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  • Thank You! | HAPPY PAWS - PetCare ®

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  • Pet Boarding for Exotic Animals | HAPPY PAWS - PetCare ®

    Pet Boarding for Exotic Animals Book our 5 star luxury pet boarding in Denver, Colorado. We provide complimentary pet taxis, luxury suites, TVs & webcams. Book Now What Pet Boarding for Exotic Animals Includes LUXURY SUITES Private Accommodations MEALS & ACTIVITIES 1-3 times per day PRICE: $39.99 / Day Why Choose Us? Being Exceptional is Our Specialty Our private suites all come with TV's, radios, and webcams. Your pet will be in paradise enjoying fun activities, getting tons of personalized attention, & relaxing in their private accommodations. Trusted, Experienced Pet Caregivers Our goal is to make your experience as incredible as possible! We provide complimentary pet taxis to and from your location making your life easier. Photo Updates You'll receive text & photo updates every day so you never have to go too long without seeing your baby's face. Service Description We're TOP rated for luxury pet boarding in Denver, Colorado. Our caregivers provide our complimentary Pet Taxi Service for pick up & drop off. Each pet that stays with us is given an incredible experience! We provide luxurious accommodations including private suites with individual beds, TVs, radios, cameras, enrichment toys, and numerous daily activities to keep your pet happily entertained. We're also able to administer any medications they may need. In addition, we provide text and photo updates daily keeping you in the loop always! Multiple pets? No problem! We're also happy to take care of any other animals you have if needed. Visit our cat boarding & dog boarding pages for more details. READY TO GET STARTED? The first step is to submit a Reservation Request! Book Now

  • Cat Sitters in Denver | HAPPY PAWS - PetCare ®

    Cat Sitters in Denver With our 5 star cat sitting service, our pet caregivers come to your home to provide the highest quality of care! Book Now What Cat Sitting Includes FEEDING & WATER 1-3 times per day SNUGGLES / PLAYTIME 1-3 times per day PRICE: $30 per 20 min. visit Why Choose Us? Trusted, Experienced Pet Caregivers Our pet caregivers go the extra mile, every time! We give your cat what they need most whether thats playtime, snuggles, or quiet companionship! Photo Updates You'll receive text & photo updates for every visit so you never have to go too long without seeing your fur baby's face. Being Exceptional is Our Specialty Whether you need us to water your plants, feed your fish or bring your packages inside, we've got you covered! Add-ons & Extras 30 Min Visit $35 1 Hour Visit $55 Additional Cat Cost $5 Additional Dog Cost $10 Meet & Greet - In-Person $30 Meet & Greet - Virtual (No Cost) Administration of Medications - (No Cost) Service Description We offer cat sitting all across the Denver metro area. Our pet caregivers are loving, experienced, and can stop by up to 4 times per day if needed. You can customize your care visit to fit your pet's exact needs! Your care provider can help by providing personalized attention, playtime, cuddle time, or just some quiet companionship depending on what your cat needs most. We'll also refresh their water supply, clean their litter box, and administer any medications or treatments they may need. Multiple pets? No problem! We offer an additional per cat fee of $5 and per dog fee of $10. We're also happy to take care of any other small pets in the home if needed. We provide text and photo updates every visit keeping you in the loop always! Interested in booking a Meet & Greet with your care provider? We offer 20 minute virtual Meet & Greets complementary with every reservation and in-person Meet & Greets for $30. READY TO GET STARTED? The first step is to submit a Reservation Request! Book Now

  • User Agreement | HAPPY PAWS - PetCare ®

    User Agreement The following terms govern Customer’s use of any Software except to the extent particular Software (a) is the subject of a separate written agreement between Customer and HAPPY PAWS - PetCare; or (b) includes or references a separate license agreement. If any Software is identified in a Purchase Order, invoice or proof of entitlement issued by HAPPY PAWS - PetCare (collectively, “Proof of Entitlement”), Customer’s license to such Software is subject to any additional terms and conditions contained in the Proof of Entitlement, including, without limitation, the term of the license (“License Term”), applicable license fees (“Fees”), applicable devices or types of devices (“Applicable Devices”) and limitations with respect to use on a single hardware device, number of devices under management, number of ports or other quantitative limits (“Quantitative Limits”). The Software provided or made available to Customer may include features or functionality (e.g., the E, V and Z features of EOS) that Customer may not use unless Customer purchases a separate license to such features and functionality. Information about the license terms applicable to the Software (including, without limitation, EOS, EaaS, CloudVision and CloudVision Lite) is available on the HAPPY PAWS - PetCare website. Limited License Grant. With respect to the specific program modules, feature set(s) or feature(s) of the Software identified in any Proof of Entitlement, and subject to Customer’s compliance with the Limitations and Restrictions section of this Agreement, including, without limitation, Customer’s payment of any applicable Fees, HAPPY PAWS - PetCare grants to Customer a limited, revocable, nonexclusive, non-sublicensable and nontransferable license, during the License Term to: (1) download, install and use such Software consistent with the use and restrictions set forth in the applicable Proof of Entitlement and only for Customer’s internal business purposes; (2) reproduce, copy, modify, and create derivative works of any such Software that is provided in source code format, only for Customer’s internal business purposes; provided, however, that if any Software is provided in source code format, Customer shall not create any derivative works of the Software that contain Open Source Software nor shall Customer use the Software or portion thereof to merge with, link to, make function calls to, or share data structures with any Open Source Software, if any such combination or use of the Software would require the Software to be made available royalty free or in source code form; (3) use the Software in conjunction with Third Party Software in a manner consistent with the terms of this Agreement; (4) review the Software including, without limitation, unpacking archives (such as ZIP, SWI and RPM files provided by HAPPY PAWS - PetCare), and accessing underlying operating system facilities; and (5) extend the Software provided in source code format and linking Customer-developed software to the Software. As used in this Agreement, “Open Source Software” means any software made available by a third party under a license approved by the Open Source Initiative, or any substantially similar license. ​ Limitations and Restrictions. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement, the foregoing license grant excludes any right to, and Customer shall not: (1) sell, transfer, assign or sublicense the Software or Customer’s license rights under this Agreement, whether voluntarily or by operation of law, to any third party, directly or indirectly, and any such attempted transfer, assignment or sublicense shall be void; (2) use or allow use of the Software on any hardware other than the Equipment or Applicable Devices; (3) modify, reproduce, decompile, decrypt, disassemble, reverse engineer, create derivative works of or otherwise reduce to human- readable form any Software (other than Software that is provided in source code format); gain access to trade secrets or confidential information in the Software; circumvent any copy-protection or license enforcement; or attempt to do any of the foregoing, except to the extent expressly permitted by applicable law; (4) combine, commingle, or integrate any Software with Open Source Software or incorporate Open Source Software into any Software that may add any additional Open Source Software requirements, obligations, or licensing terms to the Software; (5) disclose to any third party any results of benchmarking or other testing generated in connection with Customer’s use of Software, including without limitation any comparisons of the Software or Equipment with any other products; (6) provide a third party with a copy of or access to the Software (including, without limitation, source code) (if Customer does so, Customer will be responsible to HAPPY PAWS - PetCare for all acts of such. third party); (7) remove from the Software (or fail to include in any copy) any readme files, notices, headers, disclaimers, marks or labels; and (8) use or allow use of the Software in violation of any applicable law or regulation or to support or facilitate any illegal activity. Customer shall be liable to HAPPY PAWS - PetCare for any damages, injury or harm caused to HAPPY PAWS - PetCare as a result of Customer’s violation of any of these limitations or restrictions. Evaluation License. HAPPY PAWS - PetCare may make certain Software available in object code form to end users only for evaluation, training or other limited non-commercial purposes without charging a Fee (“Evaluation License”). Where HAPPY PAWS - PetCare has provided an Evaluation License, all of the terms of this End User License Agreement shall apply except that (i) Customer’s license rights shall be limited to the evaluation of that Software, (ii) Customer shall not be required to pay a Fee for the evaluation of that Software and (iii) HAPPY PAWS - PetCare shall have the right to revoke the license to the Software at any time and for any reason. Updates. The terms and conditions of this Agreement shall apply to any upgrades, updates, bug fixes or modified versions (collectively, “Updates”) or additional copies of the Software. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement: (1) Customer has no license or right to use any such Updates or additional copies unless Customer, at the time of acquiring them, already holds a valid license to the Software associated with such Updates and has paid any required Fees for such Software; and (2) use of additional copies of the Software is limited to backup purposes only. By downloading or using any Updates, Customer’s rights with respect to the Updates are subject to the terms of the latest revision of this Agreement posted at the time of receipt of the Updates, HAPPY PAWS - PetCare then-current policies and procedures, and Customer’s Proof of Entitlement for the Software associated with such Updates. ​ Proprietary Notices. Customer agrees to maintain and reproduce all copyright and other proprietary notices on all copies, in any form, of the Software in the same form and manner that such copyright and other proprietary notices are included on the Software. Except as expressly authorized in this Agreement, Customer may make such backup copies of the Software as may be necessary for Customer’s lawful use, provided Customer affixes to such copies all copyright, confidentiality, and proprietary notices that appear on the original. ​ Reservation of Rights. The Software and documentation are owned by HAPPY PAWS - PetCare and its licensors, and is protected by copyright, patent, trademark, and trade secret laws of the United States and other jurisdictions, international conventions, and all other relevant intellectual property and proprietary rights, and applicable laws. As between Customer and HAPPY PAWS - PetCare, the Software, including without limitation intellectual property rights therein and thereto, are the sole and exclusive property of HAPPY PAWS - PetCare or its subsidiaries or affiliated companies and/or its third-party licensors. All Software is licensed to Customer, not sold. HAPPY PAWS - PetCare reserves all rights not expressly granted in this Agreement, and no rights or licenses shall be deemed or interpreted to be granted or transferred hereunder, whether by implication, estoppel, or otherwise. ​ Fees and Payments. Unless otherwise specified in the Proof of Entitlement, any license or subscription Fees with respect to the Software are due and payable no later than thirty (30) days after the date of invoice or first use of the Software by Customer, whichever is earlier. Late invoices shall be subject to interest of 1.5% per month (or the maximum rate permitted by law if less) plus any expenses of collection. HAPPY PAWS - PetCare reserves the right to suspend and/or terminate access to the Software if any Fees payable hereunder are past due. Such suspension or termination shall not relieve Customer from its obligation to pay all amounts due under this Agreement. ​ Taxes. The Fees do not include any foreign, federal, state or local taxes, or any sales, use, excise, ad valorem, value-added, withholding or other taxes or duties that may be applicable to the purchase of Software (collectively, “Taxes”). Fees pursuant to this Agreement may not be reduced to reflect any Tax or other mandatory payment to government agencies. When HAPPY PAWS - PetCare has the legal obligation to collect Taxes related to any invoice, unless Customer provides HAPPY PAWS - PetCare with a valid and acceptable tax exemption certificate prior to issuance of said invoice, the appropriate amount shall be added to Customer’s invoice and paid by Customer. If a tax authority subsequently finds that any Tax payment related to any sale or service to Customer was insufficient and requires additional payment by HAPPY PAWS - PetCare, HAPPY PAWS - PetCare will make such payment and Customer will reimburse HAPPY PAWS - PetCare for such additional Tax payments (including, without limitation, any interest, and levies. penalties). ​ ​ ​ lNOTWITHSTANDING THE FOREGOING, ANY SOFTWARE LICENSED UNDER AN EVALUATION LICENSE, ANY SOFTWARE THAT IS PROVIDED WITHOUT CHARGING ANY FEE, ANY MODIFIED SOFTWARE AND ANY THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE ARE FURNISHED “AS IS,” WITH ALL FAULTS AND WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY, REPRESENTATION OR ASSURANCE THAT THE SOFTWARE, OR ANY EQUIPMENT OR NETWORK RUNNING THE SOFTWARE, WILL OPERATE WITHOUT ERROR OR INTERRUPTION, OR WILL BE FREE OF VULNERABILITY TO INTRUSION OR ATTACK. CUSTOMER MAY NOT MAKE A WARRANTY CLAIM AFTER EXPIRATION OF THE 90-DAY WARRANTY PERIOD. EXCEPT AS SPECIFIED IN THE LIMITED SOFTWARE WARRANTY SET FORTH IN THIS AGREEMENT, ALL EXPRESS OR IMPLIED REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR MEETING CUSTOMER’S REQUIREMENTS, NONINFRINGEMENT OF ANY THIRD PARTY’S INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, COMPATIBILITY OR INTEROPERABILITY WITH ANY HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, SYSTEMS OR DATA NOT PROVIDED BY HAPPY PAWS - PetCareSATISFACTORY QUALITY, OR FREEDOM FROM INTERRUPTION OR ERROR, ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED AND EXCLUDED TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW. TO THE EXTENT AN IMPLIED WARRANTY CANNOT BE EXCLUDED, SUCH WARRANTY IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE 90-DAY WARRANTY PERIOD OR OTHERWISE TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. BECAUSE SOME STATES OR JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO CUSTOMER. ​

  • Crate Training | HAPPY PAWS - PetCare ®

    Crate Training OBEDIENCE TRAINING 101 GUIDE Key Points of Crate Training ​ ​ Crates are designed to resemble dens that wild dogs would make. Your dog’s natural instincts are to find a den to make their safe place. They see their dens as somewhere to be comfortable, find solitude, and sleep. Make their crate a happy place for them to be. Crates are an excellent potty training tool because dogs don’t like to go potty in the same space they sleep in. This teaches them to hold it until their potty break outside. If you don’t like the idea of keeping your dog in a crate, you can always phase out the crate after potty training is complete. Crates keep your puppy safe from getting into trouble or possibly damaging items around your home while you’re away. Crates should ​never​ be used for punishment and you should ​never​ force your dog in their crate. This will create a bad association with the crate. If a dog starts to fear their crate, they won’t want to go inside it and you may end up having to force them in every time. Instead use treats and their favorite toys to entice them to go in. Dogs can hold their urine and stool for the same amount of hours as they are months old. For example, a 5 month old dog can hold it for 5 hours. Limit their time in the crate. If your dog can only hold it for 5 hours then be sure that they are not spending more than 5 hours in the crate. Dogs are social creatures, they can become depressed and anxious if they are kept in a crate too long. Be sure to get the help of friends, family, or a dog walker to make sure your dog's needs are being met. During potty training the crate should be big enough for your dog to stand up, turn around, and lie back down. If they have enough room to go potty on one side and then sleep on the other, they will. After potty training you can make it bigger and more comfy for them. The crates that can expand as the puppy grows work fantastic for training. ​ ​ ​ Step 1 - Introducing Your Dog to The Crate Place the crate in a common area of your home where you spend the most time, like a living room or kitchen. Allow the dog to investigate on their own. Don’t rush the process, we want them to have positive feelings about their crate. Place some favorite treats and toys inside for them along with a soft blanket or towel. Give them the opportunity to go in and out by leaving the door open at first. Encourage them to enter the crate with praise. If they don’t want to go all the way in at first, that’s ok. This process can take a few hours or a few weeks. Let them go at their own pace. If it takes a while for them to warm up to their crate and you need to leave them somewhere safe while you’re gone, you can set up baby gates to puppy proof an area if needed or use a small puppy proofed room. Step 2 - Getting Your Dog to Love Their Crate ​ It’s normal for your dog to be uncomfortable about being separated from you at first. We have to teach them that being in the crate is ok, that they are safe, and that nothing bad is going to happen. We do this by making their crate a wonderful place to be. Start this process by feeding their meals inside of their crate. This will build their positive association with the crate. Once they are comfortable going inside, gradually increase the time they’re in there. Start with a minute or two. Build up to longer periods of time. Put the dog in their crate for small periods of time throughout the day when people are around. If the dog is only put in the crate when you leave they will start to think that the crate means my humans are leaving and I’m going to be all alone. Puppies need 15-20 hours of sleep a day so giving them a nice cozy place to nap is a great way to let them get used to their crate. You can leave the door open at times when you are home so they are free to come and go. ​ ​ ​ Step 3 - Troubleshooting Crate Training ​ ​ It’s normal for dogs to whine and bark in the beginning stages. But it’s important for them to learn how to soothe themselves in this experience. Dogs can develop separation anxiety if they don’t learn how to cope with being left alone. Although it may be hard, you will only encourage these behaviors if you give in and let them out. Once they learn that whiny and barking will get them out they will continue these behaviors. Give them some time to soothe themselves. However, if you are unsure if they are whining for attention or because they have to go out, always take them out to be safe. Once you become familiar with your dog's habits it’ll become easier for you to tell if it’s a call for attention or for a potty break. Talking to them or yelling at them to stop is still giving them your attention, even though it’s negative attention, any form of attention will encourage your dog to continue. Consider moving the crate into your bedroom for bedtime. Your dog could benefit from the comfort of being near you. This will also make it easier for you to know if they need to go potty. When leaving the house don’t prolong goodbyes, keep them short and sweet. This practice will encourage relaxed behavior for your departures and won’t draw their focus to the fact that they are being left alone. For dogs with separation anxiety using a crate is likely not a good choice. If your dog is panicking in their crate and not able to soothe themselves then consider other options. Baby gated areas and exercise pens can be a good alternative to a crate. You can also consider a pet sitter or doggy day care. PRINT

  • Reserve | HAPPY PAWS - PetCare ®

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  • Multi Animal Pet Sitting in Denver | HAPPY PAWS - PetCare ®

    Multi - Animal Pet Sitting Local, trusted pet sitting that's top rated & highly recommended throughout Denver! Book Now What Multi - Animal Pet Sitting Includes MEALS & WATER 1-3 times per day WALKING & PLAYTIME 1-3 visits per day PRICE: $35 per 30 min. visit Why Choose Us? Trusted, Experienced Pet Caregivers Our pet caregivers go the extra mile, every time. We give each pet their own individualized care whether thats walks, playtime, cuddles, or all three! Photo Updates You'll receive text & photo updates for every visit so you never have to go too long without seeing your fur baby's faces. Being Exceptional is Our Specialty Whether you need us to water your plants, feed your fish or bring your packages inside, we've got you covered! Add-ons & Extras 1 Hour Visit $55 Additional Cat Cost $5 Additional Dog Cost $10 Meet & Greet - In-Person $30 Meet & Greet - Virtual (No Cost) Dog Park Trip During Visit - (No Cost) Administration of Medications - (No Cost) Service Description We offer pet sitting all across the Denver metro area! Our pet caregivers are loving, experienced, and can stop by up to 4 times per day if needed. You can customize your care visit to fit your pet's exact needs! Your care provider can help by providing walks, playtime, trips to a nearby park, indoor enrichment activities, cuddle time, personalized attention, or just quiet companionship. We'll also refresh their water supply, clean their litter box, and administer any medications or treatments they may need. Multiple pets? No problem! We offer an additional per dog fee of $10 and per cat fee of $5. We're also happy to take care of any other small pets in the home if needed. We provide text and photo updates every visit keeping you in the loop always! Interested in booking a Meet & Greet with your care provider? We offer 20 minute virtual Meet & Greets complementary with every reservation and in-person Meet & Greets for $30. READY TO GET STARTED? The first step is to submit a Reservation Request! Book Now

  • Cat Boarding in Denver, CO | HAPPY PAWS - PetCare ®

    Cat Boarding in Denver With this service, your cat comes to stay with us and our team of loving, experienced pet caregivers. Book Now What Cat Boarding Includes FEEDING & WATER 2-3 times per day SNUGGLES / PLAYTIME 1-3 hrs. per day PRICE: $69.99 / Day Why Choose Us? Trusted, Experienced Pet Caregivers We give your kitty what they need most whether thats playtime, snuggles, or quiet companionship! Our caregivers make the process simple and easy by providing complimentary pet taxis . Photo Updates You'll receive text & photo updates every day so you never have to go too long without seeing your fur baby's face. Being Exceptional is Our Specialty At Happy Paws, we understand how challenging it is to be away from your pet. Our goal is to make your experience exceptional in any way that we can! Service Description We offer our cat boarding service all across Denver and surrounding areas. We also offer our complimentary Pet Taxi Service for pick up & drop off. Our pet caregivers are loving, experienced, and dedicated to making sure that your cat's care is individualized for your cat's needs. We can provide playtime, cuddle time, or just some quiet companionship depending on what your cat needs most! We're also able to administer any medications they may need. ​ We understand that leaving your fur baby alone can be difficult for many pet owners. We do our very best to minimize these feelings of stress by giving pet owners webcams in their cat's private accommodations, their very own kitty condo. This means you can check up on how your fur baby is doing at any time! In addition, w e provide text and photo updates daily keeping you in the loop always! ​ Need pet boarding for multiple pets? No problem! We offer an additional per cat boarding fee of $30. We also offer dog boarding and exotic animal boarding . READY TO GET STARTED? The first step is to submit a Reservation Request! Book Now

  • Recommended Enrichment Toys | HAPPY PAWS - PetCare ®

    recommended enrichment toys & Puzzles OBEDIENCE TRAINING 101 GUIDE Kong Classic This stuffable, durable toy will keep your dog busy for hours! Stuff with their favorite filling and freeze overnight. In the morning you’ll have a long-lasting treat that your dog will love. ​Get Yours ​HERE ​. Kong Wobbler This is a larger, inactive version of the classic Kong. Fill this toy with your dog’s kibble to turn meal time into a game that provides them with mental stimulation. The toy must be knocked around for the kibble to spill out which keeps your pup happily occupied. G​et Yours ​HERE .​ Marrow Bones ​ ​ These bones can come pre-stuffed or empty so that you can stuff them yourself. They can be filled with various treats from peanut butter to bananas. Freeze it overnight to give your dog a savory bone that’ll engage both their mind and their mouth. ​​Get Yours ​HERE ​. ​ Treat Ball ​ Your dog will have a blast rolling this ball around to get the treats inside. This is another great form of mental stimulation that you can give with treats or to feed their regular meals. ​Get Yours ​HERE ​. Snuffle Mat ​ ​ Snuffle mats are a great source of entertainment! They come with many pieces of felt sewn together. Place your dog’s treats or kibble inside. They’ll work hard using their nose and mouth to find and retrieve the treats. ​Get Yours ​HERE ​. StarMark Bob-A-Lot Interactive Dog Toy ​ This enrichment toy is very similar to the Kong Wobbler. It has an adjustable hole on the side that will spill out kibble when knocked around making it a fun brain game that your dog can enjoy every day. ​Get Yours ​HERE .​ Puzzle Games ​ Puzzle games entice your dog to use their nose and reasoning skills to figure out how to get to the hidden food below the puzzle pieces. These puzzles come in various shapes, sizes, and difficulty levels. ​Get Yours ​HERE .​ Licki Mat Bowl These flexible bowls can be coated with moist treats or your dogs moistened kibble and frozen. Once frozen, your dog will have to work hard to lick all of the food off. Get Yours ​HERE .​ Squeaky Squirrel Puzzle Toy ​ This plush toy can be given as a fun activity. It has a hide and seek theme including squeaky squirrel toys. Your dog will have to figure out how to get the squirrels out of the toy. ​ Get Yours HERE . Everlasting Treat Bento Ball ​ ​ ​These balls come with flavorful inserts that stick into the ball. This toy can last for weeks as your dog slowly works away at the treat. When done, you can fill with another insert and the activity starts all over again! ​Get Yours ​HERE​ . Flirt Poles Flirt poles are an excellent way to tire out your dog in a fun way that engages their want to chase. You can attach different toys to the end and play with them in a way that will tire them out both physically and mentally. ​Get Yours​ HERE .​ ​ Read more about the Behavior Benefits of Chew Toys & Puzzles.

  • BLOG | HAPPY PAWS - PetCare ®

    Blog Posts Welcome to the Happy Paws - PetCare Blog! Covering everything pet owners need to know. Macey Lopez Sep 4 How to Care for Your Dog with Hip Dysplasia Marcy Downs Aug 21 Do You Need a Pet Sitter for your Bearded Dragon? Stephanie Wilcox Aug 7 How to Properly Care for Fearful Cats Beth Tanner Jul 24 The 3 Best Nail Trim Hacks Kelsey Carlson Jul 10 Need a GREAT Sitter for your Exotic Pet? Sara Watson Jun 26 Are You Looking For A Sitter For Your Elderly Cat? Stephanie Wilcox Jun 12 How to Find the Right Pet Sitter for Your Anxious Dog Marcy Downs May 30 Need a Pet Sitter for a Diabetic Cat? Beth Tanner May 15 Top 5 Toys for Your Cat & Cat Sitter to Play With Holly Baxter May 1 Best Chew Toys to Get Your Dog While Your Away on Vacation Nicole Coleman Apr 17 Having a Hard Time Crate Training Your Dog? Sara Watson Apr 3 Hyper Puppy? Read THIS! Stephanie Wilcox Mar 20 How to Train a Puppy Who is Not Food Motivated Macey Lopez Mar 6 What is Puppy Enrichment? Mary Scottson Feb 20 Where to Start with Training Your Puppy Heather Mason Feb 6 Did You Get A New Puppy for Christmas? Sara Watson Jan 23 Should I Take My Dog to the Dog Park? Stephanie Wilcox Jan 9 What's the BEST Dog Food for my Dog? Kelsey Carlson Dec 26, 2022 How to Train Fearful & Anxious Dogs Nicole Coleman Dec 12, 2022 How to STOP Your Puppy From Barking Heather Mason Nov 28, 2022 The MOST Common Household Items That Can Poison Your Puppy or Dog Stephanie Wilcox Nov 14, 2022 What Does Your Dog's Breed Tell You? Kelsey Carlson Oct 31, 2022 How to Stop Your Puppy From Pulling Heather Mason Oct 17, 2022 How to Stop Your Puppy From Jumping Sara Watson Oct 3, 2022 What to do BEFORE You Get a New Puppy Holly Baxter Sep 26, 2022 How to Help Puppy with Separation Anxiety Stephanie Wilcox Sep 19, 2022 How to Fix Puppy Nipping with Dog Training Macey Lopez Sep 12, 2022 What are the BEST Dog Training Treats? Beth Tanner Sep 5, 2022 3 Most Important Dog Training Tools Stephanie Wilcox Aug 29, 2022 How to Crate Train Your Puppy Marcy Downs Aug 22, 2022 Positive Training for Your Puppy Holly Baxter Aug 15, 2022 How to Potty Train Your Puppy Kelsey Carlson Aug 8, 2022 How to Understand Anxiety in Dog Training Macey Lopez Aug 1, 2022 Puppy Training & Car Sickness Stephanie Wilcox Jul 25, 2022 The 5 BEST Puppy Toys Stephanie Wilcox Jul 18, 2022 Puppy Training: Socialization vs. Vaccination Marcy Downs Jul 11, 2022 How to Help Your Puppy Training Succeed Sara Watson Jul 2, 2022 5 Most Essential Tips When Raising a Puppy Nicole Coleman Jul 1, 2022 Top 3 Mistakes When Dog Training Sara Watson Jun 27, 2022 Why Lab Puppies are the BEST! Nicole Coleman Jun 13, 2022 Which Cat Sitting Company is Right for You? Marcy Downs May 30, 2022 Why You Want an Experienced Dog Sitter Stephanie Wilcox May 16, 2022 Is Board and Train Right for You? Stephanie Wilcox May 6, 2022 Dog Sitting vs. Dog Boarding - Which is Right for You? Sara Watson Apr 20, 2022 When to Start Dog Training Marcy Downs Mar 27, 2022 Looking for the Perfect Cat Sitter in Denver? Beth Tanner Mar 8, 2022 How to Find the Best Dog Sitter for You Macey Lopez Oct 16, 2021 How to Teach Your Puppy Their Name Heather Mason Sep 12, 2021 The Top 5 Commands to Teach Your New Puppy Kelsey Carlson Aug 23, 2021 How to Find the Best Puppy Training in Denver

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