Tag Archives: Dogs

New Year (late post!)

It’s hard to believe it is already the end of January, in 2020!! Time seems to fly by so fast, particularly when we are busy! Did you make New Year Resolutions this year? I typically shy away from making them for a multitude of reasons, but this year I do have a few resolutions.  One […]

Get to Know us: Featuring Sara

Growing up I was known as the artist and animal lover in my family. As a child I rode horses every weekend in Huntington Beach and helped care for a menagerie of pets over the years, including parrots, finches, guinea pigs, hamsters, snakes, fish, dogs, cats, a rabbit and a rat. I moved to Portland […]

Fun Moments at Sea Spot Walk

We fall in love with all of our fur baby clients at Sea Spot Walk. This video features just a few of the adorable quirks we get to see out of our fur babies on a daily basis. Enjoy!

Treat or No Treat?

Certified Obedience Trainer, Jamie, shows us how to get our pups to respond to commands even without a treat present.

Foxtails and Burrs; Hazards for your Dog

After the rains, and once we get into summer time here in Southern California, all of our weeds and grass that have grown in nice and thick, begin to dry out. Which brings out one of our main concerns; foxtails. A foxtail is a spikelet or cluster of grass that serves to disperse its seeds […]

Tips from an Obedience Trainer: Consistency Rule

Certified Obedience Trainer, Jamie, Shows us how to implement the Consistency Rule.

Tips from an Obedience Trainer: Ask it Once Rule

“Sit, Buddy! Sit! Siiiit…. SIT!!!” Sound familiar? How do you get your dog to respond the first time? When training your pup, avoid repeating commands. Ask one time and wait a moment. If your dog doesn’t respond, turn away for a few seconds, then repeat the exercise.

Tips from a Dog Walker: Microchipping

Part of being a responsible pet owner is making sure you can always have access to your dog should they ever escape or go wandering. The first and foremost easiest way to aide in getting your pet back, is to make sure that they have current tags attached to their collar. That is an affordable […]