We’ve had the worst luck ever trying to find a new groomer for our Saint Bernard after his previous one retired. Nobody would do a dog his size, but happy dogs was more than up for the challenge! Despite being a stubborn boy and quite the challenge, they got him looking like a whole new dog! I’ve never seen him look this good and you can just tell he feels 100 times better! Thank you Happy Dogs!
Happy Dogs is a wonderful place for dogs that love to be around other playful pups. Many of my pet sitting clients also use Happy Dogs and it's nice having such a wonderful local business I can refer to when our clients want more or need different services. And even better - having a great working relationship with Dionne and Mike to where we can pass referrals back and forth.
As mentioned above, puppies respond well to positive-reinforcement based training. It is important to acknowledge that dogs cannot possibly know which behaviours are right and which are wrong - it will be up to you to teach them. Take the time to show your puppy what you want them to do and reward them with a treat, praise, or a game each time they do the right thing.
If your puppy is behaving inappropriately you should attempt to re-direct them to something else and reward them when they begin to engage in more appropriate behaviour. For example, if your puppy is chewing on the furniture, re-direct him to an appropriate alternative such as a chew toy. Alternately, you may find that ignoring the undesirable behaviour and rewarding the correct one can also be a very effective way to train your puppy.
Our pet sitters don’t operate like a traditional dog day care centre – instead, you can choose the individual pet sitter who will be providing one-on-one dog day care services for your furry friend. Does your dog not get along with other dogs? Arrange dog day care with a pet sitter that only takes in single bookings at a time. Alternatively, your dog can make new friends during doggy day care – but usually only a maximum of 2 or 3 dogs at a time.