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How to Recognize and Treat Pet Separation Anxiety

  As we unpack the past 2 years, we have hopefully developed a greater sense of resilience and flexibility when our landscape changes. Let’s also consider how our pets have been impacted.  Dogs born and/or acquired in 2020 were kept in isolation too. Robbed of the opportunity to stroll freely in public, socialize with other…

National Puppy Day is March 23rd. Here’s to our new Puppy Owners!

    The word “puppy” has no clear origin yet likely to have come from the French word poupee meaning “doll” or “toy”.  Poupee is pronounced “poo-pay”. And there’s hidden meaning there! Most puppy owners are poo-payed at the end of the day, chasing their young charges around constantly, especially during early house-training months. House training…

In-Home Pet Care and Diagnostic Vet Services for Dogs and Cats

  Google analysts report that search trends have skyrocketed for “24/7” services and we want major convenience evidenced by the frequent use of key words “near me” when browsing online. While it’s almost impossible to find 24/7 resources in any industry, we can expect door-to-door delivery of desired provisions. Pet owners can now subscribe to…

How Dogs Communicate -the Love Language we Share

If you own a dog, you know they possess marvelous communication skills. Apart from their vocalization and understanding of our words and commands, dog body language involves their posture, tails, head and eye gaze and using their paws to emphasize their point. Have you noticed when you stop petting your dog how they “paw” you…

A Dog’s New Year Resolution List

As you consider your personal goals for the New Year, those inner-most visions for positive change and renewed health and vitality, take a minute to consider what your dog might want from you in 2022. As you fill in the calendar of a new year, please include your dog, or family of pets, regarding their…

Tips for a safe Thanksgiving with your Pets

    Thanksgiving is a special time of year to gather with friends and family to celebrate with a feast of traditional foods. Sharing this festive holiday includes family pets as well. Sadly, Thanksgiving also means an increase in emergency vet visits due to unsafe human food that dogs or cats might inadvertently consume. Dogs…

How to Keep your Dogs & Cats Entertained and Happy

  Pampered pet care is our passion. Doolittle’s Doghouse enjoys entertaining our furry guests with cage-free luxury boarding and in-home pet and house care. We advocate for providing a rich environment that includes stimulating activity in addition to oodles of love and devotion to their daily care needs. Socialization and Mental Enrichment is important for…

Safety Tips for a Fang-tastic Halloween!

    As Halloween approaches and you prepare for the thrill of trick-or-treat, be mindful of a dog or cat’s reaction to the hubris. If your dog is used to seeing you and your kids in costumes, then it may not be a big deal when you deck out as “Darth Vader” and suddenly appear…

Proper Dog Nutrition-what’s in your dog’s food bowl?

  Feeding your dog properly is important for a healthier, longer life. It’s helpful to know what compounds are crucial for your dog’s health, to obtain the best possible results – from the bowl to the tummy! What are the main nutritional requirements for dogs? One thing to keep in mind is that every dog’s…

Tips to keep Fido cool and safe in the Summer

Dog Days of Summer   When someone refers to the Dog Days of Summer, they are actually referencing the hottest time of the year, typically July 3-August 11.  The phrase has its origins from the Greeks and Romans when the Sirius “Dog Star” appeared to rise before the sun in late July. Sirius, the Dog…