It Pays To Re-FUR

It Pays To Re-FUR

At Bark Avenue Daycamp, we appreciate the kind words our clients have shared about their positive experiences with us. We’d like to reward those who spread the word through our re-FUR-ral program. As a client, you can pick up a re-FURA-ral card at our front desk. Be...
Why Is It Important To Socialize Your Dog

Why Is It Important To Socialize Your Dog

Just like us, our dogs have unique personalities! Some people can be outgoing and social butterflies, while others can be more reserved and shy. In the same way, our behaviors and personality can be influenced by our experiences and surroundings, the same is true for...
The ‘Tooth’ About Good Dental Health

The ‘Tooth’ About Good Dental Health

February is Pet Dental Health Month! Did you know that dental hygiene is one of the most overlooked areas in pet health? We want to support raising awareness to the importance of your dog’s oral health care. Every day we do things to keep our dogs safe, healthy and...
Un-BEE-lievable Benefits of Honey

Un-BEE-lievable Benefits of Honey

Did you know feeding your dog raw honey has great benefits? Raw honey is one of nature’s most powerful remedies for everyone, including our furry family members. With its richness in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, it can be a great treatment for many conditions...
My Dog Has Cracked Paw Pads

My Dog Has Cracked Paw Pads

Brrrr…It’s January and that means frigid temperatures. It’s important that you check your dog’s paws regularly for cracked or bleeding pads, signs of cold weather injury or damage. If your dog is limping or favoring one foot over another it could be a result of...
Top Dog Names of 2018

Top Dog Names of 2018

As dog lovers, dogs are a part of our family. While dog owners call themselves “pet parents,” it’s no surprise we’re naming our furry family members like our children. Dog naming trends tend to follow the baby naming trend. This year, 36% of people chose names that...
6 Paw’liday Safety Tips for Your Dog

6 Paw’liday Safety Tips for Your Dog

1.) While wrapping gifts, be sure that ribbon and sharp objects are out of reach from your pets. 2.) Don’t leave your pet alone in the room with lit candles 🕯, a decorated tree or potpourri. 3.) While entertaining guests, keep people-food out of the reach of...
5 Tips for Taking Fantastic Photos of Your Dog

5 Tips for Taking Fantastic Photos of Your Dog

Dogs are part of our family, but taking great photos can be tricky because dogs like to run, wiggle and squirm. Here are 5 tips to help create beautiful and priceless moments of our furry family members. Get Down on Your Dog’s Level – Just by changing the angle...
How to Care For Your Senior Dog

How to Care For Your Senior Dog

November is Senior Pet Month. We love our dogs and only want the best for them. In our eyes, our dogs will always be a puppy, even if they get older in age. Dog’s age faster than humans. However, just like us humans, we experience changes as we get older and will have...