One of my most embarrassing moments as a dog groomer happened to me about ten years ago. I was checking in a customer and taking in his personal information for my file. After I got his name, address, and phone number, it was time to get his dog’s info...find out exactly what happened next and read more here...
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I am a pretty self-reliant dog but I am having some difficulty finding a resolution to a problem my family and I are facing. We are dealing with a squatter on the property. I am not sure where we stand legally on how to make him leave. It’s a groundhog and he’s made his home underneath the shed in the backyard.
Posted by Lisa on 12/8/2015 to Tips & Facts
It’s that time of year again. Break out the boots and hats and gloves! Old Man Winter is coming and if you’re a dog owner, there are certain things you need to do to make sure that your dogs are kept safe, healthy, and happy during the winter season. I have owned many dogs and I have seen many frightful winters as a dog owner. We get snow by the foot in my part of the country so I can empathize with those of you who do as well. Here are some good tips to remember as we gear up for the cold weather: