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How to manage the tick season naturally

How to manage the tick season naturally

Massachusetts works in really funny ways! By funny, I mean the weather patterns can be temperamental. For instance, the winter of 2020 and 2021 was mild in comparison to typical New England winters. Yes, it’s definitely nice to keep the shoveling and frozen finger...

Benefits of In-Home Dog Sitting

Benefits of In-Home Dog Sitting

Springtime is in full force and Massachusetts residents are on the go! This time of year has several major travel holidays and holiday weekends: Memorial Day, Father’s Day, Independence Day and Labor Day, just to name a few. This begs the question for most dog owners:...

How to Housetrain Your New Puppy in Massachusetts

How to Housetrain Your New Puppy in Massachusetts

Spring is officially in the air in Massachusetts! With the blossoming tulips and crocus’ popping up, more puppies are born during this time of year also. Spring time is a great time of year to add a new fur addition to your family: warmer weather means more walks...

A Howl-i-day Gift Giving Guide

A Howl-i-day Gift Giving Guide

Hello DGGT friends! This week we are giving you a rundown of a gift-giving gift guide of 5 fun gift ideas to get your pup this holiday season in Massachusetts, that go beyond the cute new stuffed squeaky toy!     Flirt pole A flirt pole is like a doggy version of...

Is a Catio Worth the Investment?

Is a Catio Worth the Investment?

Is a Catio Worth the Investment? COVID-19 has disrupted lives all across America. As more people begin to take the viral spread seriously and batten down the hatches, outdoor cats have now had their play space limited to just the home. When cats dislike their humans’...

How To Dog Proof Your Yard

How To Dog Proof Your Yard

Spring is coming! Sure; it may take a longer time to show its full colors in Massachusetts than most of America, but it will get here. When it does, you and your pup will probably gear up to spend more time outdoors. Another way to let Fido get out more often is to...