A Blog Called Pup

Pet Sitters vs Kennels – Which is Best for Your Pet?

May 8, 2020 | Categories: A Blog Called Pup, Pet Store

Entrusting a stranger to look after your beloved pet is a difficult decision for any owner to make. Who’s more qualified, the kennel facility, or the pet sitters you find through apps such as Rover and Wag? How can you be certain that your furbaby ends up in good hands? What to Look for In …

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Retractable Leashes for Dogs: This is What You Need to Know

May 1, 2020 | Categories: A Blog Called Pup, Pet Store

While most puppies can learn simple commands as early as 7 weeks, most experts agree that you start formally training your dog around 6 months of age. Training your dog includes everything from house training to socializing and walking on a leash. When you start leash training, you’ll have a choice between a retractable or …

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Why It’s Important to Socialize Your Puppy

April 29, 2020 | Categories: A Blog Called Pup, Pet Store

The world is filled with sights, sounds, smells, and myriad other environmental factors that can be overwhelming for puppies. It’s important to socialize your dog early so that she feels comfortable outside of the safety of your home when she meets other people and animals. Without proper socialization, your best buddy could become anxious, depressed, …

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The Facts About Dogs and Their Paws

April 22, 2020 | Categories: A Blog Called Pup, Pet Store

Are you concerned that your dog is licking or chewing her paws a little too much?  Although licking is associated with normal grooming behavior for dogs, when it becomes excessive and includes constant chewing, this could indicate an underlying problem. One of these conditions could be the culprit behind your dog’s incessant grooming.   Allergy: Whether …

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Tips to Keep Your Dog’s Ears Clean

April 15, 2020 | Categories: A Blog Called Pup, Pet Store

Keeping your dog’s ears clean is important for maintaining their overall health.  While some dogs’ ears are naturally clean and require little maintenance, others need extra care. Dogs with long or really furry ears, like cocker spaniels, that accumulate dirt and debris more easily are often more prone to ear infections and other problems.  The …

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Pros and Cons of Sleeping With your Do

April 8, 2020 | Categories: A Blog Called Pup, Pet Store

We all dream of it – cuddling up with your pooch in bed on a cool night, reading by your nightlight and snuggling down for the evening. So, is it good or bad to co-sleeping with your dog? We weigh in on the pros and cons of sleeping with Fido in your bed.  First, let’s …

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Does heartworm prevention and flea prevention need to be given year-round?

April 1, 2020 | Categories: A Blog Called Pup, Pet Store

One of the most frequently asked questions that many veterinarians get is whether heartworm and flea prevention should be used year-round. The resounding answer is, “Yes.” Regular flea and heartworm prevention are essential for keeping your dog healthy and happy. Read on to learn more. Fleas Pose a Year-Round Threat Contrary to popular belief, fleas …

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5 things you must know about Heat Stroke in Dogs

March 30, 2020 | Categories: A Blog Called Pup, Pet Store

When exposed to the hot sun for long periods of time, dogs can suffer from a serious condition called heat stroke. It’s important that you know the signs and understand how to prevent your dog from suffering from heatstroke. Here are five facts that you must know. 1. Normal body temperature in dogs is 100.5-102.5 …

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The Club Commitment

It is our promise to put your puppies welfare as our top priority.  That is why we have 24 hour on-site team members to care for your puppy everyday. We are committed to ensuring your new puppy is healthy and ready to join your family. 

10 Year Health Guarantee

Offering our clients a memorable adoption experience; our 10 Year Health guarantee comes with every pup.  If there is something that later comes up as a hereditary or congenital concern, you will have the peace of mind in knowing that we will stand behind your puppy. Welcoming a new family member into your home is an exciting journey, and we want to provide you with the utmost confidence in your adoption.

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Dedicated Partner Breeders

We value the trusting relationship we have with our partner breeders who share our dedication and commitment to providing clients with healthy and socialized puppies. The health & welfare of our puppies is the top priority. When we visit their homes, it warms our hearts to see their devotion to the exercise, socialization, and exceptional veterinary care of their dogs.

We have a zero-tolerance for substandard breeders.

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Welcoming a new family member into your home is an exciting journey and we want to provide confidence when you take one of our fur-babies home!