DogiZone Blog

Boarding Your Dog While On Vacation- Give Your Pooch Something To Remember

By Andrew Fraser | Jun 7, 2022

One of the challenges many dog owners face is how to take a vacation and still ensure their pet is cared for and comfortable. At DogiZone, we understand that having your pet in a safe, friendly, and comfortable boarding location helps you to relax and enjoy your time away from home. Which is why we…

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Why Is Everyone Talking About A Raw Food Diet For Dogs?

By Andrew Fraser | May 18, 2022

One veterinarian is largely credited with starting the evolution or revolution of the raw food diet for dogs. Ian Billinghurst, like most students in vet schools in the 1970s, was told that dogs did better on commercially formulated foods that offered everything that dogs need.  However, Billinghurst noted that the dogs he remembered at his…

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Hop Aboard The New DogiExpress Pet Transportation

By Andrew Fraser | May 6, 2022

At DogiZone, we know how much dog owners love and care for their dogs. We also understand that many of our clients and those who are interested in using our services are busy people. To help relieve some of the stress of an overly booked schedule, we have created an expanded pet transportation service. DogiExpress…

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How to Be The Best Pet Parent

By Andrew Fraser | Apr 21, 2022

As a dog owner, you want to do the very best to be the ideal pet parent. Just like parenting children, it is easy to fall into habits that may seem to make life easier but that actually create more challenges for your dog. Becoming a great pet parent is all about focusing on the…

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Make Canine Fitness A Team Activity

By Andrew Fraser | Apr 4, 2022

Keeping your dog fit throughout its life is a great way to help prevent issues with obesity and related conditions as your pet ages. Most dogs are only slightly to moderately active throughout the day, so finding ways to increase exercise and make canine fitness a team activity is a great way for everyone to…

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Cuteness Overload On National Puppy Day

By Andrew Fraser | Mar 13, 2022

There is nothing as cute as a puppy. Puppies are amazing and are full of energy, wonder at the world around them, and have a fearless attitude when it comes to trying new things. No wonder there is a National Puppy Day on March 23. Puppies are also in a developmental stage that allows them…

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A Loud Bark Of Appreciation To All The Pet Sitters

By Andrew Fraser | Mar 8, 2022

While you may not know this, March 6-12, 2022, is officially designed as Pet Sitters Week. This special celebration of those who care for our pets when we are away was first started in 1995 by Pet Sitters International, a training and professional organization for pet sitters around the world.  Professional, certified pet sitters take…

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Keep Your Dog’s Smile Dazzling For Optimum Dental Health

By Andrew Fraser | Feb 13, 2022

Dogs, just like people, need their teeth for more than just chewing. Maintaining regular dental health at home for your dog takes just a few minutes a day. Still, it will help dogs smile and prevent tooth loss, periodontal disease, and other health concerns.  Early Signs of Dental Problems Tooth loss in dogs, as well…

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Super Bowl Sunday With Your Four-Legged Friends

By Andrew Fraser | Feb 8, 2022

If you are having a Super Bowl party at your home this year, it is likely a small gathering of family and perhaps a few friends. This is the perfect year to make your Super Bowl Sunday more inclusive by finding things to do with your dog on game day.  Head Out to the Field…

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Is Your Dog Winter Ready?

By Andrew Fraser | Jan 16, 2022

In this part of the country, we spend time winterizing our homes, our cars, and even our gardens to help get through the next few months until spring but is your dog winter ready? Dog owners may not stop to think about their companion pets and how they will handle the cold weather and below-freezing…

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The Pros And Cons Of DIY Grooming And Training – And Why Professionals May Be The Best Answer

By Andrew Fraser | Jan 2, 2022

There are hundreds of types and breeds of dogs, from purebreds to lovable mutts, and all have their own unique personalities, quirks, and potential problem behaviors. Dog owners also are very different, with some having extensive experience in grooming, training, and caring for dogs while others may be enjoying dog ownership for the first time…

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Holiday Foods That Can Hurt Your Dog

By Andrew Fraser | Dec 19, 2021

During the holiday season, special meals and foods are always a part of family traditions. While there are a lot of great foods that make a nice treat for your dog, there are also some very traditional foods that have the potential to be deadly. The size of the dog, the amount of food consumed,…

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Keep Pets Safe This Holiday Season

By Andrew Fraser | Dec 1, 2021

The holidays are a time when a lot of new and unusual things suddenly appear in the home and in the yard. These seasonal items may be beautiful, interesting, funny, or traditional for people in the family, but they can be potentially dangerous or even life-threatening to your dogs; so it’s important to keep pets…

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National Take A Hike Day – With Your Dog

By Andrew Fraser | Nov 16, 2021

At DogiZone, we love it when national days are something we can share with our four-legged friends. National Take A Hike Day is officially on November 17th, and this is a perfect time to get out in the great outdoors and spend some time getting exercise, lots of fresh air, and spending time with your…

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Green Pet Companies Contribute to America Recycles Day

By Andrew Fraser | Nov 9, 2021

Many industries have turned their attention to becoming responsible stewards of the environment. So much so that America Recycles Day is November 15. There are several green pet companies that have joined this line of thinking and developed very unique and revolutionary ways to lower the carbon footprint in all aspects of pet care.  DogiZone…

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