Tag: Rovers Rest Stop

Speed = Trouble

Rover’s Rest Stop It’s really no surprise that some dogs attack their meals as though they haven’t eaten in days and may never eat again. However, dogs who down their dinners in the blink of an eye are more likely to create problems for themselves than those who eat at a more leisurely pace. If…

New Year, New Friend!

Rover’s Rest Stop Happy New Year! Now that the celebrating is over and a semi-routine has returned, it just might be a perfect time to welcome a new family member. When picking your new friend, you must consider: How many hours will the dog be alone? Do you have a secure yard? How much time…

Happy Holiday Time

D. Williams Rover’s Kids are thinking that even though November has passed, they still want everyone to know how thankful they are—being thankful is not just for November. They are thankful for the ambassadors who go the extra mile for them and let them know they are loved, they are thankful for all the new…

It Is a Win-Win

D. Williams, Rover’s Rest Stop I have been saying this for years! Now there is a real study to back me up! Take heart, our Kids will help you achieve your healthy goals! We love to share information: Dogs Naturally is an all-natural, holistic magazine written by holistic veterinarians that offers webinars to learn and interact…

Rover’s Rest Stops

Most everyone knows that their dogs must walk. It is in their DNA. But most people do not think about engaging their best friend in mental stimulation. What kind of life is it to just hang around the house all the time? Get up, go for a walk, eat, lay around, eat, go for a…

Pause for Paws

D. Williams So, they are big and small, webbed, wide, and dainty, and you see them every day. Do you know why there are certain paws that belong to certain breeds? Here are some fun facts about your dog’s feet. The pads of your dog’s paw are largely made up of fatty tissue and contain…

We All Need Benefits!

The human and animal bond has been acknowledged for a long time, and scientific evidence was first published about 30 years ago by psychologist Alan Beck of Purdue University and psychiatrist Aaron Katcher of the University of Pennsylvania. Animal assisted therapy is used at the Mayo Clinic. Therapy dog training is available; more information can…

Spring = Season of Growth

The little hottie this month is Freddie - personality and energy plus! He is a very good boy and loves to walk! Ask for more information at 480-600-2828.

Most everyone knows that their dogs must walk. It is in their DNA. But most people do not think about engaging their best friend in mental stimulation. What kind of life is it to just hang around the house all the time? Get up, go for a walk, eat, lie around, eat, go for walk, bedtime…

Four legs go too!

It would be wonderful to take your best friend with you everywhere. Although Phoenix is not the most dog-friendly city, times are changing. These fun outings assist in socialization, learning manners, and enrichment. It is recommended that immunizations be up to date. When traveling to your destination, properly restrain them using a seatbelt harness or…