With the summer winding down and the kids going back to school – or you leaving your home office to go back to work – means everything can change for your dog.
Separation anxiety is a result of stress, depression, and anxiety that is usually triggered by the separation of people dogs are attached to. Dogs developing separation anxiety is very common, especially as COVID-19 restrictions start to ease up and paw parents go back to work or school.
We are excited that we have been given permission to re-open our Grooming Salon. We know the value of this service and know that your dogs need to be groomed. Here are more details.
We have received numerous inquiries lately about dogs acting differently and how they may be feeling the effects of COVID-19. Stress is being felt by all-humans and canines. This article discusses how to be aware of stress within your dog and yourself.
So what is keeping you and your dog busy during this difficult time? Walks are a possibility but maybe you are looking for more. We would like to share some tips that the Canadian Kennel Club shared…