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Stay Snazzy and Safe on National Dress Up Your Pet Day

January 14th is National Dress up your Pet Day, and of course, this calls for a celebration… but how? These tricks will help you prepare your pet to feel confident and comfortable in their snazzy outfits! Keep it Pawsitive Positivity is key in any new experience for your pet! Training your dog to see their…

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Monthly Specials December 2018

Monthly Email Specials: Buy 6 Full days get 1 Free Buy 6 Half days get 1 Free Save $10.00 on Puppy Preschool or Bark to the Basics Group Classes Save 15% on an Ultimate or Deluxe Groom with Lyndsey Not valid with any other discounts or offers. Not valid for Members. Monthly Member Specials: Free…

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Peanut Butter Pumkin Bites

Thanksgiving is a time to fill up on delicious, decadent food. An array of dishes ranging from sweet, to savory. Most of which are dangerous to the one member of the family who may want it all the most: the dog. So instead of hoping that that one Uncle doesn’t pass Fido something that’ll make…

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5 Ways You Can GIVE BACK to Animals in Need During the Holidays

Giving back during the Holidays doesn’t have to cost one dime! While you make your yearly list of gifts for loved ones, consider wrapping up some donations for those pets in need. Here are five ways to give back to animals by opening your heart and not emptying your pocket! ‘Tis the season for hot…

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Dogs like to Gobble on Thanksgiving Too!

Thanksgiving can be a time to fill up on delicious, decadent food for your dog too! An array of dishes ranging from sweet to savory will tempt most any pet. Most of the items we delight in are dangerous to the one member of the family who may want it all the most: the dog.…

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Monthly Specials November 2018

 Monthly Specials Pre-pay for a boarding visit of 7 days or more and receive $20.00 off Save $15.00 on a mini class with Nick, Abbey, or Michael Member Specials Free holiday photo! Schedule your free holiday photo with Bailey. Must have an appointment! Save $15.00 on a mini class with Nick, Abbey, or Michael Not…

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Monthly Specials October 2018

Monthly Specials No time for a six week group class? Let us train you and your dog in just 3 weeks! Save $15.00 on a Mini Class with Michael or Abbey Not sure where to start? Meet with Christine, Jordan or Nick for a Service Evaluation. Get an Evaluation for only $69.00! Save $70.00! Member…

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Halloween Costume Contest at Wag ‘N’ Tails

OCTOBER 1ST THROUGH OCTOBER 24TH- Bring your dog to school in their Halloween costume and our trainers will take a picture of your pup during their school day and they will be entered into our contest for a chance to WIN! OCTOBER 25TH THROUGH OCTOBER 30TH- On October 25th All pictures taken of our applicants…

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Halloween Extras

TRICK OR TREAT- $10 OCTOBER 1ST AND 4TH Bring Fido to school for our Halloween obstacle course! PUMPKIN PATCH FUN- $10 OCTOBER 9TH AND 11TH Extra enrichment and fun games that involve pumpkins! HOWL-WEEN PHOTOSHOOT- $10 OCTOBER 10TH AND 16TH Bring a costume…… if you dare! BOBBIN’ FOR BONEZ- $10 OCTOBER 22ND AND 25TH This…

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Stop the Spread of Dog Flu

LET’S STOP THE SPREAD OF DOG FLU TOGETHER The dog flu is here and this bug isn’t messing around. Humans aren’t the only ones who suffer from a contagious illness – dogs can share the flu germ too. As our pets advocates, let’s stop the spread of dog flu together. This nasty virus going around…

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4 Reasons Why Wag ‘N’ Tails is called a School for Dogs

Years ago, most would’ve thought that dogs would want to “play” or socialize while their family is away. Why not? Perfect! This service could ease the guilt of being gone all day, one might think. Most pet parents use doggie daycare centers regardless of how it affects their time and their budget mainly because their…

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How To Use Rewards in Dog Training

Rewards in Dog Training If I use food rewards in dog training, does that mean I’m “bribing” him? There is still such a misconception in the dog training world that if we use food treats, we are essentially “talking the dog into…” listening. Bribing doesn’t work. It won’t work with any type of reward, whether…

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The Dog School Routine

Oh what a day it would be at dog school, if we could say with certainty that we walk our guests at 10am, feed at 11am promptly every day and we always train precisely at 2pm. What a glorious day that would be, although definitely wishful thinking! Think of how a school classroom operates for…

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