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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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Spring Safety Tips for You and Your Dog
Yes, its official….spring is here! The weather is getting warmer, the days are growing longer, and nature is starting to bloom. Dust off those winter blues and get ready for fun summer days. With this initial excitement comes a renewed enthusiasm. Spring cleaners gear up to give everything a clean sweep. Soon people will be out doing yard work and planning outdoor events. Everything’s coming up roses, or is it? Not to be a Debbie-downer but let’s not forget those spring cleaners use toxic products, yard work might involve chemical treatments, and outdoor events attract bugs and pesticides. Sorry, but with the changing of the seasons, we need to address a few spring safety tips for you and your dog so you can safely enjoy the upcoming summer.
Spring safety tips for you and your dog: Spring cleaning eco-friendly and non-toxic
We all love a spring cleaning, maybe not doing it but the renewed feeling after its done is like a breath of fresh air after a long winter nap. Clean your little heart out but try to be aware of the cleaning products your spraying around your dog’s environment. Read labels to make sure that products are family and pet-friendly. Spring safety tips for you and your dog start with making your own cleaning products. Here is a great website for DIY CleaningProducts that are chemical free and more cost-effective than the toxic brands sold on the market.
Spring safety tips for you and your dog: Who let the dogs out?
Warmer weather means the doors and windows will be open. Make sure people and children are aware of the dog when coming and going. A loose dog can be problematic if you don’t have a fenced in yard. Make sure there is a discussion with the family to be conscious of the door and the dog while transitioning into the warmer weather. Spring safety tips for you and your dog: attach a note to the door reminding people not to let the dog out by accident.
Spring safety tips for you and your dog: In the Yard and on a Walk
Warmer weather means more time spent out in the sunshine, but it also means weeds and bugs. So what’s a human to do? We fight back. How do we fight back? With pesticides…the obvious answer is to always use family and pet-friendly products. Making your own DIY bug repellants isn’t as complicated as you might think.
But what about other people that might not be pet conscious. We’ve all seen the neighbor that thinks they are doing a good deed by spraying the ant hills or the weed killer on the sidewalks and walkways. Spring safety tips for you and your dog include a hose down or wash off after your walk. Make sure Rover’s paws are rinsed really good after each stroll through the neighborhood to ensure no toxic products come home with you.
Spring safety tips for you and your dog: Events, Picnics, and Barbecues
Warmer weather means road trips, strange surroundings, and unfamiliar faces. It’s a heightened season for misplacing your dog so spring safety tips for you and your dog must include microchip management. This is one safety tip that’s constantly overlooked. I can’t stress how important a microchip scan can be, especially when travelling with your pet outside of your own neighborhood. Make sure your dog is micro-chipped and that microchip is functioning properly. You don’t have to book a vet appointment if your dog is already micro-chipped to do this. Your local dog officer should be willing to give your dog a quick and free scan. Check out this article for some interesting facts on What You Should know before Microchipping a Dog. When traveling the chances of losing your furry family member are very high. Two factors: your dog is in a strange environment so finding their own way home is next to impossible, couple that with the fact that locals are not familiar with your dog so a speedy recognition recovery isn’t going to happen. Make sure your dog’s microchip is functioning properly to avoid the stress of a misplaced pooch.
Spring safety tips for you and your dog: Updated vaccines
You and Your dog are not the only ones coming out of hibernation. Wild animals and the bugs will soon be repopulating as well. The last of our Spring safety tips for you and your dog would be to make sure they are up to date with their vaccines, especially rabies.
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