Category Archives: Cats

Snellville Pet Sitter Talks About Why Dog Kisses Might Not Be the Best Idea for Your Health

We’ve all been there; we are happily saying hello to our fluffy friend Fido when all of the sudden he gets us on the mouth with his tongue.  A thorough wiping of the mouth, gargling with water, washing our hands, … Continue reading

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Duluth Dog Trainer on How to Train Your Dog to Love the Crate

Puppy Crate Training Crating is the mantra for many of today’s dog parents.  It can save your furniture, your shoes, and your sanity when training a destructive puppy, and can be the refuge for an older dog in a chaotic … Continue reading

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Do Dogs Benefit from Watching Television? Ask a Snellville Dog Walker

Often, the last step on our way out the door is to click on the TV, so pets don’t feel like they are alone.  Owners can spot Fido staring intently at the show they are watching, and sometimes they even … Continue reading

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Snellville Pet Sitter Talks About How Does Catnip Actually Work?

Catnip, that magic plant that can send your cat into ecstatic leaps and comatose naps all within thirty minutes!  The real question is; how does catnip work and who should you buy it for?  This green and grassy plant can … Continue reading

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A Look at the Alaskan Malamute: An Excellent Pet

This beautiful dog was originally bred to haul freight because it is so strong. They have a few other relatives in this part of the world including the Siberian Husky and The Canadian Eskimo Dog. According to the American Kennel Club, … Continue reading

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Winter Health Hazards

When the weather outside is frightful, and you are experiencing below normal temperatures, as most us of have already experienced this year, please bring your pets inside.  Wolves may be able to handle sub-zero temperatures but our furry friends cannot.  Pets are … Continue reading

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Flea-repelling plants: The good, the bad, and the ugly

Ever heard of the popular phone game Plants vs. Zombies? It’s a strangely addictive game where you use different types of plants to keep hoards of zombies away from your house. Using flea-repelling plants to keep those tiny pests away … Continue reading

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