Lifestyle

How to Best Care for Your Dog During The COVID-19 Quarantine

We’ve all heard the clichés, “Don’t judge a book by its cover”; and “It’s what’s on the inside that counts.” If dogs could talk, that’s what they would be saying right now when we look into their eyes underneath their overgrown bangs, talons for nails that click and clack like high heels on the floor, […]

Bark and Burn – Exercising WITH Your Dog

It was quite a long time ago when I introduced dog daycare to Shelby Township, Michigan. I was so young, so brave, so determined. At that time there were only four daycare centers in MacombCounty. Nothing was gonna stand in my way of launching something so beneficial to our dogs! People thought I was crazy. […]

More Than a Heart and a Home

At Wag ‘N’ Tails, you will be able to engage with other dog lovers, learn more about our passion for education, and discover interesting ways to prevent and treat behavior problems. Dogs need more than a heart and a home – I believe education comes first! I’ve been teaching dogs and their people since 1999 […]

Putting the “Dog” in Downward Dog

Yoga is everywhere. Your mom does it, your best friend does it, your brother does it. Now, get ready for dogs to do it. Wag ‘N’ Tails is putting the “dog” in downward dog. Yes, we are introducing a Doga class! Yoga originated from ancient monks observing how farm animals stretched their bodies and stayed […]

All Dog, All the Time… Online!

So many of us in the “Dog World” strive to know about all the places we can try, buy, or order new things for our dogs – and what a great resource the net is! Check out these websites for all things dog… but don’t blame us when the credit card bill comes! “Green” Pet […]

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CLASSES ARE BACK!

Group Classes are back in session – rebooted and better than ever. Our group classes are designed to tackle the COVID-related needs of modern pet parents. We address a variety of topics in a casual and fun group setting, including:

And so much more!

Group Seminars returning in the Spring. Inquire for early access.