DogiZone Blog

Preparing For A Puppy

January 3, 2017

  If you have talked to the family or the person you are considering giving a puppy, and there is agreement that he, she or they want a puppy, knowing what to do to be ready is important. Giving a puppy as a “surprise” gift is not a good idea as many people are not…

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Holiday Dog Safety For The Season

December 27, 2016

The holiday season is fun for people as well as for many of our four-legged friends. When dogs are naturally social and have the temperament to greet everyone with a wagging tail, this is a great time of year. dog safety For timid or shy dogs, or those that are anxious or stressed with a…

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Great Holiday Gifts For Canine Companions

December 20, 2016

Most dog owners consider their canine companions as one of the family. As a member of the family, buying a few Christmas gifts for Fido to open on Christmas morning is a priority. There are some really interesting gifts this year that are perfect for dogs of all ages, breeds, sizes and with all types…

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Group Class Updates

November 10, 2015

**Group class update** As Montgomery County Public Schools are closed for today, we will not be holding the unlimited group class this evening Tuesday, 1/26 at 7pm. Urbana: Classes in Urbana are on temporary hold due to circumstances beyond our control. We are searching for an indoor venue at present, and as soon as one becomes…

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Dog of the Month – February 2015

February 4, 2015

Please meet Clark! When we first met Clark he was one of the worst cases of dog reactivity that we have ever seen before.  He was aggressive towards other animals, becoming hyper-adrenalized and it was incredibly sad to see such a nice dog so stressed. We were all worried and concerned that Clark would try…

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Nail Trimming Tips and Tricks

February 4, 2015

Nail trimming is an important part of ensuring your dog is healthy and happy. Long nails can easily break and lead to infection if the quick is exposed. Long nails also cause the paws to splay outwards preventing your pet from walking properly or comfortably, which can then potentially lead to skeletal damage or deformation. …

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Dog of the Month – January 2015

January 2, 2015

Please say the dogs of Rolling Acres Nursery and Landscaping! Please visit their website at www.rollingacreslandscaping.com.   Ruby is a 3 year old blue merle mini-Australian Shepherd, Wilson is a 1 ½ year old tri-color mini-Australian Shepherd, and Bullet is a 13 month old Great Pyrenees. Andrew originally started off working with just Ruby, but…

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New Year Resolutions

January 2, 2015

The start of the New Year signals many things including change, growth, and taking steps towards better living. We humans often look to get in better shape, take better care of our homes and finances, and be nicer to each other among other things. New Year’s resolutions can also help us become better dog owners.…

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