Posts Tagged ‘Senior dogs’

3 EZ Ways To Help A New Dog Settle In

Settling Into A New Home Congratulations on acquiring a new puppy or adult dog! How do you help a new dog settle in? Laurel Saville, UW-AAB of Rag Tag Dog Training in Vashon, WA has both experience and know how. Here are her 3 E-z ways to help a new dog settle in. “After years…

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What’s In Your Dog’s Cookie Jar?

      What’s In Your Dog’s Cookie Jar? You can fill your dog’s cookie jar anytime and with any treats, but make sure the cookies or treats have wholesome ingredients that are healthy for your pet. Grocery stores, pet stores and on-line shopping sites tout all sorts of dog treats but none of them…

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Giving Pet Meds

Giving Pet Meds What We Do When giving Pet Meds Your pet’s health and well being is always our primary concern.  Often pets have a condition or health need that requires medication.  Fondren 5 Star Pet Resort wants you to have the peace of mind that administering  pet meds will be a priority and done…

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Teeth Brushing

The Truth About Teeth Brushing If the truth about teeth brushing be known, many pet parents are mistakenly unconcerned about their pet’s oral health. Maybe their dog changed his name to Fang when they tried teeth brushing and they gave up after the first attempt. Perhaps they think all dogs have bad breath. The truth…

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TLC As Your Pet Ages

Our TLC (Tender Loving Care) Package is as good as gold as your pet ages. With the typical average life span for dogs and cats hovering between 10-15 years and pets turning into Seniors at age seven, have you thought about upgrading your pet’s activities? If your Senior dog could talk, what would he or…

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