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Skin Conditions in Dogs

Tuesday, August 21st, 2018

If there is one thing all dog owners can contest to, it’s the enormous amount of love they have for their pet, and with love comes worry. Worrying about your dog’s health and overall wellness can allow you to become aware of common problems associated with dogs. Just like humans, dogs have a variety of […]

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Does your Dog Come When Called?

Wednesday, August 8th, 2018

Any dog owner can tell you of a time where their dog did not come when called. Perhaps even a time where the pup stared at them in recognition, but did not move. Why is that? Well, it may be that they are not being rewarded with something they enjoy after they come to their […]

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Preparing for Pet Adoption

Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

We encourage the act of pet adoption rather than breeding because of the vast amount of animals in kennels and shelters across the United States. Including those in South Carolina, including our home in Charleston and James Island! If there is a sweet animal waiting for a home, why not take the opportunity and bring […]

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Dog Flu Awareness

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

If you have taken your dog to the vet in recent months, they perhaps have mentioned the Dog Flu. Also known as Canine Influenza, the dog flu can rapidly spread through dogs because they have no natural immunity to the strain. At Dog Tired, we want our clients to be aware of causes and preventions […]

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How To Keep Your Dog Safe and Comfortable This Independence Day!

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018

Happy Independence Day from the Dog Tired team! While the celebrations commence, we want to take a moment and remind you to keep your beloved pets safe and comfortable during the festivities! They, too, want to celebrate! Be mindful of the outside temperature. We have already been experiencing such high levels of heat and humidity […]

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Pet Appreciation Week With DogTired

Friday, June 22nd, 2018

Pet Appreciation week! It’s time to celebrate! What can you do this week and even every day to appreciate your pet and thank them just for being themselves! Why should you appreciate your pets? Simple! Pets are an amazing addition to the family and they offer nothing but love and pure joy. Not all heroes […]

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Hurricane Season: Including Your Pets

Thursday, June 21st, 2018

With hurricane season approaching you can never be too prepared! Make sure your family disaster plan includes your pets as well. With heavy rain, powerful winds and possible thunder it’s easy to spook your pet and cause high anxiety. And should you need to evacuate it’s easy for your dog to get lost in all […]

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Signs of Heat Exhaustion in Dogs: What to Look For

Monday, June 18th, 2018

Heat exhaustion occurs when a pet’s core temperature increases above the healthy degree range. Once their temperature has reached this level, they can no longer regulate their body heat. This is extremely dangerous and can quickly become heat stroke. Knowing the warning signs is the first step to understanding head exhaustion. Excessive Panting: Although it is […]

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First Aid Kit for Dogs

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

You probably have a first aid kit for humans in your house, but do you have one for your dog? It’s important to have a basic first aid kid prepared in case of emergency. Here is what the International Boarding & Pet Services Association recommends to have on hand for your pet: -A board or […]

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Employee Spotlight: Gray

Friday, April 13th, 2018

In honor of our 9th Anniversary celebration, here is a spotlight on the lady that started it all, Gray Moore! Gray Moore, President and Founder of Dog Tired Pet Services and also one of the first Certified Professional Animal Care Managers (CPACM) in the WORLD, has lived locally in the Charleston, SC, area for over […]

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