Easy-to-Make Homemade Dog Treat Recipes

Posted by Dawn Donaldson

Easy-to-Make Homemade Dog Treat Recipes

No one knows your dog better than you do, so why buy treats that are made for the masses? These two recipes are easy to make, and include a gluten-free option in case your pup has a sensitivity to grains. We also like to make a few extra to use as hostess gifts for our friends’ pups. And the best part? These are so easy to make that even your human kids can help!

You could shape these treats as squares or rectangles, but check out these bone-shaped cookie cutters from Ann Clark. At $8.99, these tin-plated steel shapes will let Fido know just how special he is!

3-Ingredient Grain-Free Treats

1.5 cups chickpea flour

1/2 cup pumpkin puree

1/2 cup natural peanut butter (no added sugar or salt)

In a large glass bowl, combine all ingredients to form a dough ball. The dough should be smooth and not sticky. If it feels sticky, add an extra teaspoon of flour at a time until the texture is smooth. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate for one hour. 

Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Place an extra square of parchment paper on the counter, or use the plastic wrap you covered the dish with. Sprinkle a rolling pin and the plastic wrap or parchment paper with flour and roll until dough is a half-inch in thickness. Be sure to dust the cookie cutters with additional flour each time you cut a shape. If you’re not using cookie cutters, dust your knife with flour as you cut the dough into squares.

Place treats with about 1 inch of room between them and cook for 30 minutes, then leave in the oven for another 30 minutes with the oven turned off. Remove and allow to cool for about 4 to 5 hours.

Store in a container with the lid off for up to four weeks. Do not refrigerate.

Sweet Potato Jerky

These are terrific treats for your pup and are packed with fiber, vitamin C, potassium, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), niacin (vitamin B3), vitamin B6, manganese and magnesium. The best part? There’s just one ingredient: sweet potatoes!

Preheat oven to 250 degrees. Wash and slice potatoes length-wise, about 1/4-inch thick. Either use non-stick spray or place on parchment paper. Cook for 1.5 hours, then turn the potatoes and cook for another 1.5 hours. After cooking, allow the potatoes to reach room temperature before storing them in a sealed container in the refrigerator. These will stay fresh for up to one week.

Baking treats for your dog is easy and fun, and the cost is significantly less than pre-packaged treats. Plus there are no added preservatives so they’re healthier than those mass-produced treats. At Dog Day, Every Day!, our experienced staff will care your pup while you’re at work and love them almost as much as you do. Give us a call at 513-860-DOGS to learn more about our full or part-time doggie daycare and spa.

How To Spot and Get Rid of Fleas

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How To Spot and Get Rid of Fleas

Dogs can turn themselves into the funniest positions when trying to scratch that itch. And while it’s cute on occasion, when your pup starts scratching too often, it means there could be a problem with fleas that needs your immediate attention.

What are fleas exactly?

 According to WebMD, “More than 2,500 different species of fleas exist throughout the world, yet one is the most common among American dogs and cats. It’s called Ctenocephalides felis, or the cat flea. That’s right. If your dog has fleas, they’re most likely cat fleas.”

Fleas are the most common external parasites on dogs. Adult fleas are about an eighth of an inch long. They’re reddish-brown and very thin. It’s difficult to see what they look like without a microscope (though it’s easier on a light-colored fur), but they do have big back legs. They can jump, by some measurements, upward and outward at least a foot in a single leap. And one estimation finds that for every adult flea found on your pet, there are at least 100 immature ones hanging around.

The reason for the itch is that when fleas bite, their salivary glands release a substance that causes skin irritation. 

How do I know if the itch is caused by fleas?

Depending on your dog’s coat length and color, fleas can be difficult to find with the naked eye. Because fleas are so hard to find, you might need to rely on the presence of flea dirt to determine whether or not your dog has fleas. Flea dirt is actually flea poop, and it appears as specks of dirt on your dog’s skin. Fleas multiply extremely quickly, so it’s important to treat the infestation as soon as possible.

How to treat fleas

Fighting a flea infestation on your dog can be emotional and a lot of work. Treat your dog with a fast-acting oral flea treatment recommended by your vet. Then use a flea comb — dip comb in a mixture of dish soap and water to kill remaining fleas on comb. And follow up with a flea shampoo. 

But really, it’s best to use a flea preventive year-round. These are available from your vet and most come in simple chews that dogs actually like to take, thanks to their flavoring. Your vet will work with you to choose the prevention method that works best for you and your dog. Keep in mind that preventives work best when used regularly year-round; simply applying for one or two months can leave your dog unprotected.

At Dog Day, Every Day!, we know a healthy dog is a happy dog. Bring your pup in for services with our experienced groomers, who will give your dog a bath and blow dry. And try our Shed-less package, which combines our famous shed-less treatment along with 15 minutes of brushing with the patented FURminator tool. This reduces shedding up to 90 percent! Call us today at 513-860-DOGS to make your appointment. For more tips, check us out on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest!

Are All Dogs Good Swimmers?

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Are All Dogs Good Swimmers

Doggie paddling. A term so common we even use it to describe some swimming by humans. Some dogs are great natural swimmers and relish time in the water, but others, well, not so much. Although many dogs can swim a bit and there are always exceptions to every rule, some breeds are more likely than others to enjoy a dip in the pool.

Typical Breeds That Have Trouble in Water

All dogs will naturally begin to paddle when in water, but that doesn’t mean they can keep themselves afloat. Some dogs lack the physical anatomy to keep themselves above water, and others with extra thick or heavy fur also have issues. Pugs, Bulldogs, Pekingese, Boxers, Dachshunds and Basset Hounds are among the breeds who have more difficulty than others. Again, there are always exceptions, but the anatomy of these breeds tend to give them a harder time. Whether it’s shorter legs or the flatness of the face, these breeds have to work much harder than others to stay afloat.

No matter your dog’s breed, it’s always best to test them in water with you close enough to scoop them into your loving arms to avoid accidents until you know of your dog’s water skills. Even a little scare for them can cause unnecessary trauma that could scare them away from all water – including bath time.  

If you find out your dog isn’t a great swimmer but you do have a pool in your backyard, it’s best to invest in a life jacket. If your furbaby sees you in the pool having fun, he or she might jump in to be a part of the fun. RUFFWEAR’s life vests are highly rated and come in a variety of sizes. They help your dog stay upright, and have a sturdy handle so you can pull them out of water at the first sign of danger.

Other Pool/Fresh Water Swimming Issues To Watch Out For

Most dogs will look at any form of water, whether it’s a pool, lake or the ocean, as a giant water bowl. It’s important to have plenty of fresh water around when swimming, and encourage your dog to drink from their water bowl. Salt water isn’t good for humans or dogs to drink, and in pools, there’s another issue. According to Chief Veterinary Officer of American Kennel Club, Dr. Jerry Klein, “As far as chlorine: the amount in a pool is negligible, but the toxic concerns are with dogs getting into chlorine tablets, so they should be put in a safe location where a dog cannot ingest them.” And even if your dog could win a swimming medal in the Olympics, never let them swim unattended.

It’s always best to rinse off your dog after a swim. The salt or chlorine from the swimming water can irritate some dogs’ skin. You don’t have to give them a full bath with shampoo unless you have concerns the water may be contaminated. Go with your instincts. If your skin is irritated after a swim, follow up with a full bath for your dogs, too.

At Dog Day, Every Day!, we offer a full dog spa with baths, blueberry facials and Shed-Less treatments to care for your dog and his skin. Also, we charge by the pound for our spa services to help save you money. Check out our website or call us at 513-860-DOGS for details. And don’t forget to check us out on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest for more great tips!

8 Summer Dog Grooming Tips

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Summer Dog Grooming Tips

The dog days of summer are in full bark and this season is particularly challenging for us pet parents. This summer was already expected to be a “ruff” one for mosquitos and ticks, but the recent severe rains have made it even worse. Now that the heat is on and we’re able to be outside more, it’s more important than ever to be diligent about grooming our beloved furbabies.

Coat Length

Shorter hair not only keeps your dog cooler in the heat, but it’s also a must to more easily check for fleas, ticks and bug bites. It’s important to strike the proper balance though. If the hair is too short, your dog is more susceptible to sunburn. The professional groomers at West Chester’s Dog Day, Every Day! can guide you to finding the right style that protects your pooch.

Paw Care

We’ve talked before about the dangers of sidewalk heat on your dog’s paws, but extra time outside can cause other issues. Your dog’s paw pads are sensitive and the heat can cause dryness, which can lead to cracks and even small tears. In between professional pawdicure visits, apply a balm to avoid any issues. There are plenty of balms on the market, but the one we like best is the organic paw soother from the Natural Dog Company. This balm is handcrafted with no artificial preservatives or harmful ingredients, and it comes in a convenient stick for easier application. It also works on rough noses and elbows.

Jagged nails are also a big problem in the summer. While this might not cause your dog any serious issues, we’ve all felt the effects of jagged nails when our furbaby jumps into our lap. At Dog Day, we offer professional pawdicures where we trim the nails and dremel them to a smooth finish.


Playing outside means your dog will get dirtier faster. Whether they’re rolling in the grass or in a dirt or mud patch, summer is the time for regular baths. Our baths include a blow dry and thorough brushing, but we also recommend a Shed-Less package. You’ve probably noticed an increase in shedding in your home. This is natural this time of year and while this is nature’s way of keeping your dog cooler, it certainly doesn’t make house-keeping any easier. Our Shed-Less package combines our famous shed-less treatment along with 15 minutes of brushing with the patented FURminator tool. This reduces shedding up to 90 percent. 

Having fun in the sun is a great way to bond with your dog and make memories that will last a lifetime. Show your dog how thankful you are for him or her by calling 513-860-DOGS (3647) to enroll them at Dog Day, Every Day!, where they can run freely, enjoy our water days and play in a happy and safe environment full or part-time when you can’t be with them. And don’t forget to check us out on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest for more tips and updates!

5 Best Water Toys For Dogs

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5 Best Water Toys For Dogs
As pet parents, there is nothing better than watching the joy on our pup’s face as he or she plays. And certainly nothing on TV is as funny as watching a pup who loves play with water learn to play with a new water toy. Looking to have a great time with your pup in your own backyard or at the pool this summer? Check out these five toys we know your pup will love.

Oscillating Sprinklers

Nothing fancy needed for this great time. Watch the fun your pup will have playing with a good oscillating sprinkler and water your lawn at the same time. Available at any hardware store (and even at larger grocery stores), just attach the sprinkler to the hose and prepare to laugh. Which way will the water go? Can he or she figure out how to get a drink without getting the rest of their body wet? Step up the challenge factor and toss his or her favorite ball in the mix. 

Aqua Kong

Great for the pool or lake, the Aqua Kong is a medium or large-sized dog’s best friend – aside from you, of course! It’s made of a foam core to keep the Aqua Kong afloat with a braided rope coming out of the end to make it easy to fetch and maneuver. Available in medium or large, the bright orange Aqua Kong, like other Kong toys, is made of durable rubber to handle even the roughest play. $13.99-$15.99

ZippyPaws Floaterz Duck Squeak Toy

Perfect for smaller dogs, the ZippyPaws duck squeak toy is a light-weight toy that floats and has two squeakers inside to make a sound your pup is sure to love. It’s Frisbee shape also makes it easy to toss to your pup, who can carry it back to you by gripping its sides or adorable ducky head. Finished with a Z-stitch to help the toy last longer, this is great fun in a baby pool, during bath time or as an outdoor-only toy. $8.99

BACOENG Outdoor Dog Pet Water Sprinkler 

Part toy, part drinking fountain, the BECOENG sprinkler is all fun. Connect your hose and as soon as your pup steps on the giant paw-shaped button, a gentle yet steady stream of water comes out, perfect for getting a drink or for playtime! Built with durability in mind, the sprinkler has a leak-proof copper valve and rubber friction pads to minimize movement when in use! $39.99

Matty’s Henry The Hydrant Water Sprinkler

This one is meant for kids, but all dogs love it. Shaped like a fire hydrant and made of hard plastic, Henry the Hydrant spays water up to 10-feet high and 16-feet wide and attaches easily to any standard hose. $19.99  

At Dog Day, Every Day!, we love water days at our West Chester, Ohio daycare. Instead of leaving your best friends at home while you work or run errands, enroll your pups today and let us have a great time playing our water games with them! While all of these toys are great ways to cool off this summer, we’d love to see video or photos of your dog playing with their summer toys. Share them with us on Facebook or Twitter!

Keep Your Dog Safe in the Summer Heat

Posted by Dawn Donaldson

keep your dog safe in summer heat

We’ve been looking forward to warmer weather for months, and now that it’s finally here, we’re ready to head outside for longer walks and plenty of playtime at the park with our furry friends. As dog owners, warmer weather does bring along its own set of challenges, so please take a few moments to “bone up” on how to best care for your best friend. And remember, never, ever leave your dog unattended in a parked car!


Having access to fresh water is a year-round labor of love for our furbabies, but hydration is even more important during warmer months. If you’re checking your dog’s water dish twice a day, we recommend upping this to three times a day when it’s warm. Odds are your pup loves ice, so adding a few ice cubes is a fun treat. In moderation, ice cubes aren’t dangerous for most dogs, but if you have an aggressive chewer whose teeth are sensitive or fragile, it’s best to give them crushed ice instead of cubes to avoid broken teeth. 

If you’re planning a day at the park, it’s a great idea to bring along a quart of bottled water that’s been previously frozen. The ice will melt during play time, and should be a perfectly refreshing temperature by the time they’re ready for it. 

We also recommend stashing a few portable water dishes in the car and next to your disposable bags when heading out for walks. This way you’ll be able to easily share your own water with your friend, and you’ll be ready when you pass drinking fountains.


It’s very important to check the temperature of the sidewalk before walking your dog. The temperature outside and the temperature of concrete and asphalt are two very different things. When it’s 77 degrees outside, concrete or asphalt could be as high as 127 degrees. We recommend placing your hands (not the palm side) on the concrete for 15 seconds before taking your dogs for a walk. If you can tolerate the temperature well, they should be fine, but keep your eyes on them. If your dog starts to hop, holds up a paw, or makes a beeline for grass, take a break and head home as soon as possible. Check out this article from PetMD for what to do if your dog’s paws do get burned. Also, try to include shaded areas into your favorite walking route.

Heat Stroke Signs in Dogs

Heat stroke is a very serious condition that can be fatal. If you notice your dog panting rapidly, drooling, vomiting and acting weak or unresponsive, please get him or her to the closet veterinarian. For more information about heat stroke in dogs, check out PetMD.

Frequent Grooming

Frequent grooming can absolutely help your best friend stay cooler in the summer. Even if you don’t want a fun, new hairstyle for your pup, frequent baths and brushing help remove his or her undercoat, which helps them stay cooler. At Dog Day, Every Day!, we offer Shed-Less treatments and packages as add-ons to our baths. Using our patented FURminator tool, we can reduce shedding up to 90 percent! These treatments remove excess hair so your pup is not only cooler, but sheds less around your home. We charge by the pound for our spa services to help save you money. Check out our website or call us at 513-860-DOGS for details. And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest for more great tips. Happy summer!

We’re lucky to live, work and play in West Chester, Ohio. Our town is home to many great spots and is well-known for our love of dogs. But that doesn’t mean our furbabies are allowed to visit every business in town. Here are a few spots though where you and your pups are always welcome! 

Wiggly Field

If you’ve lived in West Chester a while, you probably know about Wiggly Field Dog Park in Voice of America MetroPark. This park is such a great spot for pups and their parents it’s also made a few all-Cincinnati lists as a great place for singles to get dates! Located near the Athletic Field Complex, Wiggly is actually two separate dog parks: one for smaller dogs and one for larger dogs, and both are fenced in. Packed with plenty of benches and shaded spots, the park’s attention to rules makes is part of what makes it great. Dogs must remain next to owners, but they don’t have to remain on a leash as long as the owner is carrying a leash. And other pet parents are likely to ask those with aggressive dogs to find another spot to play.

The Cone

The Cone is another West Chester institution that is a perfect spot for dogs. Located at the corner of Tylersville and Cincinnati-Dayton Rd., the Cone is so dog-friendly there’s even a giant plastic one on its roof. While technically rules are no dogs since it’s a restaurant, it’s tough to drive by and not see a few well-behaved pups and their parents enjoying some treats in its outdoor seating area. Some other restaurants with outdoor areas are often packed with pups as well, but in our experience, it can be hit or miss if that day’s staff or other patrons on the patios will tolerate your pup sitting next to you at your table.

Troy’s Café

Troy’s Café on Smith Road is another spot that always allows well-behaved pups in their outdoor seating area. Known for its amazing Cuban sandwich, Troy’s is a chef-driven spot that focuses on dishes made with seasonal, local ingredients. Run by Troy and his wife, Tania, the couple has created a restaurant that serves fresh, upscale-tasting food in a casual atmosphere. It’s also kid-friendly and has a great kid’s menu.

Lucky Dog Grille

Just down the road in Mason, Lucky Dog Grille absolutely allows your well-behaved pup to sit with you in its outdoor seating area. Known for its delicious dry rubbed, smoked wings and ample craft beers, this spot is a great option when you want a casual dinner or lunch. Serving everything from burgers and wraps to salads, tacos and even baked fish, everyone at your table can find something to enjoy.

Of course, you and your furbabies are always welcome at Dog Day, Every Day in West Chester! Please give us a call at 513-860-3647 to talk with us about your doggie daycare or grooming needs!

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We know you love your dogs, but you might not be a fan of how quickly they can destroy a toy. Whether it’s out of excitement, curiosity or over-playing with their new obsession, some dogs are natural power chewers. And while dog owners are thrilled when we bring something home our pups love, it’s normal to feel a ping of regret that the toy you spent money on is ruined within hours. Here are a few of our favorite indestructible dog toys.


Pet parents of power chewers probably already love the Nylabone line of nylon “bones,” but did you know they also make toys? Check out the Power Chew Double Action Chew Toy that is soft enough for carrying yet durable enough for chewing. Also, check out the Power Chew Double Action Ball and the Power Chew Dental Dinosaur for a little variety. All of these products freshen your pup’s breath and massage their gums. Talk a win/win/win!


Many manufacturers claim their toys are indestructible, but GoughNuts guarantees it. They’ve even built indicator lights into its toys that turn red if the toy becomes compromised. The toys are also easy to clean, float in water and are recyclable. The original GoughNut is shaped like, well, a doughnut (hence the name), but they also make sticks and balls.

Planet Dog

Another one of our favorite manufacturers, Planet Dog’s products are durable, eco-friendly and made in the USA. For power chewers though, its Orbee Tuff line is among the best. Its simple fetch ball, available in green or pink, is great for tossing or self-play in or out of the water. If you’re like us and not fans of stepping on dog toys in the dark, try its Luna ball, which glows in the dark. 


The folks who started Kong are also pet parents of power chewers so they understand what you need. While they don’t make fun balls or chew toys, the Kong Extreme line might just be what your pup needs. Its erratic bounce will throw your dog off a bit, which in our experience helps makes for a toy that keeps your pup’s interest longer.

Fluffy Paws

Your dog loves a squeaky toy, right? Problem is, they last about an hour. And you have to watch them closely because the pieces that actually squeak are a choking hazard. We feel your pain. When nothing but a squeaky toy will do, try Fluffy Paws Durable Bone-Shaped Toy. It lasts much longer than other squeakers, but that’s about the best you can hope for with this style of toy.

We hope this list of toys brings your pup happiness and exercise and saves you some stress. Those are our goals at Dog Day, Every Day, too! Please give us a call at 513-860-3647 to talk with us about your doggie daycare or grooming needs!

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Dog's Feet and Nails

This is the time of year everything begins to grow again! Your dog’s nails, however, have continued to grow all year long. In fact, they may have grown a bit longer over the winter if the weather prohibited or limited the number of dog walks the two of you were able to take. No worries though! The good news is that you can easily maintain your dogs’ nails – and paws – by following a few simple tips.

Inspecting your dog’s feet and nails 

Whether your dogs are mainly indoors or outdoors, their feet and nails can suffer some ill effects. Discomfort or pain from overgrown nails, broken or chipped nail tips, and scratches and cuts to their paws or toes are just some of the problems that could go unnoticed. Additionally, dogs can suffer frostbite in winter months and burns from hot pavement during the summer months. By regularly checking out your dogs’ feet for these and other problems, you’ll be able to quickly address them and keep Fido or Fifi healthy and happy.

Washing your dogs’ feet 

Keeping their feet clean is a good practice for a number of reasons, not the least of which is limiting the amount of dirt tracked into your home from outdoors! But also, keeping mud, rock salt, and other debris from collecting on or between dogs’ nails and toes will keep them from ingesting it (by licking their own feet) and eliminate any discomfort. A quick (but less effective) way to clean your pup’s feet is to use a dog wipe to wash and a paper towel to dry. The better way is to use a small bucket of warm water and dog shampoo, dip each foot, rinse and dry with a towel.

Grooming that includes nail trimming

Scheduling regular grooming by a professional dog groomer is the best way to ensure your pet not only looks her very best but also receives the attention she needs to details like nail trimming. While regularly walking your dogs helps to keep their nails worn down, trimming is necessary to make sure they don’t overgrow. Two problems can occur from overgrown nails: Possible pain and discomfort from long nails putting pressure on their toes, and the overgrowth of the “quick,” the blood vessel that supplies the nails with nutrients. When the quick overgrows, cutting nails can result in bleeding, injury or infection for your pet. Avoid these situations by having your dogs’ nails trimmed during monthly grooming.

Dog Day, Every Day's Pawdicures include not only nail trimming but the nails are also dremeled to a smooth finish, resulting in nails that are trimmed to the correct length without the jagged edges.

At Dog Day, Every Day! we believe in promoting a healthy lifestyle for our furry friends, which is why we work hard to create a positive, active environment that promotes their well-being. We provide a wide range of services that cater to each dog’s unique needs. So, enroll today or call us at 513-860-DOGS (3647).

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Shedding Some Light on Shedding

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Shedding Some Light on Shedding

As the weather begins to turn warm and you and your dogs begin spending more time outdoors, you’re likely to notice that your furry best friend is beginning to shed. In fact, dogs shed more in the spring than at any other time of the year. Despite the mess that dog hair can cause your home, there are a few simple things you can do to help manage your pet’s shedding. As well, exploring some facts about why and when dogs shed may also prove to be useful in helping to understand the process and allowing you to better manage the amount of shedding that goes on in your home.

Why and When Dogs Shed

Shedding naturally occurs in most dogs as their body’s way of seasonally preparing their coat for the coming season. Because dogs don’t sweat the way that humans do, they need a lighter coat of hair in the summer months and a thicker coat in the winter season. That is why they tend to shed the most in spring for their lighter summer coat. Dogs also begin to shed again toward the end of summer – albeit less than in spring – to prepare for regrowth of a thicker coat for winter. Contrariwise, many breeds will shed gradually year-round. While it’s a natural process, it’s not very forgiving, especially when dog parents are trying to maintain a household that may include people with allergies to dog hair and dander.

What You Can Do

  • Choose Breeds Wisely - For those who are looking to adopt a new canine into their households, if shedding is a major concern for you, then you may consider choosing a breed that sheds little or not at all. A few breeds that offer little to no shedding include Poodles and Dachshunds, while Retrievers usually shed more throughout the year. 

  • Brush Them Often - Removing loose hair by brushing your dogs outdoors (if possible) will go a long way toward lessening the probability of pet hair and dander lingering around your household. As well, vacuuming dog beds and areas of the house where they spend the most time will help to relieve possible allergic reactions.

  • Bathe Them Regularly – Giving your dogs a bath regularly (no more than 2 to 3 times a month) is a great way to not only keep dog hair out of your home but also to give your pet-friends some needed attention plus keep them smelling fresh and looking healthy.

Let Dog Day help you keep shedding to a minimum in your home. Bathe and care for your dogs with the Dog Day full-service bath including a Shed-less Package. Our Shed-less Package combines our famous shed-less treatment along with 15 minutes of brushing using the patented FURminator tool, which can reduce shedding up to 90 percent.

At Dog Day, Every Day! we believe in promoting a healthy lifestyle for our furry friends, that’s why we work hard to create a positive, active environment that promotes their well-being. We provide a wide range of services that cater to each dog’s unique needs. So, enroll today or call us at 513-860-DOGS (3647).

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