Monthly Archives:October 2018

It’s not unusual for a dog develop a habit of humping or mounting. And not only humping other dogs, but things like toys, pillows, blankets, and people. Every dog owner knows the embarrassment of having the dog doing the humping. It can be awkward, especially if your dog likes to hump people. What are the reasons? Rather…

“A tired dog is a good dog”.  We’ve all heard the saying.  A better phrase would be “a tired dog is a well-behaved dog.”  For the most part this is true. What many people are now learning is that enticing them with challenges and activities that work their brain rather than cutting them loose at…

When it comes to skin conditions in dogs, one of the most commonly known condition is hotspot. This skin condition can be itchy, painful, and develop in a matter of minutes. It’s medical name is Pyotraumatic Dermatitis, and today we want to give our clients insight on the possible causes and symptoms. Possible Symptoms Persistent…

Kidneys are important in order to flush bacteria and other various substances out of the body. The excretory system is just as important in dogs as it is in humans, in fact, kidney problems such as kidney disease and kidney failure are unhealthily common in dogs. Signs of Possible Kidney Problems Loss or decreased appetite…

Our Services Providing individualized care from head to paw, at one of our locations or in the comfort of your own home.
Current Specials
Hug Your Dag Day!

April 10th

Pamper Your Pup

Take advantage of our April Spa Package. Add-on for only $20.

Kong of the Month

Berry Cheesecake

Meet our New Foster

Smitty needs a #Furever home!

Award-Winning Care You Can Trust Since 2009
We are focused on staff training and ongoing education in order to provide the best experience for you and your pet. Our team is trained through Pet Tech CPR & First Aid, PACCC, The Dog Gurus, and more. We're proud to be Charleston's "top choice" for pet care.
View Our Credentials
Latest News

You Clean Yours – Now Clean Theirs

Learn More

Under The Sea Prom!

Learn More

The Importance of Healthy Gums and Teeth

Learn More

Stay Up-to-date with Dog Tired Sign up to receive the latest news & happenings!
Pet Sitting (843) 408-1033
Hours Mon - Fri: 7am-6pm Sat - Sun: 7am-10am & 4pm-6pm
Connect With Us