Doggy Day Care News

Research Says Dog Owners Walk More Than Non Dog Owners

June 16, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

It turns out, the best thing about your dog might not be their unconditional love.  A new study suggests there’s yet another benefit to owning a dog – you walk more. In a study recently published in BMC Public Health it was determined that dog owners, on average, walked 22 minutes more per day compared read more

Pistons Coach Adopts Dog With Special Needs

May 5, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

A dog who was found dumped in the cold, limping, and near blind a few months ago was the last animal remaining at an animal shelter in Northern Michigan following a ‘clean out the shelter’ event. The dog was adopted this week and his new home is with Stan Van Gundy. The head coach of read more

Happy Pet Preparedness Month!

May 1, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

If you’re a lifelong learner and always looking for something interesting to learn, particularly if it’s free, check out the treasure trove of free learning that is the FEMA website. Here you can study a variety of topics and read endless amounts of content like, Animals in Disasters: Awareness and Preparedness. While Central Bark Doggy read more

Microchips 101

April 24, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

May is National Chip Your Pet Month, one of the most important animal safety awareness months out of the entire year. Microchipping your pet, in its simplest terms, helps your pet find their way home in the event they get lost. It’s an extremely non-invasive procedure that most veterinarians now offer, and can be completed read more

Preventable Public Health Problem!

April 11, 2017 :: Posted by meagan

Each year, dogs bite 4.5 million people in this country with children as the most common victims.   The Issue! Dogs are animals and by nature unpredictable, which means you don’t  always know what they are going to do or how they will react – even your own dog. Any animal with a mouth and read more