Best of Newburyport Doggie Daycare
A Boutique Doggie Daycare, Grooming & Training Facility
The Beach Dog Daycare is a full-service dog facility catering in doggie daycare services also offering training and grooming. We are a fully CPR certified staff and are a hands on cage free facility. We like to treat your dogs as if they were our own so we try our hardest to incorporate a home environment for your animals. The beach dog daycare is 2,300 square feet of indoor space, plus more outside space for fresh air and free play. All dogs are matched and kept in separate rooms depending on their size and personalities. Whether you are a doggie daycare client or not we still offer our grooming and training services.
Having a professional dog groomer on hand makes it easy for you to book an appointment and have your grooming needs taken care of through our grooming menu located on our website. You can easily pick your grooming requirements and book your appointment online or call the daycare directly. Our dog-training program works the same way.
The Beach Dog Daycare also prides itself on a few enmities that are unique to our doggie daycare alone; we have a PureAire UVC system, which helps us to keep pure air circulating throughout the facility. This ultraviolet technology is placed in our air filtration system and kills any airborne mold spores, viruses or bacteria. Our doggie daycare also offers a valet service to any of our clients within a 10-mile radius of our facility. We know how busy you are so our valet system scratches one more item off of your to-do list. Miss your dog during the day? Simply log onto our website and view your animal at anytime during the day using or webcam system. Visit our website to better acquaint yourself with our services, staff, and our online enrolment forms.
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Allergies in Dogs: Fight Back with Simple Solutions
Guess what? Allergies aren’t just on the rise in humans, more and more pets are being diagnosed each year. Allergies in dogs can be triggered by many more stimulants than ever before. Dr Denise Petryk summarizes that the rise in dog allergies is thought to be influenced by a range of factors: food additives, genetically modified foods, pollen’s, environmental allergens, and fleas. Some pets are easily triggered by other environmental factors such as cigarette smoke, household cleaners, and mold. Most of us know the importance of feeding our animals top quality foods and we do practice good dietary habits, but what if the allergies are not triggered by food? What can we do to help lessen the symptoms of environmental allergies in dogs?
The first step is to create a spring regimen that boosts Rovers immune system, and combats against allergies in dogs. Try a simple wipe-down a few times a day. This removes pollen and prevents it from penetrating your dogs coat and settling on their skin. Add extra spray-downs during the day. A simple run through the sprinkler, a game with the garden hose, or a toddler pool with clean water is all that you need. Not only does it keep Fido pollen free, but it’s refreshing on those hot summer days. Add an oatmeal bath. There are a lot of products on the market that have healing properties such as aloe, and evening primrose. Note: don’t use any type of oat products if your dog’s itchy skin is yeast related. Always consult your doctor. The right diet can boost your dog’s immune system. Like humans dogs are designed to eat real foods, mostly meat but vegetables too. Most dog foods contain starch and starch is an inflammation instigator. knowing your dog’s food tolerances is very important but a diet in lean meat and veggies is perfect for building your dog’s immune defenses. Below is a list of eatables that are natures immune builders…you and your dog should add them to your diet.
Fight allergies in dogs with food.
- Fish oil supplements
- Vitamin D supplements
- Coconut oil
- Plain yogurt
- Vitamin C
- Diatomaceous earth
If you’re already familiar with diatomaceous earth than it’s an amazing way to kill internal parasites. It can also be used topically to kill fleas. But if you’re not familiar with diatomaceous earth you should research more before using it.
If you’re applying all of these new routines and your not seeing any results you may want to consult your vet for more aggressive relief to fight allergies in dogs.
Let’s hope that by simply modifying our spring pet regimen we can combat the discomfort associated with allergies. These steps just might help your furry friends get through the allergy season with little to no symptoms. But always keep in close contact with your vet when it comes to combating allergies in dogs.
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