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prepare your dog for boarding How to Prepare Your Dog (and yourself) For Boarding

posted on November 15th, 2016 by Big Sea
Boarding

Prepare for Boarding Once you decide boarding is the best option for you and your dog, the first step is to find a a place to board. Make sure you are comfortable with the location and the staff. Schedule a meet and greet and, if possible a trial boarding. Have them answer any questions you […]


keep your dog active indoors 5 Ways To Keep Your Dog Active When Indoors

posted on November 3rd, 2016 by Big Sea
Resources and Tips

We get it. You love your dog. He is the light of your life. But sometimes, you can’t give him the exercise he needs. Maybe you’re tired (definitely not hungover), or it’s raining, or the Florida weather is way too cold, or any other excuse that arises. It happens to the best of us. But […]


Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Pinellas Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Pinellas County

posted on October 14th, 2016 by Big Sea
Resources and Tips

Pinellas County is a wonderful place to own a dog. With beautiful dog parks and dog-friendly restaurants, you can pretty much be with your pup 24/7. But not all places allow pets, so we’ve picked out some of our favorite dog-friendly restaurants to spend a meal! So invite your friends (and their pups) for a […]


cat bathing tips 6 Tips For Bathing Your Cat

posted on October 10th, 2016 by Big Sea
Grooming

Cats love to be clean…but they don’t typically love to be bathed! Fortunately for them, those rough tongues and pointy teeth are designed for meticulous self-cleaning and pruning. Ever seen your cat gnaw or bite down on themselves as they clean? This is how they get rid of matted fur and general dirt. Let’s face […]


dog breeds that need the most and least grooming Which Dog Breeds Need The Most Grooming

posted on September 19th, 2016 by Big Sea
Grooming

Short-hair, long-hair: which breeds need the most time on at the salon? Oh, my sweet pup. Your once elegant, shiny locks are a just a little neglected. You can’t see out of those overhanging bangs, and you are literally a repository for every twig and candy wrapper in the park. And that all-over-body-fro must make […]


advantage pet center bathing and grooming Grooming Accessories for Cats and Dogs — Even the Most Discerning

posted on September 8th, 2016 by Big Sea
Grooming

That straight-out-of-the-grooming-shop feeling: fresh, clean, and ready for the world! For every day fur finesse, you can now bring home our pet grooming tools and help your pets look their best. You will find the same quality products your cat or dog enjoys during our grooming services – their favorite shampoos and brushes, and even […]


signs of heat exhaustion in dogs Signs of Heat Exhaustion in Dogs

posted on August 19th, 2016 by Big Sea
Pet Health

We all love to spend the hot, sunny Florida days outside with our furry companions. Whether taking our friends to the best dog parks around, on a walk, or just playing fetch in the backyard, remember that even the healthiest pet can suffer from heat exhaustion. Keep your best friend safe by ensuring they stay […]


The Best Dog Parks in Pinellas

posted on August 15th, 2016 by Big Sea
Resources and Tips

In Florida, the dog days of summer never end. And Pinellas county is quite dog friendly, with a variety of dog park options that allow you to bring your companion outside to play off and on leash in parks, in bars, and at beaches.  Pinellas County’s Top Dog Parks Fort DeSoto Dog Park, St Pete […]


Fact or Fiction: Tail Wagging = Happy Dog

posted on December 16th, 2015 by Amanda French
Fact or Fiction Series, Fun Facts, Resources and Tips

Dogs are just like people in the sense that they have a variety of emotions, but unlike people, dogs aren’t able to articulate their feelings through words. That leaves them with body language, like tail wagging. We tend to interpert a dog’s tail wagging in one of two ways: Wagging = happy Not wagging = […]


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