DogiZone Blog

Spring Into Dog Fitness Month

April 4, 2021

The beautiful spring weather in April is a perfect time to get your dog started on a fitness routine. April is designated as Canine Fitness Month, and the team at DogiZone has the ideal canine fitness evaluation and fitness program to get your pooch in top shape. All of our dog fitness experts are Certified…

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Kid-Safe Foods You Should Never Feed Your Dog

March 13, 2021

One of the greatest things for parents to see is their children interacting with the family dog. The bond between a child and dog is something special, with the dog always there as a trusted friend, companion, and supporter, all without judgment or ulterior motive, but there are things you should not feed your dog.…

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Tips For Keeping Your Dog’s Teeth Clean

February 8, 2021

February is Pet Dental Health Month and is celebrated and sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical Association, and we think it is a great way to show some love by keeping a dog’s teeth clean. At Dogizone, we celebrate pet dental health year-round, with our groomers able to offer grooming, teeth cleaning, and even nail…

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Dog Food And Nutrition: What’s In Your Bowl?

January 13, 2021

There is a lot of different information online about the best types of dog food. However, dogs, just like people, all have different needs. These nutritional needs for dogs vary based on age, health issues, and any type of allergies or sensitivities to ingredients a dog may have. Ideally, dog owners should avoid dog food…

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Helping Your Dog Stay Healthy Through Weight Loss Programs

October 14, 2020

This year, Pet Obesity Awareness Day is October 14 so in celebration of this day, and to help pets that may have gained a pound or two over this COVID-19 crisis, setting up a dog weight loss programs and exercise for routine for your dog is a great way to get pets and people back…

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Everything You Need To Know About Rabies

September 14, 2020

It may seem like rabies is no longer an issue in Rockville and throughout Montgomery County, but this is not the case. According to government reporting, there are about 40 animals a year that are tested and verified to have rabies. In most cases, the infected animals are not domestic, although there are occasionally cats…

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Recognizing the Importance Of Dogs During National Immunization Awareness Month

August 2, 2020

August is National Immunization Awareness Month. It is a great time to brush up on your understanding of immunization programs for dogs. There are specific immunization requirements throughout the life of dogs. The specific vaccinations may differ slightly depending on where you are located and the types of health risks for dogs in your area.…

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Spring Training for Dogs

March 23, 2020

Dog spring training, what? Spring training is usually associated with professional baseball. It is a time of year for players to get back in shape and to review old skills and strategies, and maybe even learn something new.  However, dog spring training is not that much different. It is a time for owners to transition…

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