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  • Seven Tips for a Fun and Safe Beach Trip

    June 4, 2018

      Wow! It’s already time to start thinking about shopping for those Back to School supplies! Worry not, though. You do still have time to squeeze in a last minute beach trip. Here are some quick tips if you should decide to take your dog along with you: First of all, make sure your dog…


    Tips for a Reactive Dog

    May 26, 2018

    It is easy to label a dog and write them off or become frustrated with them when they show undesirable behavior. At Click Treat Play, we prefer not to label dogs. Instead, we will identify the specific behavior that needs work and the condition in which it is observed. At that point, we can begin…


    Camping with your dog

    February 18, 2018

        The preparation – this is essential to get right so we can enjoy the trip and not become frustrated by some detail we overlooked. We are assuming that your pets are comfortable staying in the tent or RV. We have compiled this quick guide to make it easier for you, some items seem…


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    Canine Arthritis

    October 24, 2017

    Arthritis in dogs is one of the most common health problems seen by veterinarians. Unfortunately for dog owners, dogs are so resilient and tend to ignore soreness and discomfort, thus making it hard to spot any early warning signs. Many dog owners and vets don’t see these signs until the arthritic changes have significantly progressed….


    Know Your Dog: Pug

    Alright, folks It’s time to learn more about another breed! This time, we’ll be taking a closer look at the Pug. Officially recognized by the AKC in 1885, the Pug is one of the oldest breeds of dog. The Pug is of Oriental origin, showing some similarities to the Pekingese. Pugs were a common dog…


    Campground For Dogs

    October 11, 2017

    Many of us have been camping with our dogs and had the problem of managing them, keeping them occupied, or cleaning them up. It can easily become too much work and not worth the effort, unless you visit 4Paws Kingdom. This park is designed for dog owners and their dogs. It has full hook up…


    The Dangers of Retractable Leashes

    April 4, 2017

    Retractable dog leashes are huge nowadays among dog owners. Many people like them because it gives their dog that extra bit of freedom to walk around and not be so confined or stuck at their owner’s side. While this sounds good to some people, the dangers far outweigh this selling point when it comes to…


    Know Your Dog: Border Collie

    So far, we’ve learned about the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Labrador Retriever. Now it’s time to learn about another awesome dog; the Border Collie! The Border Collie, perhaps better known as the Sheep Dog, was developed in the hills of Britain to herd and control sheep. Various Celtic clans bred their own varieties…


    Puppy Diseases and Vaccines

    Ever heard the word Zoonotic before? If a disease is Zoonotic it means that it can spread to humans. Some examples of zoonotic diseases are Hookworm, Roundworm, Rabies, Ringworm, and Leptospirosis. **If your dog likes to swim or play in water, I would recommend asking your vet about the Leptospirosis vaccine. Vaccines provide immunity against…


    Dogs With Allergies

    March 16, 2017

    Although the weather can’t seem to make up its mind, spring is on the way. With the blossoming flowers and pretty colors comes something not so nice – seasonal allergies. Just like humans, dogs can suffer from seasonal allergies as well. While reaching into the medicine cabinet and taking allergy medication is a simple, convenient…