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Canine Enrichment … what we do all day!

Canine Enrichment for Dog Daycare and Dog Boarding (Lynnwood, Wa) - As an owner of a dog daycare I am often asked what we do all day. Do the dogs play? What do they play with? Do they make friends or just sit there? When do you feed them? And the list can go on and on. So much of what we 'do' all day is really characteristic of the group of dogs that are physically here visiting at any given time, but there are some similarities day to day. Here is a fun way of looking at our day...

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Wedding Trend Alert: Puppy Bouquets

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Dog daycare and pet sitting just became mainstream with a new normal in the world of pets. A fun and furry wedding trend is emerging this season with brides choosing to carry puppies instead of flowers. The way it works is that the bride invites a local shelter to bring along a specified number of puppies for each bridesmaid, groomsmen to carry down the aisle. The pups are averrable for adoption once the pictures and proceeding are complete. Crazy or creative? Apparently it is all the rage. I don't know about you, but I think I would be starting at...

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Top 6 Reasons to Bring You Pup To Dog Daycare …

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Dog Daycare and Dog Boarding (Lynnwood, Wa) We love the question "why bring my dog to daycare" because it opens a conversation that can literally go on forever! There are so many reasons to bring your pup to a quality, clean and well managed dog daycare. Just image you had to stay at your house all day and all night just waiting for the moment your human decided to bring you along for a car ride only to discover you are at ... the vet (or) the groomer. Now, there is nothing wrong with taking your pup to either of...

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First Aid Tips For Your Pup

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Dog daycare and Dog Boarding (Lynnwood, WA) First Aid Tips for Your Pup by Sasha Reinke Hello fellow pup parents. Let face it, it is tough getting a read on your pup sometimes. They act like nothing is wrong until they really feel awful. So, here is an easy to follow diagram showing the basics of first aid at home. Remember, always refer to your vet's recommendations regarding your particular pup, especially if you dog has a preexisting condition. These tip will get you thought the basics.  

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