Truman sporting his pink tutu and having a blast with the hose…
The mercury is rising, and your dogs are just as sensitive to the heat as you are. Make sure they are staying safe and cool.
Heat stroke in dogs, with a body temperature of 104 or more, is very dangerous. Here’s a brief guide from the Red Cross on how to recognize and treat heat stroke in dogs. Please read it and be prepared.
Always think your actions through and never neglect your dog. Stay cool!
Watch pint-sized Amadeus sink every single ball on the table!
We have always believed that your pets should be treated as you would your own child, and a recent study has shown that the relationship between a dog and its owner is extremely similar to a child-parent relationship.
Our dogs need our attention and encouragement to feel truly comfortable in new situations. This is one of the main reasons that we require a meet-and-greet with all new dogs. The owner’s presence and involvement in the meeting gives their dog the confidence boost they need to feel relaxed. We want your furry kids to be at home in our house and to hopefully feel like a part of our family as well.
Call or email us to set up an appointment. We’re sure we’ll love your dog, and we hope your dog will like us too!