything, right?  Thankfully, many more stores have seemingly adopted dog-friendly paw-licies. Check out our roundup of 20 national stores that are opening their doors to dogs: Half-Price Books Academy Sports Abercrombie and Fitch Michaels Hobby Lobby Ross Sephora Tiffany......

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01
May 2018
Microchip Your Pet for May!

May is National Chip Your Pet Month Did you know that 1 in 3 pets will get lost in their lifetime? Heart breaking, but true! Have you ever wondered what your life would be like if you lost your cat or dog became lost forever? While that’s not the most pleasant topic to think about, you must always be diligent in your preparedness as pet parents.  While you can’t completely guarantee that your dog or cat will be returned to you should he become lost, you can do ONE thing that will......

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17
Apr 2018
How to Keep Your Dog from Digging in Your Garden

Does your dog love to chew up your flower garden? Does he like to dig? If your answer is yes – we get it. As pet sitters, we’ve just about seen it all. While some dogs can be destructive to plants and other valued things, there are steps you can take to curb this behavior, and it doesn’t have to be painful for either one of you. Here are some simple suggestions to get your dog to stop digging up your garden.   #1 – Is Your Dog Getting Enough Walk Time?......

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10
Apr 2018

Your fur-kid tells you he loves you all the time, but perhaps you aren’t paying attention. Here are the “I love you” messages you might be missing: They finish their dinner and belch in your face. They bring you gifts. Like dead birds. They give you the silent treatment when you leave for work because they miss you. They act like you’ve been gone a year when you get home. Even if it’s only been 5 minutes. They wink at you. They “hug” your legs. They take up your whole bed OR......

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03
Apr 2018
5 Tips to Get Your Dog to Walk in the Rain

Your dog needs to go potty and get some exercise, but it’s raining like, well, cats and dogs. What to do? Should you take your furry friend out in the storm? Or should you let him run outside for a quick break and then beeline it back into the house until the weather clears?   First Thing’s First: Listen To Your Dog (By His Body Language) The answer is, what does your dog want? While some dogs love the water and won’t mind getting wet to have some time outside, others would......

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20
Mar 2018

We’ve compiled a list of the top 5 things your pet would probably do if he did indeed have opposable thumbs. Spend More Time with Their Sitter – They would get online and book more dog-walks and pet-sits with Next Level Pet Care because we are the coolest cats ever. Give You the Thumbs Up – They would probably give you the thumbs-up for being such an awesome pet parent. Hitchhike to the Park – With thumbs, your pet could easily hitchhike his way to the park if you’re too busy to......

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13
Mar 2018

New blooms, new pollen, and shedding of old coats; That’s what Spring is for many pet owners.  Spring brings in a great opportunity for dog owners to really pamper and maintain their dog’s amazing fur coats.  It will be a much-needed relief for them to receive some help from their owners, getting that excess fur off them, while preparing them for nature’s most obnoxious and potentially harmful foreign elements.   Brush Them Well Regardless of if your dog has long hair or short, you should help them alleviate all that leftover winter......

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