Category Archives: Pet Boarding Blog

Professional pet boarding dogs cats rabbits, snakes potbelly pig, parrotsIn our Pet Boarding Blog we are sharing updates about what is going on at Camino Verde Pet Resort.
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Free Pet Transportation Tucson

Free Pet Transportation Tucson offered by Camino Verde Pet Resort was taken advantage of by quiet a few people after its invention. Of course the intention is to make it easier for our clients that are currently boarding their Pets further up North and don’t like to drive far. Thank you for trying us out- […]

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Free Feeding Meal Feeding Dogs

Free Feeding Meal Feeding Dogs The question is: Should you be meal feeding or free feeding your dog? Meal feeding is when you provide your dog with meals at set times of each day. If you do, it is recommended to feed once or twice for adult dogs per day. On puppies, three times per […]

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Dog Ear cleaning

Dog ear cleaning is essential for the health of your dog. Checking your dog’s ears regularly helps to detect need for cleaning early enough to prevent developing an ear infection. In order to prevent infection from developing, it is recommended to clean the inside of the ears once a month. If the dog of a breed […]

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Dog Bedding Dangers

Be aware of Dog Bedding Dangers at all times! Most dog owners want to make their dogs comfortable in a crate of kennel and provide him with a blanket or towel. They also put a piece of clothing of themselves, including socks some times. Toys are left with the dog as well in order to […]

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Dog Nail Trim

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The Dog Nail Trim is recommended to be done about every two months on average. Unless he is spending sufficient amount of time running on hard surface so that his claws are grinded down naturally. If he has due claws though, those of course need to be trimmed regularly as they don’t touch the ground […]

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Puppy love

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One of the many opportunities I've had at CV Pet Resort is being able to work with puppies, watching them develop into these awesome dogs and knowing that I was part of it, is just pure joy. Little Lexus here is teaching me what love means. From the way she stares at me to the […]

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Finding my vocation

Working with animals has always been a dream of mine, I've always felt the need to protect and care for any living being, from cats and dogs, to bunnies and prairie dogs. It was with this last one that I could actually say that I have found my vocation. It was a rainy Thursday, I […]

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Happy Days

Working with live animals can be challenging. Especially around dogs, mostly because there is a lot of barking and noise, they are all excited to see you go in and out! To them, mostly, it means "we get treats, our breakfast or dinner….and attention!, Hurayyyyyyy!". A lot of clients ask me how I do it? […]

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Lupe Shiba Inu

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I am excited to inform that after a year of working at CV Pet Resort,  one of our regulars, Lupe has finally warmed up to me and allowed me to pet her. Although it was only for a second,  for me it was big progress. She is a Shiba Inu, and even thou she is friendly she […]

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Playtime with Lucy

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Yesterday as I began my working day the very first thing I do is to feed all dogs who eat twice a day, as I was checking every kennel card to make sure I was feeding the right ones, I noticed Lucy had playtime scheduled. I continued with my routine and then proceeded to play with […]

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