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Let your pets enjoy the comfort of their own home when you go on vacation. Christine, owner and operator of CB Sits, will come to your home and care for your pets with regard to their own schedules and routines. Christine loves animals and has been caring for pets of all kinds since 2010 in the Denver Metro area. Contact CB Sits at 720-569-1005 or at CBsitsPets@gmail.com for all of your pet sitting needs.
No training setbacks with Christine! She has attended orientation at Happy Tails Dog School and will maintain your training work while staying with your dog.
My favorite pet-friendly downtown hotel welcomes any number of pets (furred or feathered) without size or weight restrictions and for no extra charge or deposit.
They offer these pet amenities:
Food and water bowls and a dog bed placed in your room for use during your stay
Plastic pick-up bags and map for great Denver walks
Pet exercise area within walking distance
Pet-sitting, grooming and walking services can be arranged through our concierge
Looking for a dog daycare or boarding facility (not kennel !) in the south metro area -- Denver/Englewood/Littleton? We would love to have you consider us. Dogs enjoy playing in our big outdoor and indoor spaces, and our Puppy Program provides early socialization and manners training which gets raves from our clients. We are Gold Standard Accredited by the Colorado Association of Dog Daycares and are conveniently located near Hampden and Broadway and the Englewood Light Rail Station.
Canine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Group (CRCG) leads the industry of animal rehabilitation and our caring team will help your dog or cat to feel stronger, move better and get back into the game of life. GO CHECK OUT THEIR OPEN DOGGY SWIM TIME!
Patricia McConnell, PhD is also a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist and pioneer in the field of positive reinforcement dog training. Her weekly blog will delight you with its humor and enlightened you about all matters dog every week. It's a must read for me, and I bet it will be for you once you get hooked!
I like the one for dogs, of course. This hard plastic ball can be pawed and batted around the yard and chewed on relentlessly. Get the model with the hole in it and add pieces of kibble to give your dog an engaging interactive experience. Work that brain and you will have a tired dog!
The Classic Kong is an indispensable training tool and a great outlet for puppy chewing. When stuffed with fantastic goodies, the Kong will occupy a dog for hours, reducing stress or anxiety and providing the dog with an appropriate outlet for his energy. Check out their full line of amazing products.