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Advice From a Dog Trainer Before Getting a Dog

Advice From a Dog Trainer Before Getting a Dog

Having a dog is one of life’s greatest joys! Caring for a dog is a full-time responsibility that requires time, energy, and money. If your family is thinking of getting a new dog, there are a few things to keep in mind and what to consider when choosing the right...
Dog Crate Training 101

Dog Crate Training 101

A dog crate can become a place of comfort and security for your dog or puppy. This will come in handy when traveling in a car, staying in a pet-friendly hotel, during large family gatherings or parties in your home, or when delivery or repair people come into your...
How to Introduce Your Dog to a New Baby

How to Introduce Your Dog to a New Baby

  One of the greatest joys in a family’s life is bringing home a new baby. But let’s not forget our furry family members. New parents can find themselves caught between their dog – often their “first baby” – and their human baby. It’s never too early to begin...
How to Help a Stray or Lost Dog

How to Help a Stray or Lost Dog

Pet homelessness is a BIG problem. According to the ASPCA, every year, approximately 3.3 million dogs are brought to pet shelters in the U.S. The two main reasons animals end up in shelters is because they’ve either been pick up off the street by animal control...
Furry Friendly Cleaning Solutions

Furry Friendly Cleaning Solutions

Have you started your Spring cleaning yet? Not only is it important to get a deep clean in, but especially for families with a furry four-legged member. Muddy paw prints tracked in from outside and those artistic nose prints on the windows help make a house a home,...

Doggy Colds & the Bordetella Vaccine

If your furry family member takes part in our daycamp or boarding at Bark Avenue, you have most likely heard of the Bordetella vaccine. We know how important vaccines are in staying healthy, but just like us humans, dogs can catch a common cold know as Canine Cough...