Every pet has its own personality traits and that’s what makes them special, but sometimes we need to work on these behaviors or invest in pet training to help them overcome challenges. Whether you want to teach your pet basic obedience or advanced training, a great dog trainer can make all the difference. Especially for new dog owners. But how do ...Read More »
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National Mom and Pop Business Day: Cane Bay Pet Sitting & More
National Mom and Pop Business Day: Cane Bay Pet Sitting & More Who is Cane Bay Pet Sitting & More? Cane Bay Pet Sitting & More is a local mom-and-pop business owned and operated by Al and Donna Hurst. Their pet sitting career grew out of a life-long passion for animals. Joining Donna and Al in their love for a ...Read More »
Get that leash ready – It’s National Dog Walking Day!
Today is one of your dogs favorite days of the year! It’s National Dog Walking Day! A celebration of two of the happiest things we have in life: exercise and outdoors. WHAT IS NATIONAL DOG WALKING DAY AND WHY SHOULD YOU CELEBRATE? National Dog Walking Day started back in the 1960’s when more women began returning back to the workforce. ...Read More »
Show Them Love- Keeping Your Pets Safe On Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day Pet Safety It’s the season for love; Valentine’s Day is upon us. Celebrate the special day safely with your furry loved one. Follow these six tips for Valentine’s Day Pet Safety. Six Valentine’s Day Pet Safety Tips: Chocolate, Need We Say More? Chocolate, how we love you! Did you know Americans purchase 58 million pounds of chocolate for ...Read More »
Why Pet Sitting is the Best Job Ever
Here at Cane Bay, pet sitting runs in our veins. We love every aspect of caring for people’s furry family members, and we view pet sitting as one of the most rewarding career fields to be in. If you’re considering becoming a pet sitter, or if you’re looking for a pet sitter and are wondering what hiring one might look ...Read More »
8 Indoor Activities to Keep Your Dog Active
The winter, rainy days and an ongoing Covid-19 pandemic can make staying indoors seem dreadfully boring and remarkably sad. People in northern states oftentimes ditch the cold for warm, southern sun during winter months to help both their mental and physical health. While winters are a challenge for humans, they oftentimes can be a challenge for our canine companions as ...Read More »
Christmas Cookies for Dogs
Baking has always been a must for my family around the holidays. Once we got a dog, making homemade Christmas cookies for Duke became part of the annual tradition. If you’re also a baking enthusiast, we found a few 5-star recipes that you can whip up in no time and serve just in time for Christmas. Bon appétit! Gingerbread Dog ...Read More »
Registering an Emotional Support Animal? Here’s How!
Emotional support animals are huge assets to their owners. While not the same as therapy or service dogs, they support their owners every day in tangible ways for those suffering from mental health conditions. Before getting into details, it’s important to note that there is no official registration database, and it is not required to register your emotional support animal, or ...Read More »
Safety Tips for Your Pet this Thanksgiving
For many people, Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of year. Families and friends are reunited, children are filled with excitement, and pets are overjoyed to join the festivities and be a part of all that’s going on. Despite a pet’s willingness to partake in all the activities that humans do, there should be some safety precautions in place to protect ...Read More »
How Closely Related Are Dogs and Their Wolf Ancestors?
It may be hard not to notice the similarities between your pooch and the wolf you see at the zoo. You observe that both enjoy chewing on sticks, both enjoy lounging in the shade and both can’t get enough of curling up tightly in their favorite spot when it’s time for a nap. Depending on what type of dog ...Read More »