Dogs who have Bad Breath

January 8, 2013

No one loves the smell of bad dog breath.  There are several causes  for doggy bad breath; some of which can be normal or  breed specific whiles other bad breath issues are abnormal.  Bad breath can be attributed to tooth decay, dental needs, like teeth cleaning even some food products, or kidney issues and more. Here are just a [...]

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12 Holiday Safety Tips For Your Dog

December 19, 2012

Holidays, are here.  Shopping, dinner parties, office parties, work.  You name it, holidays makes the simplest tasks feel daunting.  Guess what, your dog can feel the same way. Oh La La, all those great guests with good intention.  Well meaning guests can make big mistakes by feeding your dog things that might and can upset their [...]

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Simple Grooming Tips For Your Dog

December 13, 2012

Well, my first thought out of the gate is to always groom your dog regularly to avoid nasty mats.  Whether you groom your dog yourself or use a professional groomer, nothing is harder to comb out, brush out then mats. You’ll need some tools to work here: combs, brushes and a rake. Your local grooming salon or pet store should [...]

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5 Holiday De-Stressors For Your Dog

December 4, 2012

 Did you get your tree or menorah yet?  Some of my friends already did their holiday shopping before Thanksgiving. With all the holiday hoopla with parties, decorating, shopping going on, I bet you’re a little more stressed than usual.  Did you know that your dog picks up on your stress? Any changes in their routine [...]

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8 Helpful Tips For Finding Fleas Or Lice On Your Cat or Dog

November 27, 2012

Finding fleas or lice on your cat or dogs, is an awful discovery. Here’s how you can tell of your pal has fleas or lice. 1. Place your cat or dog stand over a white sheet, white paper or even a white counter top. This way you will be able to see the specks. 2. Use a [...]

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Chasin Pets’ 3 Easy Grooming Tips For Your Dog

November 20, 2012

Chasin Pets 3 easy grooming  tips for your dog.  These tips aren’t in lieu of  brushing, combing, bathing your dog or  perhaps keeping up with routine professional grooming appointments.  These are additional tips to use on the fly, and can be added to your regular grooming routines. 3 Easy Grooming Tips: 1.  Brush or comb your dog regularly.  This will reduce mats and [...]

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My Dog Is Nervous – What You Can Do

November 13, 2012

 I decided to write this blog post after working with several dogs new dogs during this past month.  I noticed some very interesting things about nervous dogs at Chasin Pets. I came up with some interesting observations about nervous dogs and some signs that you might not have noticed. Dogs that are only with their [...]

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7 Important Tips to know in case of an emergency with your pet

November 6, 2012

I keep a file handy with my dog’s information in it: shots, vet visits, food information, medications, etc. In case I do have an emergency, I can take my file with me to the vet or call the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (888-426-4435), immediately. Note, that fees may apply. Keep organized.  Keep calm. Here are [...]

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What Should You Do If You Think Your Pet Ingested A Poison?

October 23, 2012

 This is always a worry for all animal lovers.  What should you do if you think your pet has ingested a poison?  Here a quick tip to help you out. There are resources available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Symptoms of poison can be vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy to name a few. [...]

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What Do You Think? Can Dogs Love Being Home Alone?

October 17, 2012

 I am not 1 to leave my kids alone.  I don’t have to, as I own a doggy daycare and boarding.  I created my business for sole goal of not leaving dogs alone.  It’s so hard to go off to work, leaving them all alone. I imagine folks that have to do this, feel a [...]

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