What We Do
We Love Your Pet, Just as You Do!
Your pet’s health and happiness are our top priorities. From regular grooming and exercise to specialized diets and medical treatments, we’re dedicated to keeping your pet healthy, happy, and well-cared for.
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We understand that every pet is different, and that's why we offer a range of care options to meet their unique needs. Whether your pet needs a little extra TLC or a more intensive medical treatment, we're here to provide the care they need to live a healthy, happy life.
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Fully Potty Train A Puppy
Potty Training Can Take Anywhere From A Few Weeks To Several Months, Depending On Your Puppy's Age, Breed, And Individual Personality. It's Important To Remain Patient And Consistent With Your Training Efforts, And To Be Prepared For Occasional Setbacks Along The Way. With Time And Effort, Your Puppy Will Eventually Become Fully Potty Trained.
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The Frequency Of Potty Breaks Will Depend On Your Puppy’s Age And Activity Level. As A General Rule, Puppies Can Hold Their Bladder For One Hour For Every Month Of Age, Up To 8 Hours Maximum. However, It’s Best To Take Your Puppy Out Every 1-2 Hours During The Day To Avoid Accidents.
If Your Puppy Has An Accident Inside, It’s Important To Clean It Up Properly To Avoid Reinforcing Bad Behavior. Use An Enzymatic Cleaner To Eliminate Any Odors That May Attract Your Puppy To The Same Spot Again. Avoid Punishing Your Puppy, As This Can Cause Anxiety And Slow Down The Potty Training Process.
Potty Training Can Take Anywhere From A Few Weeks To Several Months, Depending On Your Puppy’s Age, Breed, And Individual Personality. It’s Important To Remain Patient And Consistent With Your Training Efforts, And To Be Prepared For Occasional Setbacks Along The Way. With Time And Effort, Your Puppy Will Eventually Become Fully Potty Trained.
It’s Generally Best To Take Your Puppy Outside To Potty, As This Helps Them Associate Going Potty With Being Outside. However, If You Live In A High-rise Apartment Or Have Limited Access To The Outdoors, Pee Pads Can Be A Useful Tool For Potty Training. Just Be Sure To Gradually Transition Your Puppy From Pee Pads To Going Outside.