You love your dog. They are as much a part of your family as, well, you are! You’d do anything for your dog, but sometimes life happens and you can’t be there. Physical and mental stimulation keep dogs happy and healthy — and knowing that your furry friend is happy and healthy is important to you. Whether your dog needs a long walk, a jog, a brisk run, or to simply get out in the yard to relieve themselves, we are here to help. We are there for your dog when you can’t be.

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Sweet Potato Chews for your Dog!

Anyone else have (uncooked) sweet potatoes laying around?! Here is a simple recipe that can help you make some sweet potato chews for your fur babies. Not only is it easy to make, but it’s also a healthy, one-ingredient recipe. Which can especially come in handy if your pup has any allergies or sensitivities to food.  Preheat your oven to 225 degrees Fahrenheit and move on to washing your sweet potato and then towel dry them. There is no need to peel the skin off, but you can do so if you prefer. Next, slice the ends off and slice...
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Fun Things To Do With Your Pets

With COVID 19 here to stay for a while in Edmonton, more people are working from home and currently may not need a dog walker or pet sitter.  As we also continue to limit our outings, we have to get increasingly creative in regards to things we can do with our pets. Not only does this keep them happy, this will also keep you and your family happy. Here are a few actives you can do with your cat or dog. Cats Sometimes humans get bored and often feel like it takes ‘too long’ for our cats to engage during...
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3 Tips About Pet First Aid

Pet First Aid is the emergency treatment administered to a sick or injured animal before professional medical care is available. Would you know what to do in the event of a pet emergency? Have you experienced a pet emergency?  Much of the first aid administered to pets is similar to that administered to humans, but with some distinct differences, especially when referring to their anatomy. Pets also cannot tell you or explain how they’re feeling but will show you that they are unwell through different behaviours.  Most of  the Dog Jogs staff team are certified through the Walks N Wags...
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