4 Reasons to Hire a Dog Walker

Amber Johnson-Drake
Some dog lovers are home frequently and have the ability to provide their dog with the exercise he or she needs throughout the day. And, of course, provide their dogs with the potty breaks and mental stimulation they need to remain happy and healthy. Unfortunately, in today’s world, this isn’t always a realistic situation. Most people go to work for 8 hour days without a sufficient amount of time to return home until the work day is complete. 

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COVID-Related Separation Anxiety When Returning to the Workplace

Amber Johnson-Drake
COVID has had an impact on all of us including our pets. For us, staying home meant a substantial reduction in our interactions with other people. Our pets, on the other hand, likely gained a significant amount of socialization time. They undoubtedly embraced the extra time and attention they received as a result of our increased presence at home. However, when pet owners return to work, it's not easy for them to understand why we are no longer able to be around as frequently.

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How To Keep Your Dog Calm During Fireworks

Robbi Hess

July 4th is fast approaching and many pet parents are worried. Fireworks displays cause many dogs anxiety and stress because of the loud booms to the squealing noises and the bright lights. Pet parents who have dogs who are terrified of fireworks displays and even thunder and lightning storms may find their dogs cowering under the bed, barking and whining or clawing at the door to try to get away from the noise. 

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