December 2019 Newsletter

The Sit, Stay, Play Report


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Coming up…..

Our 4th Annual Fundraiser – PAWS WITH CLAUS –

Saturday, December 7th from 12:00 – 3:00 pm at Fox Valley Older Adults

Our mission is to improve the quality of life of every pet, for every family, with love and compassion.

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DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS

BELLA  .  IZZY  .  SOPHIE  .  THEO  .  BOOTS  .  RIZZO  .  LEAH  .  SPANKY  .  EMMIE  .  ANNABEL

KNOWING YOUR DOG!

This is a four-part series of discussions about how dogs communicate with each other, how their emotions effect their behavior, how nutrition and exercise are important in development and the truth about daycare and dog parks! Please join me at the Sandwich library for this FREE program on the last Monday of January, February, March and April at 6:30 for an hour of learning!

See the Sandwich library website for more information!

FUR… GET ME NOTS

Don’t Forget to book your Holiday Boarding and Pet Sitting needs!

Gift Certificates are available

and make great gifts!

Winter is Here!

Most does LOVE the snow!! I know that Roo and Maggie love to run the yard and play when there is fresh white stuff on the ground! Personally, I think if it is cold outside, there should be snow… at least 3 inches! 🙂 There are definitely some things to keep in mind with the colder temperatures regarding dogs. The first is the use of salt on sidewalks and driveways. The salt can burn and cause irritation on the pads. You can use a product called Mushers on your dogs’ paws that helps repel the salt. Cold temperatures on the concrete can also be irritating and problematic. The other thing to keep in mind is the temperature outside. If it is colder then 20 degrees, keep an eye on your pooch when they are outside! Maggie is a golden with sensitive feet. If it is too cold (below 10) she will pick up her feed and stand there with a “rescue me!” look on her face! Roo, on the other hand, can tolerate the cold surfaces much better. However, he needs a coat (or 2_ on because his body gets cold.

Otherwise, have fun in the snow!!


Daycare Hours

1/2 Day AM – 7:30 – 11:45

1/2 day PM – 12:15 – 4:30

All Day Daycare – 7:30 – 4:30

We do provide a “Nap Time” or “Quiet Time”

This enables the dogs to have a mental and physical break.