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You Clean Yours – Now Clean Theirs

Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

by Jordan Padgett, General Manager, Dog Tired Dog Enrichment Center Did you know that Feb. is National Pet Dental Health Month? Everyone knows that yearly vet appointments include a dental cleaning, but did you know that regular dental care should be apart of your pet’s daily routine? This is the perfect time to start implementing […]

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Under The Sea Prom!

Sunday, March 31st, 2019

Has your dog been dreaming of attending prom? The time has come for them to dress fancy and get their dancing shoes on, because Dog Tired is hosing a fun filled prom specifically for your pup! Members only can purchase tickets now through Friday, April 5th, then the prom is opened up to everyone! Be sure to […]

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The Importance of Healthy Gums and Teeth

Friday, March 15th, 2019

Just as you see a dentist to keep your teeth and gums healthy, a dog’s gums need some attention as well. Making sure your dog’s mouth is being taken care of is an important aspect of a healthy and happy pet. Here are a few ways to ensure your dog has optimum oral health.   […]

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Hip Dysplasia In Dogs

Thursday, February 28th, 2019

Hip Dysplasia is known to reduce a dog’s quality of life through pain within the joints of their hips. While hip dysplasia is associated with larger dog breeds, it can also impact small dogs as well. For dogs who have this condition, the ball and socket of their hip begin to rub and grind against […]

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It’s the 20th Anniversary of the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition!

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Charleston is going to the dogs this weekend with the 20th anniversary of the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition! Our state dog, the Boykin Spaniel, is even featured on the 2019 poster by artist Lou Pasqua. Friday, February 15 through Sunday, February 17, you can enjoy art exhibits, wildlife presentations and cooking demonstrations all over downtown Charleston, […]

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Keeping Your Pup’s Smile Healthy

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

February is National Pet Dental Health Month! Dental care for our pups is often overlooked, but it is a vital part of keeping your pets happy and healthy. Poor dental hygiene can lead to some pretty serious health issues, so preventative care is especially important for a long life!  The good news is that keeping […]

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10 Year Anniversary Fun!

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

Our 10 year anniversary is upon us, and we cannot be more excited! We always wished to see this business prosper, but never thought it would be quite this rewarding. In celebration, and thanks to our wonderful customers, we are planning fun and educational events and specials throughout the coming month of February!  While we […]

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New Year, New Services!

Thursday, January 17th, 2019

Wow, 2018 sure was a wonderful year for Dog Tired Pet Services! We accomplished so much, from having three staff members PACCC certified, to our owner, Gray Moore, elected to the International PACCC  Board.  While 2018 is one for the books, we are striving to make 2019 even better for our members! As the new […]

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Why Hire A Professional Pet Sitter?

Friday, January 4th, 2019

(Written By National Association of Professional Pet Sitters NAPPS) Using a professional pet sitter reaps benefits for both pets and pet parent.  Once you experience professional pet care in your home, you’ll never worry about being away from your pet again. For the Pets: Benefits to your pets include: Staying at home in his/her safe, […]

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The Top 5 Reasons You Should Hire A Dog Walker And Pet Sitter In Charleston, SC

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

Happy Dog, Happy Cat, Happy Life.  Let’s help everyone celebrate National Walk Your Dog Month this January by hiring a professional! Hiring a dog walker or in home pet sitter can provide amazing benefits for your dog and cat (and or other pets), as well as for you.  Here are the top 5 reasons we […]

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