The Importance of Walking Your Woodland Hills Dog

Benefits of a Daily Walk for a Well Trained Dog

Going for a daily walk with your Woodland Hills dog will provide a multitude of benefits.

Dog trainers, owners and veterinarians all agree that it is good to take a dog on daily walks. The rationale behind this fact is not often explained, though. It is a fact that walking a dog is healthy – it provides exercise for both the dog owner as well as the dog – but the benefits of dog walking extend beyond cardiovascular.

How to Walk Your Dog

Many people today do not walk their dog correctly. A common sight is a person hanging onto the end of a leash with a dog at the other end, pulling and wandering whichever direction he decides to go. Some dog owners proclaim that their dog simply enjoys having a training collar pulled tight throughout the entire walk. These dog owners are not walking their dog – the dog is walking them.

The proper way to walk a dog is for the dog to be by the owner’s side, walking on a slack leash. This is one of many requirements for a dog wishing to earn the AKC’s Canine Good Citizen Award,and yet many dog owners do not know how to get their dog to walk this way. It takes practice and consistency to get a dog to walk on a slack leash, but the benefits are great.

Benefits of a Daily Walk

According to Cesar Millan in his book Cesar’s Way [Crown Publishing Group, 2006], dogs have a migratory instinct within them that the daily walk helps to satisfy. At the same time, the exercise of having the dog walk on a slack leash will reinforce the owner as the pack leader. The importance of being a pack leader is not to dominate the dog, but rather to ensure that the dog listens to the owner and behaves appropriately in all circumstances.

This daily walk needs to be adjusted for the needs of the dog. A high energy dog, such as a Border Collie, should be walked for a longer period of time than a toy breed dog, such as the Yorkshire Terrier. Walking the Border Collie for an hour will help burn excess energy, while a half-hour walk may suffice for the Yorkie.

Training Tools for Walking a Dog

There are many training tools available for dog owners. Each works a little differently, yet all have the same objective. A simple leash positioned high on the neck just below the ears, such as those used in dog shows, is a cheap option that can be effective, but is not very popular. The check chain or training collar is a popular option that works in a similar fashion. Training aids that go over the nose of the dog such as the Gentle Leader, are also options that work for some dogs.

To use a training aid properly, the owner must administer a correction to the dog and then release. So for example, if the dog begins to pull ahead, the owner should tug on the leash enough to pull the training collar tight and then release the tension. The purpose is to correct, not punish the dog.

A daily walk for a dog helps to satisfy its migratory instinct, as well as help the dog see its owner as its leader. Woodland Hills dog owners should choose a training aid that enables them to properly walk the dog, instead of allowing the dog to walk them. With proper use of a training aid on daily walks, dog owners will begin to see the benefits in a more obedient, well trained companion.

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Proper Nutrition and Feeding Tips for your Woodland Hills Dog

Proper Nutrition and Feeding Tips for your Woodland Hills Dog

There are so many variables when it comes to feeding your Woodland Hills Dog that it can become confusing as to what is best for your pet.

Some people advocate only dried food, some say only freshly prepared, some say you have to supplement your dog’s diet with vitamins and minerals, so how do you know if you are feeding your dog correctly?

A good indication is the health of your dog; how clear his eyes are, how shiny his coat is and how much energy he has.  All dogs are different and will require variants in nutritional needs.  A dog’s diet should include a combination of vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fats and proteins.  If it does, then your dog’s needs for growth, tissue repair and exercise will be met.

Here are some tips to follow to ensure good nutrition for your dog:

  1. Ensure your dog always has fresh, clean water.
  2. Avoid feeding your dog scraps from the dinner table.  This can lead to overweight canines!
  3. Buy dog food that states it has a balanced combination of nutrients. These nutrients should be processed in a way that the dog will be able to absorb them into his body.
  4. Do not feed your dog excess amounts of fat and carbohydrates.
  5. If your dog has a skin problem, it may be wise to include foods with fatty acids such as Omega 3 and Omega 6.
  6. Dry dog food, of a good quality, is often considered the best food for dogs. Fresh meat alone will not provide your dog with adequate nutrition.  Meat scraps and leftover vegetables can be added to dry food for variation in texture.
  7. Do not feed your dog only soft food, as this will lead to plaque build up on his teeth. Make sure your dog gets raw bones and hard dog biscuits included in his diet.
  8. Ensure your puppy’s dietary needs are met.  Introduce them to ‘solid’ food as they are being weaned.  Any new foods should be brought in gradually so as not to upset the young stomach. Special puppy canned and dry food is available.
  9. Puppies will need to be fed a few times a day until six months old, then twice a day until they are twelve months old. After that, you only need to feed your dog once a day.
  10. Do not over-feed your dog. If he is gaining weight, you will need to reduce the amount of food you are feeding him.

Dogs have different needs at different stages of their lives, in terms of nutrition. Be aware of this and feed your dog accordingly.

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Choosing a Dog Walker for your Woodland Hills Dog

Choosing  a dog walker or pet sitter

Dog Walkers and Pet Sitters do much more than provide your pet with food and water while you’re away from your Woodland Hills home. A good dog walker or pet sitter also spends quality time with your pet, gives him exercise, and knows how to tell if your pet needs veterinary attention. What’s more, dog walkers and pet sitters typically offer additional services, such as bringing in mail and newspapers, watering plants, turning lights on and off, and providing homes with a lived-in look to deter crime.

But just because someone calls herself a dog walker or pet sitter doesn’t mean he or she is qualified to do the job. This information will help you find the best dog walker and pet sitter for you and your pet.

Why hire a dog walker or pet sitter?

When you must be away from home-say for travel or an emergency-and don’t want to leave your pet in a boarding kennel, who takes care of your pet? If you’re like many pet owners, you ask a friend or neighbor to stop in and pour some kibble and water in your pet’s bowls. But is this what’s best for  pet? There’s a good chance that your friends and neighbors lack proper pet-care experience and have even forgotten to show up. They may also resent frequent requests to look after your pet while you’re gone. So what is the solution? Consider hiring a “pet sitter” – a professional, qualified individual paid to care for your pet.

A pet sitter offers both you and your pet many benefits.

Your pet gets:

  • the environment he knows best.
  • his same diet and routine.
  • relief from traveling to and staying in an unfamiliar place with other animals (such as a boarding kennel).
  • attention while you’re away.

You get:

  • happier friends and neighbors, who aren’t burdened with caring for your pet.
  • the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your pet is being cared for by a professional.
  • someone to bring in your newspaper and mail so potential burglars don’t know you’re away.
  • someone who will come to your home so you don’t have to drive your pet to a boarding kennel.
  • other services provided by most pet sitters, such as plant watering and pet grooming.

Where do I find a dog walker or pet sitter in Woodland Hills?

Start with a recommendation from a friend, neighbor, veterinarian, humane society, animal rescue organization, or dog trainer. You will also want to do your own research.

What should I look for?

It’s important to learn all you can about prospective pet sitters’ qualifications and services. Before selecting a pet sitter, interview the candidates over the phone or at your home. Find out the following:

  • Can the dog walker / pet sitter provide written proof that she has commercial liability insurance (to cover accidents and negligence) and is bonded (to protect against theft by a pet sitter or her employees)?
  • What training has the dog walker/pet sitter received?
  • Will the dog walker or pet sitter record notes about your pet, such as his likes, dislikes, fears, habits, medical conditions, medications, and routines?
  • Is the dog walker or pet sitter associated with a veterinarian who can provide emergency services?
  • What will happen if the dog walker or pet sitter experiences car trouble or becomes ill? Does she have a backup?
  • Will the dog walker or pet sitter provide related services such as in-home grooming, dog walking, dog training, and play time?
  • Will the dog walker or pet sitter provide a written service contract spelling out services and fees?
  • If the dog walker/pet sitter provides live-in services, what are the specific times she agrees to be with your pet? Is this detailed in the contract?
  • How does your dog walker and pet sitter make sure that you have returned home?
  • Will the dog walker/pet sitter provide you with the phone numbers of other clients who have agreed to serve as references?

Even if you like what you hear from the dog walker/pet sitter and from his or her references, it’s important to have the prospective pet sitter come to your home to meet your pet before actually hiring her for a pet-sitting job. Watch how she interacts with your pet. Does your pet seem comfortable with the person? If this visit goes well, start by hiring the dog walker or pet sitter to care for your pet during a short trip, such as a weekend excursion. That way, you can work out any problems before leaving your beloved pet in the dog walker or pet sitter’s care for longer periods.

How can I help the dog walker/pet sitter and my pet?

Of course, even the most trustworthy, experienced pet sitter will have trouble if you haven’t also kept your end of the bargain. Here are your responsibilities:

  • Make reservations with your dog walker and pet sitter early, especially during holidays.
  • Ensure your pet is well socialized and allows strangers to handle him.
  • Affix current identification tags to your pet’s collar.
  • Maintain current vaccinations for your pet.
  • Leave clear instructions detailing specific pet-care responsibilities and emergency contact information, including how to reach you and your veterinarian.
  • Leave pet food and supplies in one place.
  • Buy extra pet supplies in case you’re away longer than planned.
  • Leave a key with a trustworthy neighbor as a backup, and give him and your pet sitter each other’s phone numbers. Be sure those extra keys work before giving them out.
  • Show the dog walker and pet sitter your home’s important safety features such as the circuit breaker and security system.

Finally, have a safe and fun trip. And remember to bring your dog walker/pet sitter’s phone number in case your plans change-or you just want to find out how Fluffy and Fido are doing.

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Dog Sitting Tips – G’day! Pet Care Woodland Hills

Dog Sitting Tips

The holidays are over but you still might be planning a trip away from your Woodland Hills home and need a dog sitter. Are you concerned about how your dog will handle being away from you? Put the worry aside and get prepared with these tips from your friends at G’day! Pet Care Woodland Hills.

Picking the Right Dog Sitter: Try to choose someone who you know can help balance and calm your dog if he is anxious or nervous when you are first away. Remember, it’s about energy and matching energy. Leaving a hyperactive dog with an elderly relative or inexperienced dog sitter is not a good idea.

Most important is that you make sure you leave your dog with a dog sitter who understands the needs of your dog. Ask yourself whether you can trust that this person is adhering to your rules, boundaries, and limitations, or whether they are creating a problem by not maintaining your leadership.

Location: Ideally, you would have someone stay at your Woodland Hills home and maintain the dog’s normal routine. This means keeping their walk and feeding and sleeping schedule the same.

But if you leave them with someone in another location, it’s a good idea to get them familiar with this place on several occasions prior to leaving them there for an extended stay.

Before you change your dog’s routine (by having them stay somewhere other than your own home), get them used to change. This way, any concerns or separation anxiety is prevented.

If you choose to board your dog, look at and thoroughly research the place beforehand. Talk to people who have boarded their dogs there before. What’s the energy like there? How does it smell? How do you feel? How do the caretakers there act and react with the dogs there? Do they practice “nose, eyes, ears” and “no touch, no talk, no eye contact,” when they meet new dogs? All of this will tell you how well-informed they are to ensure your dog is happy there. Just because you leave your dog at a boarding facility doesn’t mean you have to follow all of their rules. If you have specific restrictions or requests, you can ask. If they won’t accommodate your needs, they probably aren’t going to accommodate the dog’s either.

Expectations: If you leave your dog with a dog sitter make sure they know the requirements. If your dog is used to a one-hour walk every morning, they will not be fulfilled by a 15-minute walk instead. In fact, the reverse is better. When you change the environment, it’s good to also change – and increase – the daily challenges, the physical and mental stimulation. This keeps the dog’s mind and body more relaxed and less focused on their primary pack leader being away.

Keep in mind that if you leave the dog at a kennel (which we don’t recommend) for a long time, they are going to spend most of their time in the kennel. There are exceptions, of course, but this is something to generally be aware of. So when you pick up your dog, he is going to have a lot of pent up energy. Take him for the longest walk of his life when you pick him up!

If your only option is to leave your dog with someone who cannot maintain your exercise routine or schedule, hire a dog walker to help share the responsibilities. Ones who are comfortable walking more than three dogs at a time are probably going to be the best handlers, even if you just have one dog.

Details: Just as parents leave a checklist for a babysitter, you can leave a checklist for your dog sitter. Include important information like the vet’s phone number and address, the closest 24-hour emergency hospital, any medications they will need while you are gone, allergies, feeding schedule, how often to check their water bowl, any behavioral problems, whether you allow them on the furniture or whether they get people food, how often they get a treat, and any other information that will help keep your dog as happy, fulfilled, and balanced as possible while you are away.

If your dog sitter isn’t well educated or familiar with dogs, you might also give them some information on household items or foods that may be toxic to them.

Relax! If you take all of the above into consideration, you have taken the proper steps to ensure a pleasant experience for your dog while you are gone, so enjoy your time away. Even if you aren’t with your canine companion, a calm-assertive attitude will help keep you stress-free!

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Benefits Of Hiring A Dog Walker – G’day! Pet Care Woodland Hills

Benefits of hiring a dog walker

Here at G’day! Pet Care – Woodland Hills we believe there are so many benefits to hiring a professional dog walker for both owners and their dogs. Being a dog owner, you are responsible for the health and well-being of your pet, and you would take your dog walking every day if you could. However, if you don’t have the time or energy that your dog requires due to the demands of your career or family, or if you are physically unable to take your dog walking for regular exercise, you may want to hire a professional dog walker. This allows you to care for your dog as well as free up some more time for yourself.

Dogs crave the stimulating sights, sounds and scents that only being outside can provide. You know how excited your dog gets when you get out the leash! And once they are outside you notice how your dog is transformed from a sleepy couch potato to an energized animal. The variety of stimuli outdoors can help dogs maintain mental alertness, while the great exercise helps them keep up their physical strength.

Dogs can become bored and unhappy when they are not stimulated. Bored dogs may be destructive around the home, and can cause expensive damage. Hiring a dog walker can pay off as a damage-prevention measure! Additionally, dogs are social creatures and when they go outside with a dog walker, they get to to interact with the world around them, marking their territory, sniffing around, and meeting other dogs. Walking regularly will satisfy its need for stimulation, companionship and exercise. Plus, there are so many great places to go here in Woodland Hills!

Have you had complaints from your neighbors about your dog barking all day while you are at work? The reason most dogs bark like mad is because they are bored. A half-hour walk could be all that is needed to keep them quiet and satisfied!

Certain breeds of dog need more exercise and mental stimulation than others. But with any breed, regular walking & exercise is a must to prevent your dog from becoming fat and overweight. Keep a pet healthy is a much smarter tactic than dealing with all the problems that can arise from inactivity, such as canine disease and obesity. A regular routine of walking and playtime is exactly what your dog needs to stay healthy for years to come!

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Top Eight Tips To Keep Your Woodland Hills Dog Safe at the Holidays

The holidays are a busy time for many households. Friends and family walking in and out, deliveries are made to the door, delicious smells emanate from the kitchen, and a general happy hubbub means that something special is happening. Among those affected by these changes is the family dog. To help dog owners remedy this, G’day! Pet Care Woodland Hills offers helpful tips for dog owners to help manage their dog’s holiday-time stress.

When an insecure dog—no matter his size or breed—encounters a new situation, he doesn’t know what to do. If he feels threatened, he may react defensively with a snap or bite.

On the other hand, a well-socialized dog is comfortable meeting and being with others, both dogs and people. He has been introduced to a variety of situations and knows he and his pack have remained safe through them all.

The following are some tips to help calm your dog and keep everyone in the home safe during the active holiday season.

1. Children visitors
Dogs that live in a household with no children may not be comfortable when kids come to visit. The chaos created by youngsters like grandchildren will inherently raise the energy level in the house, causing the dog to worry or stress. Here are some ways to control such situations if your dog does not cope well with children.

  • Always supervise kids (especially very young children) and dogs when they are alone together. This is when most dog bites to children occur.
  • With a very young child, parents must be vigilant and monitor their tot’s interactions with the dog. Parents should teach children of all ages to treat dogs with respect and gentleness.
  • Never invite a child to feed the dog by hand—this teaches the dog it is acceptable to take any food from a child. Because of a child’s small size, the dog may view her as an equal and thus may try to take advantage of the situation.

2. Boundaries and security
Dogs need to have their own “home,” a place where they feel secure and calm. If your dog doesn’t already have a place of his own, create one for him.

  • A crate or pet carrier provides a natural safe haven for your dog. Keep his crate or dog pillow in a quiet area of the home, and direct your dog to go there when you need to set boundaries. While he may not like being separated from you, he will still feel secure.
  • If your dog begins to bark or nip at visitors, walking him away from the area and keeping him in his safe place until your guests have gone.
  • Keep the dog out of certain rooms where he can get underfoot. For example, training your dog to stay out of the kitchen—where most household accidents occur—is a good safety measure. It also helps to prevent your dog from begging for food.
  • If you travel during the holidays, taking his crate/carrier will help your dog feel more relaxed, since “home” is wherever he finds you and his familiar bed.

3. Elderly dogs
Elderly dogs may not enjoy the extra hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Be mindful of keeping your older dog comfortable when his routine is disrupted.

  • If your elderly dog gets cranky around visitors, simply take him to his special quiet place where he won’t be bothered and can feel secure.
  • Remind children to be respectful of your older dog. Always provide supervision when dogs and kids are together.

4. Front door behaviors
A knock on the door can be a stimulating event for a dog, whether he sees it as fun or alarming. It is natural for him to want to know who the visitors are to determine if they are friendly or not. However, a dog that explodes with excitement at the sound of the doorbell is both annoying and unsafe—he may dash out the door and run into harm’s way, he may get underfoot and become a trip hazard, he may knock people over, or he may become aggressive to the visitor.

  • To help your dog be calmer, exercise him prior to the arrival of guests. After 30 minutes of walking or playing, your dog will more likely be relaxed or want to nap.
  • As a general rule, don’t allow the family dog to greet unfamiliar guests because commotion and unusual circumstances can cause stress for dogs.
  • Consider putting your dog on a leash as guests arrive to maintain better control of him.
  • Teach your dog to sit and stay on command. When the doorbell rings, put him in a sit-stay and do not open the door until he calms down.
  • If your dog gets overly excited with arriving visitors, remove him from the scene ahead of time. Place him in his crate in a quiet room, and then let him join the party later.

5. The fireplace is toasty but can spell danger!

Here in Woodland Hills it doesn’t get too frosty but If you are all huddled around the fireplace toasting marshmallows, your dog may want to get in on the action too, even though animals generally avoid fire. If you are dressing your dog up for holiday pictures, be careful of the clothing around the fire. A random string or piece of fabric can quickly cause the entire outfit to light on fire. Also, although that cinnamon candle makes the house smell delicious, be careful that your dog doesn’t jump on the counters with a lit candle.

6. Be careful of poisons

Poinsettias are beautiful, but they cause dogs to vomit. Chocolate is a poisonous treat. And tinsel has sent many a dog to the emergency room!

7. Keep your tree and gifts safe

If you receive gifts in advance, be careful if they contain food. A tenacious dog can get through wrapping paper easily. If you put cookies out for Santa, make sure they don’t contain chocolate or your dog can’t get to them. Keep fragile ornaments toward the top of the Christmas tree; only place sturdy ones near the bottom.

8. Have fun

Don’t let the stress of the holidays overwhelm you! Relish any extra time you can spend with your pets and family!

Here at G’day! Pet Care Woodland Hills we hope you have a safe and blessed holiday season!

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How To Choose The Right Dog Walker For Your Woodland Hills Dog

How to Choose The Right Dog Walker For Your Woodland Hills Dog

Professional dog walking has grown rapidly over the last ten years, and the collapse of the economy has sent a new flood of dog lovers into the field. Because walking is a young business, there is currently no regulating body and anybody who wants to go into the business can hang out a shingle.

But walking dogs, particularly in groups, takes more than the passion we all share for them. There is specialized knowledge and skill that walkers should possess to ensure the safety of the dogs in their charge, as well as themselves and the other dogs and humans who share the beaches, trails, and parks.

To make sure the dog walker for your Woodland Hills Dog you hire is qualified, do a careful interview that includes the following questions.

1. Are they trained in canine learning theory, body language, and pack management?
You want a dog walker who knows how to: a) use scientifically sound, humane training methods; b) read body language and take appropriate steps to prevent fights (and properly break them up when need be); c) judge which dogs to place together for maximum compatibility; and 4) handle issues like quarrels over toys, space, or play styles. In short, you want someone with professional knowledge and the skill set to keep the group together and under control while everyone has a great time. Of course, a love of dogs is imperative but not enough on its own.

2. How many dogs do they walk at once?
Some cities, counties, and park districts now regulate the number of dogs a walker can take out together. But most do not. This means that some walkers are escorting six or eight dogs, while others are walking as many as 15 and even 20. Together. In public spaces. Whether on or off leash, each dog added to a group increases the potential for conflict, injury, lost dogs, and distraction, not to mention making individual attention pretty much impossible. Your dog deserves to be one of few rather than one of many.

3. Do they walk alone?
A dog walker’s job is to keep your Woodland Hills Dog safe and show her a good time. This means keeping vigilant focus. Teaming up with a friend can be fun, but it inevitably reduces attention. If that friend is also a dog walker, going out together combines two sets of dogs, making the pack too large for maximum safety. For best results, a dog walker should hit the trail with dogs, not other people. For similar reasons, cell phones and other potentially distracting devices should be turned off during dog walks.

4. Who will actually walk my dog?
Most dog walking companies are very small and the sole proprietor is the sole walker. Some have multiple employees, however. Find out whether the person who comes to meet you and your dog will be your actual dog walker. If not, ask about that person’s qualifications, too, and how she will be introduced to your Woodland Hills Dog. You may request to meet the walker yourself, if you prefer.

5. What size dogs do they walk together?
If you have a small dog, insist that your dog walk only with other dogs her size. If you have a large pooch, do the same. It’s too easy for small dogs to be injured during the course of play with and among their larger peers. And the risk of predatory drift, in which one dog attacks and even kills another, is much higher than is generally realized. This tragedy can and most commonly does happen between dogs who know each other and generally get along well, even for years. It’s safest to stick to the 50% rule. For example, if your dog weighs 30 pounds, his playmates should weigh no more than 60 pounds.

6. How much time do they guarantee on the walk?
If your walker will be transporting your dog, make sure that the time quoted to you is time out of the vehicle, roaming and having fun. The car ride shouldn’t be included. And make sure your walker is giving your furry friend her full due. Too many walkers load the pack back into the van after only 15 to 20 minutes of play, when the brochure says play sessions are 60 minutes long.

7. What kind of training methods and equipment do they use?
The American Veterinary Medical Association, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and The SF/SPCA all recommend hiring only positive-reinforcement based dog trainers. Use the same principles when choosing a Woodland Hills dog walker. Your walker should know how to keep a group of dogs under control and safe without the use of choke, prong, and shock collars; citronella or water spray; hitting, shoving, or yelling. Your dog is supposed to have a good time out there. You wouldn’t let a teacher spank your child. A professional walker shouldn’t need to resort to such measures, either.

8. Are they licensed, insured, and bonded?
Any walker using the word professional should carry dog-walking insurance and have a business license. All employees of a given company should be bonded.

9. Do they have a professional service contract and references?
You should be asked to sign a contract. Read it thoroughly, and feel comfortable asking for references. Then check them!

10. Are they certified to provide canine first aid, and what are your emergency protocols?
What will your Woodland Hills dog walker do if your dog is injured? What will be done with your dog if another dog in the group is hurt and requires the walker’s full attention? What about if the vehicle breaks down, if a dog is lost, or if a natural disaster occurs? Does the person carry emergency information and know the fastest route to the emergency veterinary clinic? In short, is he or she prepared? If you don’t ask, you won’t know.

G’day! Pet Care – Woodland Hills provides top notch professional dog walking services.

We have customized, affordable packages to suit your dog walking needs.

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