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Now Accepting Debit and Credit Cards!

As we continue to grow, we want to provide our clients with payment options, so we are now set up to take debit and credit cards.  For regular clients that want to keep a card on file, you can update your profile by logging in at the “Book Now/Book Online” screen, then go to the “Billing” section and fill out the card details to keep on file.  This card is stored securely in a way that we can only see the last digits.  For clients that don’t want to keep a card on file, we will be sending out invoices that will have a link (under the amount due) that when clicked on, will link you to where you can fill out your details for a one time payment. We are hoping to veer away from Paypal, which can be an accounting nightmare, but will continue to have the Pay Now option on the website for awhile longer. We, of course, will continue to accept checks.  We are just happy to be able to offer options to our clients. For any questions, please feel free to contact Laura at...

National Dog Biscuit Day – Thank you, Mr. James Spratt!

Feb 23rd is National Dog Biscuit Day. Who knew, right? Nobody really knows how National Dog Biscuit day got started, but we do know that James Spratt, electrician and lightning rod salesman, was the very first person to manufacture dog biscuits. His idea was born after he saw “street dogs” hungrily eating up hardtack AKA crackers or sea biscuits on the docks of Liverpool, England. Spratt’s “fibrin dog cakes”, as he called them, were made up primarily of meat and vegetables. Spratt’s love of dogs, as well as his business, grew and he supplied 1,256,976,708 dog biscuits to the army dogs during World War I. So in honor of James Pratt and your favorite canine pal, why don’t you order up some dog biscuits? Your dog will thank you later, I’m sure. If you’re a customer of Doctors Foster and Smith, check out this list of their top 25 treats. Number one on their list is their Premium Natural Dog Biscuit Treats. These treats come in many flavors including Beef Liver Flavor, Beef Liver Lite Flavor (made from beef liver), Chicken Flavor, Lamb & Rice Recipe, Bison Flavor, Peanut Flavor, or Fish & Potato Flavors (for food-sensitive dogs). Not sure which one to choose? They offer a twenty pound flavor pack. This pack allows your pet to choose his own favorite. No matter which flavor you choose, you can be assured that these treats are made up of the best ingredients. These cute little bone shaped treats are crunchy in texture, which will help in your efforts to prevent plaque build up. Win-win, right? If you’re a pet owner...

Can My Dog Keep me Healthy?

Can My Dog Keep me Healthy? How is your commitment to your New Year’s resolution going? You know…”I need to lose weight.” Or “This year I am going to reduce stress in my life.” Well, if you have a dog under your roof, you should have started on your way to wellness already. In fact, you might be reaping some amazing benefits without even knowing it. You might be thinking…”Huh?” Well, you have a furry tool right at your feet! Keep reading to find out exactly what I mean. Mood stabilizer, anyone? Many studies have indicated that a person’s mood can be positively impacted by the simple act of petting a dog. It’s true. I mean, think about it. When you’re stressed out or downright ticked off at something or worse, someone, who is by your side? Yup, your best canine pal. How do you feel when your pooch nuzzles up against you or tilts his head back and forth at you as if he’s saying “What’s wrong, Momma (or Poppa)?” We all know our dogs help us feel better but did you know that as your mood is lifted, you relax and as you relax your body releases serotonin. Serotonin is essentially your body’s “happy” hormone. Many people take prescription medications to increase their serotonin levels. Hmmm, maybe they don’t know about the amazing benefits of pet ownership. A dog, or even a cat, is a mood lifter simply by being man’s best friend. Do you ever feel lonely when you’re walking your dog or playing with him? Or how about when you come home at the end...