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Did you know that a wagging tail is not necessarily the sign of a happy dog? It can be suprising to approach a tail wagging dog only to get growled or barked at. Other signs of dog body language should be considered when approaching any dog. Posture, position, ears, mouth and tail position can all communicate something other than "happy". There are many great resources online to learn how to read a dog's body language. Of course, a wagging tail can be a very happy and excited dog, especially when their entire body is also going wiggle, wiggle!
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Kiwi is a little 15 pound Cocker Spaniel mix (emphasis on the mix)! She has been coming to Playful Pooch since August of 2014. She is playful and energetic and plays with all types of other breeds. She has certainly become a favorite at the Pooch! Thank you Kiwi!
Here at Playful Pooch our goal is to provide a holistic approach to our dog care, by providing a safe, clean and fun place to socialize and exercise during the day, a warm and comfortable place to sleep at night, and bathing services to make sure your pooch goes home nice and clean. Our high quality food, treat and snack selections help round out our line of services for your pooch.
Denver has had several outbreaks of canine influenza and bordetella in the past few years. Therefore dog owners must take every precaution to reduce the risk of respiratory illnesses by properly vaccinating for Bordetella every six months and Canine Influenza once a year along with Rabies and DHPP. Due to Denver being considered a high risk area, national veterinarian associations, researchers at Cornell University and most local veterinarians strongly recommend this level of vaccinations.
Owners must also watch for any signs of respiratory illness with their dog or from any other dogs they come in contact with. Respiratory illnesses are spread between dogs in public places in the same way as humans coming in contact with contagious people in public places. Dogs are at a higher risk of exposure by going to dog parks, pet food stores, groomers and other places where dogs may not be properly vaccinated. As owners of Playful Pooch, we are diligent about reviewing vaccination records and taking a conservative approach to their administration. We require current Rabies and DHPP and Bordetella every six months and Canine Influenza once a year. The initial Canine Influenza requires two vaccinations around three weeks apart, then once a year thereafter.
Our outside color cams are installed so you can watch your pal splash and play in the pools in the summer or plow through the snow in the winter. Check out our new indoor "snout cam" for up close views of those playful pooches! We also have color cams for inside play when the weather is wet and dreary outside,
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