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  • Classes Starting Monday, Aug 28th: *5:45PM Canine Good Citizen prep class *6:45PM Creative Movement Class 1 *7:45PM Creative Movement Class 2
  • Classes Starting Thursday, Aug 31st:*5:45PM Puppy Class (12wks-24wks old) Small Breed *6:45PM Puppy Class (12wks-24wks old) Large Breed * 7:45PM Intro to Rally
  • Classes Starting Saturday, Sept 2nd: *10:30AM Basic manners (only 5 wks; no closs Sept 16th) $119
  • Classes Starting Tuesday,  Sept 5th: *6:00PM Grooming Essentials, this is a 4-week class for $99 you also receive in-store coupons
  • Classes Starting Wednesday,  Sept 6th: *6:15PM Urban Herding *7:15PM Paw-lattes, these are 4-week classes for $99

**  Cost for all classes $129(unless it states differently) for 6 weeks, please call or stop by to sign up for classes, Online Calendar is under maintenance.
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No Dog Left Behind!Featured

No Dog Left Behind!

Separation anxiety in dogs is when a dog cannot cope with its owner leaving the house and with having to be left to his own devices.

It’s important to prevent separation anxiety from occurring in dogs as it can lead to concerning behavior in your dog. If you feel your dog may be suffering from separation anxiety or you would like to prevent your dog from suffering from it, this article will be of interest to you.

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  January 7, 2012   No comments
Separation Anxiety

Separation Anxiety

The usual symptom for separation anxiety is destructive behavior: a dog may chew on things in the house, turn over furniture, use the restroom inside the house where he or she knows it’s not allowed, and bark excessively. And for most dogs these behaviors can be curbed, although it is a difficult behavior to change […]

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  May 10, 2018   No comments
Doggie Health Tips:  Keeping A Dog’s Teeth Healthy

Doggie Health Tips: Keeping A Dog’s Teeth Healthy

Dog teeth do require some regular maintenance. In fact, it’s important, for a dog’s long-term dental health, to have his or her teeth cleaned routinely. No, you don’t need to keep to the same human-type rigorous routine of twice-daily brushings and once-daily flossing, but you do need to keep to some type of regular schedule; […]

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  April 7, 2018   No comments
Dog Barking

Dog Barking

Depending on the circumstances dog barking is both a welcome or unwelcome sound. A dog is going to bark for any number of reasons; it’s a dog’s way of communicating. A dog may bark when he or she is excited—happy or nervous—or when he or she is acting on protective instincts. But not always is […]

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  March 4, 2018   No comments