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Did you know? It’s National Pet and Deaf Pet Awareness Week

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Give your pup an extra big hug and lots of love!  It is National Dog Week as well as National Deaf pet awareness week.  We love our pets as much as you do, keep them up to date on all Vet visits and ask questions about any unusual behavior. What causes deafness in dogs? Deafness […]

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Dawg Tired is sponsoring DOGTOBERFEST October 19, 2013

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

We at  Dawg Tired and Cat Naps Too! Pet Sitting are very active and supportive of our local community!  WE ARE A PROUD SPONSOR of Dogtoberfest at Freshfields Village on Kiawahisland.com: Complimentary admission, pet rescue organization, $15 wine tasting including commemorative wine glass, craft beers and delicious food, live entertainment, blessing of the animals, pet […]

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Free First Day of Doggie Day Care!

Saturday, September 7th, 2013

At Dawg Tired and Cat Naps Too, our mission is simple:  Safe and Happy Pups AND Happy Owners.  We offer a free assessment and day of Day Care with your pup on off leash play or private play with a very detailed and professional assessment to properly monitor your pups play style, social interaction with the staff and […]

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http://www.cesarsway.com/dog-care/first-aid/Dog-Care-in-a-Busy-World

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

We at Dawg Tired can help in all of your petsitting, day care and doggie walks through out Charleston.  Call or email us to schedule an appointment with our professional and trained staff.  With our years of experience, we can take a load off of your busy life with a safe and prosperous outcome!  We […]

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Fun Facts about Dogs from Dawg Tired and Cat Naps Too!

Saturday, August 17th, 2013

friendly dogs

A dog’s normal body temperature is 100.5 to 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit.The smallest dog on record was a Yorkshire Terrier in Great Britain who, at the age of 2, weighed just 4 ounces. The world’s smartest dogs are thought to be (1) the border collie, (2) the poodle, and (3) the golden retriever. Dogs’ sense of […]

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Summer is coming to an end in Charleston!

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

As Kids Go Back to School – Dogs Get Separation Anxiety – LET DAWG TIRED HELP! Long walks with our professional pet sitters, doggie day care or in home visits in Charleston, SC. As kids go back to school, the stress on every family member can be enormous — including the family dog, which is […]

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Interesting Fact regarding Eating habits

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

Ever wondered why your pet carries their food out of their bowl and onto the floor into another room to eat? Why not just eat out of the bowl instead of making a mess on your floors? Well, the answer is: Pack Mentality Even if you only have one pet, dogs in the wild drag […]

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Too busy for fetch? We’ll keep the ball rolling!

Friday, July 19th, 2013

Dawg Tired and Cat Naps too is available for all of your pups needs!  We specialize in: Dog or Puppy Socialization, Doggie Day Care, Boarding, Pet Sitting, Pet Taxi for transports, Grooming and recently the Dog Wedding Nanny! Are you a busy Pet Mom or Dad?  We are sure your dog has plenty of exercise, whether […]

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Dawg Tired Attends Annual Charleston Animal Society Annual 139th Meeting

Monday, July 1st, 2013

Kristen and Gray attended the Annual Charleston Animal Society Annual 139th Meeting where they announced they have a goal to be a no kill shelter by 2015! It was great to be in attendance  and to be one of the very first groups to hear the unveiling of this incredible goal for Charleston.   Dawg Tired […]

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Charleston Wedding Magazine Features Dawg Tired

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

Dawg Tired is very proud to be featured in Charleston Wedding Magazine Summer 2013 Issue! Advice: Ceremonial Sitter Book a “wedding nanny” for your pup’s Big Day appearance Here in the Lowcountry, we treat our dogs like family. So there’s little surprise couples include their four-legged friends in their weddings. To help make things run […]

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