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Blog Entries - August 2014

Dog Days of Summer

Posted on: August 26, 2014
You already know how miserable a hot, humid day can be, but have you given much thought to how your fur coat-wearing pet handles the heat?  Pets suffer through heat and humidity just as much as we do, but have the added labor of trying to keep their cool read more …

The Best Food for Your Pet

Posted on: August 21, 2014
We all want to give our pets the very best.  Trying to choose a high quality pet food for your dog or cat can be confusing.  Labels are oftentimes misleading.  The Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) sets the US standard for read more …

NOW HIRING - Customer Service Representative

Posted on: August 15, 2014
PetWow is currently seeking a FULL TIME (or Part Time) customer service representative. We require a candidate with an outgoing, positive mindset and excellent communication skills to help serve our clients and their pets with the best possible customer read more …

NOW HIRING - Veterinary Assistant

Posted on: August 15, 2014
PetWow is currently seeking a FULL TIME (or Part Time) veterinary assistant. An ideal candidate is someone who is flexible, a self-starter, and who works well both independently and as a team member. Ideal candidate possesses proper animal read more …

NOW HIRING! - Professional Groomer

Posted on: August 15, 2014
PetWow is currently seeking a FULL TIME (or Part Time) groomer. An ideal candidate is someone who is flexible, a self-starter, and who works well both independently and as a team member. Compensation rate depends upon quality and read more …

How Much Is The Doggy In the Window?

Posted on: August 12, 2014
Most of us never think about the accruing costs of pet ownership when we are drawn to the wobbly runt of the litter, or the shelter dog with wisdom in his eyes.  Unfortunately, not only do our canine companions win over our hearts, but our wallets, read more …

Helping Your New Shelter Dog Adjust

Posted on: August 5, 2014
1 Start teaching a couple of simple commands like “sit” or “down.” This interaction helps to create and build the human-animal bond and helps your relationship with your dog to grow. 2 Be patient. Encourage your rescue dog to come to read more …