Dogs Best Friend

As a dog owner, learning how to be a dogs best friend is crucial. Dogs have been said to be man’s best friend since the beginning of time. There are so many people who will adopt a puppy without really knowing what it takes to become that dog’s best friend. You should be ready for a long-term commitment, which will entail a number of things to make your canine companion feel at home. There are a number of things that you can do so as to become dogs best friend. . .
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Canine Obesity

Humans tend to adore the plump and pudgy appearance of their dogs. However, as a dog owner, you need to be responsible and keep your dogs healthy to avoid canine obesity. There are numerous health risks that are associated with dog obesity. To prevent your dogs from gaining too much weight, the calories that they are burning should exceed the amount of their calorie intake. This may sound so simple, but in reality, it’s not. Let us first examine the causes of the overweight dogs.
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Rescue Dogs Adoption

When you are thinking about bringing a dog into your life, a rescue dog adoption is a great way of adding a new family member to your home. However, not all dogs are right for everyone, and many loving dogs end up in shelters across the world. A dog adoption helps make sure that you are the right owner for the dog and that the dog is right for your family. Here are the amazing benefits of adopting a rescue dog.
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dog of the month february 2017 is beanie

dog of the month february 2017 is beanie This handsome weenie dog is Beanie and he is our February 2017 Dog of the Month and we think he is pretty special. Read More

Just like humans take care of their feet, your dog’s paws should also be taken care of. Their feet can be hurt by harsh weather conditions especially during winter, pebbles as they walk, hot pavement types and other injuries while walking or running. This winter, the best thing is that you can protect dog paws in various ways. Besides buying dog boots, you can use a balm, do regular grooming and use home remedies especially to prevent cracking. Read More

When you have a canine friend, and you want them to interact with other dogs, you also want to ensure that they are on their best behavior. DDG Doggy daycare has become a common term for most dog owners in the Tri-Cities area who do not know how to deal with certain behavior that their dogs have. Shy dogs are said to have poor social skills, and through our doggy daycare, they can connect with other dog friends. If you have noticed that your dog appears to be reserved, even when you take him/her to dog parks, you may want to consider Dog Day Getaway’s doggy daycare.
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The importance of teaching your dog not to jump on people, or other dogs, cannot be overstated. From health benefits to creating a friendly living environment, today DDG looks at simple ways you can teach your dog how to not jump on people as well as why it’s important.
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Peanut is the Dog of The Month at DDG

Peanut January 2017 DOTM We are so excited to have this spunky and energetic Morkie, Peanut, as the DDG January 2017 Dog of the Month Read More

A lot of people are setting their dogs to our tri-cities doggy daycare on a regular basis. However, there are still some pet owners who are wondering why they need to do so and believe their dog may not like to be with other dogs. For them, it is only an added expense that’s unnecessary. But the truth is that there are lots of benefits dogs, and their owners, get from dog day care in the Tri-Cities.
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Marlow December Dog of the Month 2016

Marlow December Dog of the Month 2016 Merry Christmas Marlow! Marlow is Dog Day Getaway’s December 2016 Dog of the Month. Let’s find out more about him…

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