January 2020 Newsletter
The Sit, Stay, Play Report
2019 YEAR IN REVIEW
They say life is like a roll of toilet paper… the closer to the end you get, the faster it goes! LOL I am finding a lot of truth in that statement! I cannot believe that we are in a new decade and that we are in our 10th year of business! I am truly blessed to have fantastic people working for me, amazing clients that use all of our services and so many adorable dogs, puppies and kitties that we care for. Thank you!! We have had a great year and hope to make this year even better by offering a Re-fur-al program, extended visit times for pet sitting and lake swim/lake walk packages. If your dog does not come to daycare, don’t hesitate to call and book an appointment to utilize the lake for a swim or a casual stroll with lots of wildlife smells!! Your pooch will LOVE it! Hope you all have a fantastic New Year. God Bless!
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JANUARY IS WALK YOUR DOG MONTH.
Get up, get moving and don’t let the plummeting winter temperatures slow you down. Dogs need plenty of exercise throughout the year and, the best way to keep them active in winter is to take them for regular walks. However, if it is below 20 degrees make sure that their paws don’t get too cold! You can use a product called Muchers on their pads for protection against the salt on sidewalks and streets! Booties help too… if your dogs will wear them! LOL
Mid-Day Play offers Dog Walking Services Monday – Friday
NEW RE-FUR-AL PROGRAM
Be on the lookout for a mailing or handout in the next week! More cards available upon request!
The Importance of Pet Nutrition!
Learning about your dog and cats’ nutritional needs can save their lives. Feeding biologically appropriate balanced food will make them healthier, deter disease, and have a positive effect on their behavior. Knowing how to read pet food labels gives you the power to choose the best food for your dog or cat. Here are just a few examples:
– Eliminate corn, wheat, soy, by-products, dyes, BHA and Ethoxyquin
– Add coconut oil to their food
– Add a probiotic – helps their guy stay balanced
If you have any questions or want more information please feel free to contact me!
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