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Stay Active with Your Dog this New Year

Stay Active with Your Dog this New Year

With all the New Years resolutions being bragged about by everyone, there is one important resolution you should be focusing on. Staying active with your dog this new year can set you off on the right track for a wonderful year. The best thing about this is that both you and your dog require exercise to stay healthy and in shape.

Here are some tips on how to stay healthy exercising with your dog:

Men going on a hike with their dogTaking Hikes and Walks with Your Dog

Everyone knows it’s important for your dog to get out and walk every day, but it doesn’t have to be a chore. Make it an adventure this year by exploring and hiking in Plano, Texas! By doing this, you’re satisfying your desire for exploration and taking in the beautiful scenery while exercising your body. This will also be a fruitful bonding experience with you and your dog, and you will be itching to get out again to hike with them.

Dog Parks and Playdates

Dog parks are great places to take your dog to run around and be free with other furry friends. Dogs tend to enjoy this because they can meet new pups and you can make friends with other dog owners. This can lead to playdates and maybe a romantic love story that was meant to happen. Check out some of these great dog parks!

Taking a break from exercising and time together can help you reset.

Sometimes you and your dog need time apart. If you’re planning to go on vacation and need a sitter, contact the trusted and professional Pets Are Inn. We select homes with pre-screening and pre-approving based on the needs and habits of your pet. We know it can be difficult to leave your pet behind when on vacation and that is why we pick the most loving and comfortable homes for your pet to stay in.

Contact Pets Are Inn at 972-424-8400 today!

Does Your Dog Suffer from Arthritis?

What is Arthritis? One in 5 dogs will develop some form of arthritis.  Arthritis is common in large breeds, however, some smaller breeds will develop arthritis  from other diseases such as diabetes, obesity and metabolic disorders. The most common is osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease.  As dogs age, their bones or cartilage in their joints… Continue Reading

Dog Food Recalls for February 2019

Dog Food Recalls for February 2019

Several Dog food companies are recalling their dog food. Check the list below to see if you have any of these potential brands in your pantry. .Blue Buffalo voluntarily recalls one lot of Blue Wilderness Rocky Mountain recipe, Red Meat Dinner Wet Food for Adult Dogs due to potential health risk UPC 840243101153 Best Buy… Continue Reading

Is Popcorn Safe for My Dog?

                Nothing brings more joy to most dogs than helping you clean up after movie night. Popcorn always finds its way into couch cushions and onto the floor, where our dogs are happy to “clean” them up. The question most of us forget to ask ourselves, however, is… Continue Reading