Long Island City Dog Walk, LLC believes that all dogs need individual attention during the day. Have the confidence knowing that your dog is being cared for on a personal level and not being treated as just one more in a pack of dogs. LIC Dog Walk is certified by the American Red Cross in Dog & Cat First-Aid, fully Licensed, Bonded & Insured through the Business Insurers of the Carolinas and is a member of Pet Sitters International. With LIC Dog Walk you receive real-time photos & updates of your dog during his or her appointment. LIC Dog Walk is active on social media outlets, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, so you can share your dog's daily adventures with friends & family!
Happy to announce that Long Island City Dog Walk will be featured in the August LIC Courier! Pick up your copy this week and check out the article here:
Happy 4th of July, every one!
Although it is a time of celebration, fireworks can be very scary and upsetting to our pets. My dog Apollo, for instance, is horrified of loud noises like big garbage trucks banging down the street, thunder and he is especially afraid of fireworks.
He always tries his hardest to run home if he encounters such loud noises and I know he is not alone, so here are some tips on helping your pets cope with the holiday:
- Take a walk and wear your dog out before sundown
- Plan on staying home with your pet when there are firework shows scheduled nearby or close enough to hear
- Close the doors and windows, turn on your T.V., music, A.C./fans and any other noisy household devices to help drown out the noise and percussion of the explosions
- Just sit with your dog or cat; do not try to force cuddle. Sometimes its good to have treats on hand in case they want them
- Leaving your dog or cat in its crate can sometimes end up in chipped teeth or nails and broken cages
- If your pet doesn't have ID tags with updated information, get one or make one to attach to their collar before the fireworks begin!
With that being said, I am wishing all of you a wonderful, long holiday weekend!
I just had to share Tailor with all of you - she is a rescue from a Native American Reservation in AZ and is now a part of my extended family! She is a Boxer/Shar Pei/Dalmation mix and is ever so regal!!
Great news for Sunnyside residents this summer - a brand new dog park has opened at Lou Lodati Park at 43rd & Skillman Ave. Congratulations to the Sunnyside United Dog Society (SUDS) for pushing this project through with the help of City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer! I'm looking forward to checking it out this week!