1/18-RECOVERY FROM THE HOLIDAYS!
We all love treats, even our four legged kids (canines). Healthy eating is important. With the holidays coming to an end, you may have canned pumpkin in your pantry. Make sure it is PURE pumpkin, and not pie filling. Check the ingredients carefully. You want “pumpkin” only on the can label.
2/18-LOVE IS IN THE AIR!
February, the month of love, wedding bells begin to chime. Clients often ask about their dogs being included in their wedding. As romantic as this might sound, our suggestion is to “think” like your dog.
3/18-STRESS FREE DAY!
You say, “Why should I pay someone to bathe and brush my dog when I can do it myself?”
The answer: The BIG 4! TIME, TROUBLE, MESS, EXPENSE which equates “STRESS!”
4/18-SINGLE OR MULTIPLE DOG FAMILY?
Often we’re asked “Is it really easier to have more than one dog in a household?” Not surprisingly there’s no one answer. The decision to bring home another dog is often a decision between no companionship for most of the daylight hours, due to family members being at work and school, and constant companionship.
6/18-SUMMER SAFTEY FOR PETS
Summer is packed full of festivities including 4th of July celebrations, reunions, fairs, amusement parks, and concerts, but these are not fun places for your pets. The loud noises and crowds, combined with the heat can be stressful and dangerous for your pets. Never leave your dog in a car during the summer, even for a very short amount of time. Always assure fresh clean cool water is available.
7/18-VACCINATIONS REQUIRED FOR BOARDING
When coming to camp, many families are here at any given time. Here at Ms C’s we usually have about 35 different families visiting at one time. The suites are in close proximity to each other. Proper vaccinations is essential in decreasing the risk of passing on infections. Vaccinations stimulate the dog’s body to produce antibodies to specific contagious and often lethal diseases. At Ms C’s we require up to date vaccination records for all dogs entering the facility, whether it be day camp, boarding, grooming or just a tour.
8/18-AVOID SEPERATION ANXIETY
August is a month of change, kids going back to school, starting a new grade; possibly a new school, everything changes for the family pets too. Dogs are pack animals, creatures of habit, they liked having family members at home these past summer weeks.
9/18-SOMETHING IN THE AIR!
School has started again, kids get sick, so do four legged kids! With outbreaks of upper respiratory issues such as canine cough (Bordetella) and an intense allergy season, East Tennessee has been a hot spot for pet-related health issues this summer.
10/18-HALLOWEEN-- NOT Happy for all!
It's Halloween night, the doorbell is continuously ringing, cute little goblins, and deluxe witches all appear at the door for trick and treats. Your dog may be terrified! Be cautious, assuring your pet’s safety by following these guidelines...
Phone: (865) 986-6325
Fax: (865) 816-6082
M, T, Th, Fri: 7:30 am - 12:00 pm & 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Wed: 7:30 am - 12:00 pm only (closed afternoons)
Sat: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm only (closed afternoons)
CLOSED AT 12:00 NOON, Saturday, January 4
UNTIL FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 2020
IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ: WHEN MAKING RESERVATIONS OWNERS MUST CONTACT THEIR VETERINARIAN REQUESTING VACCINATION RECORDS BE FAXED TO Ms C's Bed & Biscuits at 865-816-6082. RESERVATIONS WILL NOT BE CONFIRMED UNTIL VACCINATIONS ARE RECEIVED FROM
VETERINARIAN. RABIES, BORDATELLA, DHLPP & CANINE INFLUENZA (H3N8 & H3N2) MUST BE CURRENT.
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