The Importance Of Mental Stimulation

Do you ever wonder why your dog never tires out, even after long hours of fetch, walks, or running at the dog park? Mental Stimulation is important for a dog’s overall health, often getting forgotten. Mental Stimulation will keep a dog’s mind engaged, active, and learning. Many dogs who do not receive a form of Mental Stimulation can become bored,

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Happy BARK-tober! With Halloween approaching, the costumes and trick-or-treat festivities begin! It’s important to remember that the constant ringing of the doorbell and increase in people may cause stress to your dog. Here are some helpful tips on how to keep your dog safe and happy!  Create a safe space. This could be the kennel or a room with the

Can I Board a Sick Dog?

In case you were wondering, yes, dogs can get colds too! While a dog can’t catch an illness from you (except potentially certain types of influenza, new experts are saying), they can have their own version of a cold, and they can have a variety of other viruses that leave them symptomatic and wanting to lay around all day just

How to Vacation with a Dog

Summer is almost here!  Time to pack a bag and the kids and head out on the summer trip of your dreams! But who’s going to take care of your furry friends? If you’re hoping to take your precious pup on a trip with you, you need to make a few extra plans ahead of time. Traveling Has your dog

Does the Fence Shock Collar Hurt my Dog?

Many people stick with a traditional fence option because they are nervous about shock collars. They worry it will hurt their dog, which is the last thing they want to do. Your nerves are understandable, but the “shock” a dog receives won’t hurt your dog at all. In-ground or invisible fencing is a great, safe, reliable option to keep your

How to Stop Your Dog from Digging and Chewing

Are you struggling with a dog that is digging up your yard or chewing on things he shouldn’t be, like shoes? Digging and chewing in general are cries for help. Dogs need mental and physical stimulation, and if they are having these issues, it’s a clear sign they may not be getting enough of either. To help your dog through

What to Put in your Doggie Bag: Preparing to Board

It’s time for vacation! Your bags are packed, the reservations are confirmed, and the tickets have been printed. You’ve made arrangements for a family friend to watch the house and water the plants every night. You’ve found the perfect boarding facility for your dog. Time to sit back and relax. But wait: have you packed your dog’s bag yet? Credible

Tips to Ensure Your Dog Enjoys Boarding

Going out of town for a few days? Whether you’re going on a business trip or relaxing on vacation for a few days, you’re probably finalizing plenty of last-minute details. Have you thought about what you’re going to do with your favorite four-legged friend? If you can’t take your pet with you on vacation and you can’t leave your perky

How Do You Know It’s the Best Boarding Kennel for Your Four-Legged Family Member?

When your dog’s tail starts to wag, ears perk up, tongue falls out, drool hits the floor, starts excitedly barking, and can’t sit still, your pup knows it’s at their favorite kennel for the week. There are many logistics to figure out before taking a business trip or family vacation. What are you going to do with your four-legged family