Spring is almost here. And that means a lot of dogs are finding new homes. Whether you picked up a puppy or adopted a rescue, you are now on a new and fantastic journey. Here are three simple guideposts to help you build a rewarding relationship with your new best friend.
Posts Categorized: Dog Care
If we could translate a dog’s Sniff Around experience into English, turn it into a video and condense it to four minutes, we think it would go a little something like this. (Dogs are surprisingly appreciative of the philosophical underpinning of The Watering Bowl.)
Hope Retter is allergic to dogs. That might explain why she only has four of them and loves working at The Watering Bowl. But somehow, we think the explanation has more to do with her love for our four-legged clientele that happens to be so big that it spills over onto canvas. And paper and… Read more »
You might recognize Soldier. He was the first dog featured in our “Pet of the Week” adoption feature during our Adoptober partnership with the Animal Protective Association. And—wait, hang on. This just in: he was almost immediately adopted and now his name is Rocco.
At The Watering Bowl, we like to think of ourselves as a cage-free canine community. Now, we’re taking that designation a step further with by helping to open our first-ever dog park in the St. Louis community. Introducing the Forest Park Southeast Dog Park. No cages, no leashes—just a great place to #domorewithyourdog.
We don’t know how you celebrate National Pet First Aid Awareness Month, but at The Watering Bowl, we sent our staff to be trained in pet first aid by the American Red Cross.
You may have heard us extolling the virtues of our pet-specific rubber floors either in person or right here on this blog. That’s because literally and figuratively, flooring is the foundation of a rewarding day of play at The Watering Bowl.
Dog Smarts Seminar, Wednesday March 2 We all know dogs. And we all love dogs. But there’s always more we can learn about them in order to get to know and love them, better and more.
We are spoiled with an abundance of talented, driven staff. They share our passion for dogs, and they always bring interesting experience to our cage-free canine community. Take our black-belt-wearing, rattlesnake-rearing, former zoo intern and wolf sanctuary employee, Kristina.
It’s been a while since we’ve shone the staff spotlight on one of the amazing humans of our cage-free canine community. So, to make up for lost time (all the way back to June), we are way overcompensating by featuring three of our managers. One from each location. We are pleased to introduce you to… Read more »