Dog Ownership

Owning a dog can introduce a lot of fun and excitement into your life, but it is also a serious commitment that will require time, patience, and effort. Getting a dog is a big decision, and you should take the time to consider if you’re in the right place to be a loving and attentive pet owner. Beyond meeting the basic needs of your dog, you should also be aware of the best practices that come with dog ownership.

We explore a range of questions that come with owning a dog in our articles, and if you ever need someone to take care of the messier parts, get in touch with our team of professional pooper scoopers today. We are fully equipped to remove pet waste from residential properties, HOAs, and public parks in cities like Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, and more.

How to Fix Dog Urine Spots on the Lawn

Dogs are creatures of habit, and when they pee in the same spot a few days in a row, they can create spots on the lawn. Most will be yellow or brown, and the dead grass may even spread. However, not all dog urine spots are bad; some are a darker green. Here’s how you [...]

By |2021-01-07T12:30:35+00:00January 7th, 2021|Categories: Dog Ownership|

How to Set Good Pet Policies for Your HOA

HOAs that allow pets need to set good pet policies that can balance the competing needs of those in the building. Pet rules can make a safer and healthier environment for the owner’s pets while also balancing community needs and owner freedom. How do you create just the right pet policy? Here are some [...]

By |2020-12-15T11:24:19+00:00November 19th, 2020|Categories: Dog Ownership|

6 Tips for Potty Training an Older Dog

A lot of people decide that they want to adopt a puppy. Training a puppy can take a lot of time, but puppies are ready to learn. But if you have adopted an older dog who wasn’t properly trained and allowed to use the bathroom anywhere, it can be even more difficult to train them. [...]

By |2020-12-01T17:33:50+00:00August 25th, 2020|Categories: Dog Ownership|

How to Calm a Restless Dog at Night

Having a restless dog at night can feel like being a new parent. Your pups feel anxious, and that makes you anxious, especially because nighttime anxiety is a particularly challenging dog problem to handle. Your first instinct may be to rush right in and pet your dog or give him or her treats. However, you [...]

By |2020-12-01T17:34:24+00:00June 23rd, 2020|Categories: Dog Health, Dog Ownership|
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