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BowWow Fun Towne provides doggie day care, boarding, puppy preschool, do it yourself dog washing tubs and indoor swimming pool just for our canine companion. We are taking extra precaution to keep everyone safe and healthy. We require all customers to wear face covering and maintain social distance. BowWow Fun Towne staff are required to wear mask and daily temperature will be taken. Lobby will be disinfected hourly. Curbside drop off/pick up is available. Please watch the video for proper protocol of conducting business at BowWow Fun Towne.
BowWow Fun Towne has gone to the dogs… We are a doggie daycare where a dog can be a dog.
At BowWow Fun Towne your dog will enjoy spending time with his/her friends, getting great exercise and being cared for by human friends who love dogs and enjoy interacting with them. While you’re gone, you can rest assured that your dog is not only happy, but feels secure and is continuously receiving positive reinforcement and training throughout the entire day as we practice basic cues.
We believe in offering your pup positive reinforcement and enrichment in a fun learning environment, by rewarding him with a marker (clicker) and treats to reinforce appropriate behaviors. Your dog will love being with our employees, who take the time to stimulate him with interactive obedience cues and while offering plenty of opportunities to socialize with other pups. Doggie Daycare is not just about dog-sitting, we’re here to support you in your efforts to have a well mannered pet!
We believe the goal for the best doggie daycare should be to provide both physically and mentally stimulating activities for your pup…to keep him active and learning throughout the day.
BowWow Fun Towne is your local neighborhood dog day care where your canine pals from many locations: Brier, Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Bothell, Lake City, Kirkland, Mountlake Terrace, Shoreline, Edmonds, Lynnwood, Seattle & more! We provide the following services: dog day care, boarding, self wash, full service grooming, doggie swimming pool and a pet store — BowWow Fun Towne is a total care facility for your very best friend!
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Tips For Taking Care Of Your Senior Dog
My face may be white but my heart is pure gold. There is no shame in growing old.” – unknown
Have you noticed your dog may be slowing down a little, has maybe gained a few pounds, or is possibly getting a bit gray around the muzzle? These are all signs that your pup is becoming a senior.
Just like humans, aging is a normal process for dogs. Different breeds and sizes of dogs age differently and at different rates, but they all age.
Being able to have your dog reach his/her senior years is a great blessing…you’ve enjoyed his companionship for so long. But now it’s important that you understand how to care for him as a senior, by making subtle changes to his routines, care, environment or food, that will help him continue to enjoy life and be as healthy as possible.
Caring for your senior dog…
Each dog’s needs and requirements are different, but little changes can make a big difference. Be sure to talk to your vet about what she would recommend in all things.
- Keep your dog active – There is nothing better for your aging dog than to keep him moving and active. It will help him maintain his weight, muscles and healthy joints. This doesn’t mean you have to take him out to catch Frisbees, but daily, length appropriate walks are excellent. If this is a new routine, start slow and let your dog’s stamina build up gradually.
- Feed your dog age-appropriate food – Your dog’s health will be better as he ages if he is eating a well-balanced diet. And it can help him maintain a healthy weight. There are foods designed for senior dogs that are fewer in calories and lower in fat, while giving him the nutrition he needs. Your vet may suggest supplements in order to maintain the nutrition he needs.
- Have regular visits (at least semi-annually) to your vet – When Fido was younger, going to the vet once a year was usually enough, but as he ages, he can become more prone to various illnesses or ailments. Regular visits can help him stay healthier and happier.
- Keep your dog’s mouth healthy – Ideally you should clean your dog’s teeth daily, but most dogs and dog parents aren’t a big fan of this routine. But there are dental treats and toys that you can give him, and when you take him to the vet or the groomer on a regular basis, they can do the cleaning for you.
- Maintain regular grooming – Whether you like to do the grooming yourself, or you prefer to have it professionally done, grooming is a big part of good health. As your dog ages he can develop a dry brittle coat, and/or dry, flaking, irritated skin. Regular brushing and haircuts, along with baths using a mild shampoo can ease the dryness and irritation, while keeping his coat looking good..
- Spend time with Fido – Just because he’s aging, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t spend time with him. He is used to having attention from you, and if that changes, he can grow anxious and afraid. This is a good time to go for rides in the car, walks on the beach or on a gentle trail, or go for an outing at a park.
Every white hair is one day of experience in being the very best friend you’ve ever had.” – Jaymi Heimbuch
We are experts in dog day care, we care about your dogs and take their health and well-being seriously. Our facility features a full size swimming pool for fun and exercise.
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