A few good reasons to make your plans to go to the IBPSA show October, 2017.
This blog takes a look at the issues surrounding collecting tips at dog daycare and boarding businesses.
Learn some simple ways to help keep your pets at dog daycare and boarding kennels cool in the summer heat.
Check your pet first aid kit contents and learn about pet first aid practices for dog daycare and boarding kennels.
Don't let your dog care facility go the way of the dodo. This blog addresses online pet sitting services like Rover and how to respond to their potential to disrupt facility-based pet care.
Starting this week, Gingr will be able to receive vaccination records (and other files) via email and fax!
Can you teach an old dog new tricks? Do dogs eat grass only when they are sick?
Of course there are safety-related myths, like "my dog will be okay in the car if I crack the windows". We all better know the answer to that one, and have a role in letting our customers know the facts.
There's "all dogs are colorblind." Reportedly, "the canine retina indicates that dogs can see some colors, primarily blues, yellows, greens and shades of gray"1. (http://www.petful.com/misc/20-ridiculous-dog-myths-debunked/)
My favorite is whether "a wagging tail means a happy dog". My family commonly refers to our dog Gregor's 'wag-o-meter'. We're pretty sure that the more wagging, the happier he is.
Here's the Mythbusters video on the subject: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAv7czgIl0Q
And for more reading, here's a link to Cesar's Way blog on the subject: https://www.cesarsway.com/about-dogs/dog-myths/taking-a-bite-out-of-a-dozen-common-dog-myths
What dog-related myths do you ponder?