Whether your dogs are large or small, they teach us to enjoy the simple things. Dogs give us the unconditional love we look forward to when we wake in the morning and return home from a long day at work. They are consistent and steadfast in their affection to us. In return, we learn to play with balls, tug games with dog toys. We give treats for good behavior. What more does a happy dog ask for? Perhaps a warm cozy dog bed, pet accessories such as sweaters and hoodies for walks on cool days, or a safe kennel they can call their own when we are out.
Remember to give your doggy nutritious food, especially developed for the good health of your beloved pet. We recommend organic and non-GMO dogfood products, along with very tasty to your doggy foods, such as the many varieties of Blue Wilderness or Blue Buffalo foods. We also suggest remembering to brush their teeth daily, just as you brush your own teeth, followed by a daily spray of ‘Plaque Attack’ for keeping the tarter away between brushes.
Caring for puppies is time consuming, just as caring for your senior doggy. Both age groups need
extra time for potty training. Your new puppy will learn to go outside with the use of puppy pads. The older dog may be challenged to make it to the door on time. We use doggy diapers, made for females and males, to help the senior dog continue to be a good dog.
Remember to love your dog, give him kindness daily and his fifteen minutes of your undivided attention
for a healthy happy dog.
Thank you for teaching me to take joy in the simple things. You take something as simple as a stick, a ball, or a stuffed toy and treat it like it was a gift, made specifically for you. Your joy and excitement has taught me to always enjoy the little moments, to stop and smell the roses.
I promise to keep you a happy dog, always find you the best kennel to board you when I travel. You greet everyday with excitement and remind me to love, because that is what remains when all is said and done.