December 2020 Newsletter

The Sit, Stay, Play Report


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Chew on This!

I normally don’t feel one way or another about the end of any give year. However, I am definitely looking forward to the END of 2020! How about you all? This year has been very different, challenging and unexpected for sure. What has been a blessing though is that the dogs in our care still provide us with unconditional love, regardless of COVID, the election or the condition of the economy! Dogs are such an amazing animal that provide so many benefits to us humans that we may not even realize. Did you know that dogs can sniff out cancer? Did you know that a dog’s sense of smell is up to 10,000 times great than ours? If you want to do something fun this winter, set up a find it course in your house! Put a treat in 1/10 boxes, in 1/10 shoes or in 1/10 rolled up rags! I always LOVE to see my dogs sniff something out, usually a mouse in some tall grasses! Check out this website below for more information on some cool research!

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DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS

BELLA  .  IZZY  .  ZOEY  .  ADDIE  .  SNOWBELL  .  SOPHIE  .  THEO  .  REMY  .  BOOTS  .  DOZER  .  RIZZO  .  LEAH  .  ANNABEL

MID-DAY PLAY DAYCARE HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

Daycare will be closed on:

Thursday December 24th (afternoon only)

Friday December 25th &

Friday January 1st

Daycare will be open on Thursday December 31st
This is for Daycare only! Dog walking services will continue as needed.

WINTER SAFETY FOR YOUR DOGS

Cold weather has arrived! The use of salt on sidewalks and driveways can burn and cause irritation on the pads. You can use a produce called¬†Mushers on your dogs’ paws that helps repel the salt. Or, for those more adventurous owners, try putting boots on your dogs! It makes for a hilarious video! Cold temperatures on the concrete can also be irritating and problematic. The other thing to keep in mind is the temperature. if it is colder than 20 degrees, keep an eye on your pooch when they are outside! Hypothermia can set in quickly!

Daycare Hours

1/2 Day AM – 7:30 – 11:30

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.