Come to our open house on Saturday, December 10 from 11:00am to 2:00pm in Sudbury and see what the excitement is all about! Our director of Dog Training, Leslie Zelamsky, will be available to answer all of your questions and show you our wonderful new facility. All open house visitors will receive a complimentary raffle ticket for a FREE half-day stay in our Day School. Click here for more information about or call 978/443-7682 to schedule your free evaluation.
We have enhanced our Companion Rewards program in order to offer you, our loyal customers, even greater value when you shop at Especially for Pets! With this free service, you will enjoy benefits such as receive your 13th purchase of cat or dog food free from our Participating Rewards Brands, earn a 3% reward on all supplies, and receive a 10th grooming free and $10 off the second and all subsequent four to seven-week dog training classes! Get with the program and find out more about being rewarded for your purchases! You deserve it!
The Worcester Animal Rescue League (WARL) prides itself on giving compassion to every being that turns to them for help, providing shelter and care for animals as well as respect and resources for people. The $8,100 received today will directly impact the lives of shelter pets by providing support towards extraordinary diagnostic testing and procedures the animal desperately need.
A wonderful and very important part of puppy development is playtime and socialization with other dogs. It is critical that your puppy experiences positive play with friendly and appropriate dogs. Tambor loves to attend playgroups at Especially for Pets. Our playgroups are extra special because they are facilitated by our professional dog training instructors. Your dog will have a blast, with the added benefit of learning to participate in appropriate canine play. Owners will learn about canine body language, pack dynamics, and how to promote positive play.
When you are out in public with your puppy, be wary of other dogs you do not know. You should not let your puppy play with unknown dogs. It can be dangerous for him or encourage inappropriate play behavior. In nice weather, public dog parks are often popular, but there are risks that you should consider including aggressive dogs or dogs that guard toys. If you leave your dog at a daycare facility, make sure the staff understands canine behavior and training.