Boarding a Dog With Dementia—Is It Possible?

Posted on: 24 March 2021

Dementia is an all too common condition, with one in seven Americans over the age of 70 living with this cognitive disorder. Dogs can also be affected by a form of dementia, known as canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD). This affects a surprisingly high percentage of dogs, most typically over the age of 11, with some estimates suggesting that up to 60% of older dogs can experience the condition. As a pet parent, this can put you in a difficult position when you need to board your dog.
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Work From Home? 3 Reasons To Utilize Dog Daycare On Occasion

Posted on: 7 July 2020

As an individual who works from home, you may find that keeping distractions to a minimum can play a substantial role in determining your level of productivity. If you own a dog who usually stays at home while you are working, you should consider getting dog daycare on occasion. An excellent way to make use of this service is to understand when this service is most beneficial.  Deadlines When you experience any tight deadlines regarding work, you should not hesitate to bring your dog in for daycare for a single day or even multiple days in a row.
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Does Your Dog Need Day Boarding?

Posted on: 17 October 2019

Welcoming a dog into your family can enhance your life in many ways. Caring for your new furry friend can also create some unique challenges that you will need to address in order to ensure your pet is safe and happy at all times. New owners who work long hours during the week may be wondering if leaving their pet home alone is acceptable. Many dogs do well when left to their own devices, but some require more hands-on care to prevent destructive behaviors.
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Food Tips For Senior Dogs

Posted on: 14 May 2019

As your dog gets older, it's natural to become more concerned about their health and dietary needs. Senior dogs have much different dietary needs than a younger pup. Weight issues, problem absorbing nutrients, and problems eating can all affect your older dog. The following tips can help you meet these dietary challenges so your best friend stays healthy. Keep on top of dental health Issues with tooth decay can affect your dog's eating habits.
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