Author Archives: Heather Larrison

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PetAirapy

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We have recently installed a PetAirapy system into our HVAC units to help with the rise in Kennel Cough in our area! Here is some information about what PetAirapy does! Feel free to visit their website for more information! When an infected animal coughs, sneezes or sheds dander, they release pathogens into the air via […]

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Rate Change 2018

Coming June 1st we will have a few changes to our rates! Please look over this list and plan accordingly! If you already have a daycare pass, you can still use your pass as usual! For any questions feel free to give us a call! Daycare Full Day:$20 Half Day: $10 Packages: 5 Day Pass: […]

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Dog Days Summer Camp 2018

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It’s The Dog Days of Summer! With the temperature rising we are very worried about the heat this summer and how it will affect our playtime! When the temperatures are too hot we are forced to bring our guests indoors to play, where we have limited play areas. This limits the amount of time our guests […]

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February Pet of Month: Yuki AND Nixie!

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   In honor of February and our Fundraising events we have chosen this fun duo as our PETS of the month! Yuki and Nixie are two peas in a pod, these two pooches just love each other! Yuki met Nixie during his days of daycare and they were instantly best friends! Nixie was in need […]

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February Fundraiser!

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For the entire month of February we will be supporting our rescues! When you stop by don’t forget to sponsor one of our rescues with a minimum $10 donation! All proceeds go straight to the rescues care and their organization and you will have an appreciation heart put on our wall. Gift baskets will also […]

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January Pet of the Month: Bobbi!

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Mud Baths for Dry, Irritated Skin

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Cold Weather Tips from the ASPCA

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Cold Weather Safety Tips Exposure to winter’s dry, cold air and chilly rain, sleet and snow can cause chapped paws and itchy, flaking skin, but these aren’t the only discomforts pets can suffer. Winter walks can become downright dangerous if chemicals from ice-melting agents are licked off of bare paws. To help prevent cold weather […]

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December Pet of the Month: Coal

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We love you buddy!

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November Pet of the Month… Collin!

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If Collin doesn’t charm you with his good looks, his personality will sure do the trick! He is a fun loving, happy-go-lucky kind of guy! He loves to play, snuggle, and especially loves cake at birthday parties! We always know that it will be a good time when Collin arrives! He has never met a […]

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