Tag Archives: tips from a dog walker

Top 3 Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is here and although it looks a little different this year for most of us, protecting your dog is still important! Here are our top three dog safety tips for this Halloween. Keep the candy out of your pup’s reach. Sometimes we think the candy is far enough away from our pups, and then […]

Let’s Talk Hot Spots

What are hot spots exactly? The scientific name is “acute moist dermatitis”, which means localized areas of skin inflammation and bacterial infection. What causes hot spots? Hot spots are a bit of a catch-22. They are caused by itching, licking, and biting, which in turn become hot spots that are itchy, thus perpetuating the itching […]

Pumpkins & Your Pets

Its officially Fall, and it is the time of the pumpkin! Many of us are already enjoying our Pumpkin Spice lattes and other pumpkin flavored treats. But, do you feed your cat or dog pumpkin? If not, did you know that it can be beneficial for them?   Be sure to choose a canned pumpkin […]

3 Things You Should Know About Your Dog Walker

1. We love it when you respond to our reports of the walk. We get to know your pup, but we hardly ever get to see or talk to you! So, when you respond to the messages we send, we love to get to know you a little bit! Your responses also give us more […]

4 Steps to Fix Separation Anxiety

Hasn’t it been nice to be at home with your pup all day, everyday during this pandemic? I know my cat has loved having all of the extra attention with my husband working from home! The most common reason that a dog will begin to have separation anxiety is from a change in schedule- like […]

What Makes a Good Dog Walk?

You might read the title of this blog and think to yourself, “What does that even mean? A walk is a walk!” I think you’ll be surprised to find out there are a variety of ways to make a walk into a GREAT walk for your dog. Not all Dog Walks are Created Equal. Now […]

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 […]