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Canine Fitness Program

April is Canine Fitness Month. With all the curveballs and restrictions this year has thrown, we want to ensure our dogs still get their proper activity and exercise. Our dog's health is essential, and with life slowly coming back to a new normal, we figured you're...

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Canine Fitness Program

Canine Fitness Program

April is Canine Fitness Month. With all the curveballs and restrictions this year has thrown, we want to ensure our dogs still get their proper activity and exercise. Our dog's health is essential, and with life slowly coming back to a new normal, we figured you're...

5 Things to Look Out for When Walking Your Dog

5 Things to Look Out for When Walking Your Dog

The third week in March is Poison Prevention Week. There are tons of harmful substances and things that can harm our pets in this world. We want to inform you of the 5 things to look out for when walking your dog. There is tons of garbage and chemicals outside that...

February 20th is Love Your Pet Day

February 20th is Love Your Pet Day

February is a month known for love. Along with Valentine's Day, it also has a day dedicated to loving your pet. February 20th is known as Love Your Pet Day. With the current state of the world, any day for the celebration of love should be embraced. Even though our...

Top 5 Places for Dog Walking in Broward County

Top 5 Places for Dog Walking in Broward County

Are you tired of walking your dog the same route in the neighbourhood every day? Broward County has many parks and trails to visit with your dog. Whether you’re looking for a park, a trail, or a beach, the Broward County area has many adventures to offer for pet...

5 Points to Consider When Dog Training

5 Points to Consider When Dog Training

The new year is right around the corner, which means that New Year's resolutions can begin, and so can National Dog Training month! January seems to be a month of improvement, so why not extend the focus and improve alongside our furry friends! Training can lead to...

5 Ways to Prepare your Pets for the Holidays

5 Ways to Prepare your Pets for the Holidays

Despite all the curveballs 2020 has thrown at us, we can still safely celebrate the holiday season with our loved ones on a small scale. Preparing for small family gatherings this year will be a bit different, but we can still make the best of what we can this year....

The Broward County Responsible Pet Owner Checklist

The Broward County Responsible Pet Owner Checklist

Having a pet is no walk in the park despite all the park walks you will have together! Being a pet owner is a big responsibility that requires commitment, accountability, financial planning, and sometimes a bit of sacrifice. In Broward County, we also have hot weather...

Hurricane Preparedness for Pets in Broward County, Florida

Hurricane Preparedness for Pets in Broward County, Florida

Hurricanes occur seasonally during the Atlantic Hurricane Season between June and November on the US's Eastern parts. Areas susceptible to these extreme weather conditions, like Broward County, Florida, need to have a plan of action and prepare for disasters. Families...

Pet Services and Dog Walking during COVID-19

Pet Services and Dog Walking during COVID-19

It is no surprise that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a lot of changes to all businesses, especially the pet service industry, with the way pet services are administered and the way client interactions are conducted. At East Paws Pet Services, we take these...

Pet First Aid Awareness

Pet First Aid Awareness

I have for the last 26 years taken CPR and First Aid Classes as part of being a Certified Group Fitness Instructor. When the subject came up to get training for Pet CPR and First Aid, it just seemed like the right thing to do as a…

Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Maybe that’s how you feel when it’s raining in South Florida but if you own a dog, you know you’re going to have to get wet. Or maybe hire someone to do it! You may have a dog or dogs, as I do, who really don’t like going out in the rain and getting wet. Now I’m not...

Poison Prevention

Poison Prevention

March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month. Most pet owners know that chocolate is a no-no for all pets, but there are many more substances maybe you didn’t think would be a problem. We are going to enc…

Responsible Pet Parents

Responsible Pet Parents

Most of us are responsible pet parents, but we’ve all met those annoying people who give the dog-loving (and cat-loving) parents a bad name. Of course, we aren’t perfect and sometimes we ma…

Don’t Go Breaking My Heart…

Don’t Go Breaking My Heart…

February brings attention to quite a few important issues – spay/neuter awareness, pet dental health and responsible pet owner month to name a sampling. This blog will bring your attention to Heart Disease…

Who Let The Dogs Out

Who Let The Dogs Out

January is Walk Your Dog Month. Earlier this month I wrote a Blog about resolutions. Was one of your resolutions to get more exercise? Don’t buy that treadmill! Hook up that leash to your dog and get…

Whose Training Who

Whose Training Who

January is National Train Your Dog Month. I just felt a BIG eye roll from some of you! You shouldn’t think of training your dog as a chore. It can be a bonding experience for both of you! You can (and should…

Resolutions Are Hard

Resolutions Are Hard

It is the end of the first month of the New Year, how’s everyone doing with those resolutions you made January 1. Are you sticking to that diet? How about sticking to that fitness routine…