U-Wash Doggie www.petgroomingscv.com provides professional grooming services as well as self-serve facilities where you can wash your dog yourself. Call us at 661-284-3600.
If you own a dog that is primarily an inside dog, you can still make sure he gets some exercise. Here are some tips to help you accomplish that:
1. Stand at the top of the stairs and throw a toy down to your dog. When your dog grabs the toy, call his name and have him bring the toy to you. After several rounds of this, he’ll be winded.
2. Pick up an inexpensive laser pointer at a store and shine it back and forth across the floor. Watch as your dog chases the laser back and forth and works out in the process. Be careful to avoid shining the laser directly in a dog’s eyes, as this can cause damage to its retinas.
3. You can create games, like using that old hula hoop for him to leap through or using cushions to create a tunnel for him to navigate. Map everything out and lead your dog through the various obstacles. This game will challenge your dog both mentally and physically.
4. Take a variety of your dog’s favorite treats and hide the around the house – behind doors, under tables, underneath rugs, etc. Your dog will be so busy tracking down his treats that he’ll physically tire out in the process.
And when you want to get your dog looking good without clogging your bathtub drain, check out U-Wash Doggie. At U-Wash Doggie, the customer still has the same opportunity to give their pet the same tender care they normally do, but with ease and efficiency. This unique concept in “bathing your pets” has offered an alternative solution to the hassle of clogging your house drains, wrenching your back and cleaning up the mess.
We have shampoos, blow dryers and everything you’ll need to do the job right. And the best part? No mess in your bathroom and no clogged up drain full of dog fur!
Newhall, 24144 Lyons Ave., Newhall – 661-284-3600
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