Hamptons Dog Fashion Spa | Long Island Designer Puppies
Dave’s Pet Food came into existence when Dave Ratner, the owner, realized that most high-quality pet food then available in the market was expensive. It could make a serious dent into the budget of most pet owners.
Long Island Toy Breeds | Suffolk County Puppy Nursery
Who doesn’t love a cute, playful, spunky little puppy? Here at Little Wonders Puppy Emporium, we take our love for puppies seriously all throughout their lives and specialize in their care and maintenance. We also specialize specifically in pure breed toys and designer breeds!
Long Island Designer Puppies | Patchogue Miniature Puppy
A lot goes into taking care of a pup, including grooming. It isn’t always easy to groom your pet on your own though. Some of our four-legged friends simply don’t enjoy a nice bath. That’s why taking your pet to the groomers can benefit both you and your dog. A professional groomer can be sure your pet is fully cleaned and well taken care of, no matter what.
Long Island Toy Breeds | Blue Point Puppy For Sale
Few people would disagree with the notion that our pets deserve the best care that we can give them. After all, we give them a nice place to live and good food to eat in exchange for them spending their lives with us.
Long Island Puppy Spa | Nassau County Toy Breeds
Few things are more relaxing and entertaining than taking a dog out for a walk, not to mention the bonding and relationship improvement that occurs between dog and dog parent. Of course, as many of us know, few things ruin a good walk more than an uncooperative partner that pulls on the leash constantly.
Long Island Designer Puppies | LI Dog Fashion Spa
Barking, whining, growling, wagging its tail, making a happy face, even nervously urinating are all ways dogs may seek to communicate. But are you getting the message? What about communicating back? Carefully observing your dog’s behavior can greatly improve your relationship and address potential behavior problems. As John Marshall said: “To listen well is as powerful a means of communication and influence as to talk well.” But don’t get frustrated, as Mark Twain noted “If animals could speak, the dog would be a blundering outspoken fellow; but the cat would have the rare grace of never saying a word too much.”