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Covid-19 and Escape the Crate

During a time when we would normally all be out enjoying the season with our friends and loved ones, the statewide stay-home order has us confined to our homes or places of business. This may be a whole lot of bad news to us, but to our dogs, it just means more time with you [...]

Covid-19 and Escape the Crate2020-05-02T17:07:46+00:00

Dog Allergies

Spring has sprung! The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and all around, life is blooming once again. Yes, spring has finally returned and the weather is ideal for some fun in the sun! We at Escape the Crate know how much your dog wants to go outside and take it all in! But [...]

Dog Allergies2020-03-06T21:46:25+00:00

Holiday Safety for Your Dog

The holidays are a time of fun, feasting and family, but it's important to keep in mind a few helpful hints to keep your furry family safe. Remember that poinsettias, holly and mistletoe are toxic to dogs, and all types of lily should be avoided as well. Make sure your dogs don’t ingest them or [...]

Holiday Safety for Your Dog2019-12-16T18:47:52+00:00

Heat Danger to Dogs

If the asphalt is too hot for your hand, it’s too hot for your dog’s paws. Avoid walking in the heat. Never leave your dog in a car. The heat magnifies and can get too hot quickly. Dogs with flat faces or who are overweight, elderly, or sick should stay inside in the air-conditioning.

Heat Danger to Dogs2019-08-13T19:02:05+00:00

Walking Your Dog

Walking your dog is good exercise for you and your dog. In the city, using a leash is recommended. People will be more comfortable, and your dog will be safer from cars and the possibility of being spooked and running off. Off-leash walking is great when hiking outside of the city. Out in the wilderness, [...]

Walking Your Dog2019-08-13T19:01:14+00:00

Dogs and Kids

Don't let your child get in a dog's space, no tugging of hair, tails or ears. Reading the signals, not all dogs like to be hugged and kissed. So many dogs go the shelter because they snapped or bit a child, but truly the owners missed the dog saying no and allowed the child to [...]

Dogs and Kids2019-08-13T19:02:33+00:00

Dog Socialization

Dog socialization involves making your dog comfortable with a variety of people and circumstances. Usually started when they’re puppies, it’s good to continue introducing your dog to new things throughout his life. Focus on positive interactions. Let them get to know different kinds of people, dogs, and cats. Introduce them to the neighborhood, to woods [...]

Dog Socialization2019-08-13T19:03:03+00:00

Dog Treadmill Exercise

In addition to going on a walk, dogs with a lot of energy will enjoy using a treadmill. If you try this out at home, always watch your dog to make sure he isn’t getting tired. Start with a five- or ten-minute walk and go from there. At Escape Canine Retreat, we believe that [...]

Dog Treadmill Exercise2019-08-13T19:09:58+00:00

Vaccines

Most animals need only what are known as corevaccines: those that protect against the most common and most serious diseases. In dogs, the corevaccines are distemper, parvovirus, hepatitis and rabies. Lets educate ourselves on  "Titer Testing".

Vaccines2019-08-13T19:03:57+00:00
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