Dogs certainly have different personalities, but sometimes people go overboard in ascribing human traits and characteristics to their pets. We can usually tell when our pets are happy or sad or bored, but is it really possible to know our pet’s outlook on life? Does your dog look at its bowl as half empty, or half full? A recent article in the Washington Post suggests that different animals may, indeed, see the world differently.
Besides acting like an I.D. bracelet for your dog, the collar and its companion, the leash, are the most important tools you have for walking and training your dog. So what collar is best for your dog? It depends on the breed, size, temperament, and health of your pet and the activity in which you’ll be using it. Let’s look at some different types and talk about what they are best suited for.
Unless you’re the owner of a non-shedding breed like a Yorkie, Dachshund or Bichon Frise, picking up loose hair that your dog leaves on your floors, furniture and clothing comes with the joys of having your fuzzy buddy around. Plenty of vacuum cleaners say they’re good at sweeping up pet hair, and maybe they are, but do they really get the job done right? Here are some products that do.
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An application and waiver is required.
Your dog will be inspected upon drop off. We will get specific instructions from you then.
Appointments are required!
There are three drop off options:
You may drop off your dog in the morning and it can participate in daycare for a half day. Half days are $12. Your dog will then go down to be groomed between 12 and 2 and we will call you when they are done.
You may drop off your dog in the morning and pick up in the evening. Your dog will be groomed and taken out for a couple of potty breaks but will otherwise stay in the grooming salon.