RVVS Blog


26
Jul 2018
Matchless Mutt-I-Grees

Today’s a day to mix it up! Share the one-of-a-kind love of mixed-breed dogs on National Mutt Day, July 31. Celebrated biannually — the other occurrence being December 2 — the loveable mutt gets her turn in the spotlight on these days, and we celebrate what makes a mutt marvelous! Sit, stay, and we’ll explain: – Mutts come in all ages, shapes, sizes, colors and kinds. Unlike a relatively predictable purebred dog, a mixed-breed dog is a unique blend of her different genetics–no two are alike! As with people, it’s the personality,......

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16
Jul 2018
Looking Sharp

We often think of putting our best foot forward in terms of putting on something special. But for your pet to put her best paw forward, all that’s needed is an appropriate grooming routine that keeps her healthy and looking sharp. And you don’t need to look any further to get your pet perfectly preened than our professional groomer. Our professional groomer does more than just wash and brush your pet. In addition to a plethora of knowledge about appropriate haircuts for breeds and hair types, our groomer will also handle your......

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03
Jul 2018
Paw Pack Playtime

So you think your dog could use a little more activity during the day, but you’re at work? What’s a busy pet parent to do? One option is to enroll your pup in our doggy daycare, but it’s not the right choice for every dog. How do you know if it’s the right choice for yours? Know your dog’s temperament. First, it’s important to know that not every dog is suited for doggy daycare. Some are more introverted than others or don’t do well in larger groups. If your dog falls into......

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09
Mar 2018
Grooming Your Dog at River Valley Groom & Board

Are you looking for a groomer in the Prior Lake area? River Valley Groom & Board is the perfect solution for you and your pet. Grooming for our pets goes beyond having a flowing coat or stylish haircut, impacting their overall health. Dirt and oils that accumulate under matted fur can cause skin infections, along with the mats themselves pulling and stretching the skin underneath, causing pain. While short-haired pets usually require brushing only once or twice each week, medium- and long-haired pets need daily brushings. This commitment should be taken into......

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