Pet Health



We’ve all seen the “Missing Dog” signs posted around town; there are even Facebook groups devoted solely to locating beloved dogs that have gone missing. For the owner of a timid dog, the flight risk is real. In addition to micro-chipping your dog (more info on this to follow in […]

Dingo’s Best Practices/Policy Update: “Break Away Collars”


large furry dog in a wading pool
The “long, cold winter” is over. Flowers and trees are in bloom. The days are getting longer, the nights shorter. As we stand firmly ensconced in spring yet eagerly awaiting our favorite time of year here at Dingo’s – summer – please keep the following reminders in the forefront of your mind. The Sun Our […]

Warm Weather Reminders








Dingo’s Dogsitting was proud to host David Feldman of Skillful Hands Therepeutic Dog Massage to our facility on Saturday June 9th. David is a certified dog massage therapist. He offers direct therapeutic massage for your dog as well as individual or group instruction for you to learn how to massage […]

Canine Massage Basics with David Feldman of Skillful Hands Therepeutic ...


lucy of dingos dogsitting with some dogs jumping up
Predatory drift among dogs occurs when the energy level of play becomes overly heightened and morphs or “drifts” into something more aggressive or predatory.  Typically, there are two factors that lead dogs to be aggressive: anxiety or arousal.  Predatory drift hinges on the latter. Usually this sort of maladaptive behavior […]

Predatory Drift: How Un-tempered Arousal Can Lead to Aggression