Camp Run-a-Mutt in Dunwoody

The award-winning Camp Run-A-Mutt™ is the premier cage free doggie daycare and boarding paradise! Our indoor/outdoor camp is beautiful (see for yourself on our Muttcams), fun, safe and supervised 24/7. Camp Run-A-Mutt™ Dunwoody features over 11000 square feet of indoor and outdoor play area for your dog to romp, play and socialize to their heart’s content!… Read More »

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The Pet Resorts Dunwoody – One Free Day of Free Play!

Locally owned and managed, The Pet Resorts Dunwoody and our North Fulton/Cumming locations, have been voted the “Best of” pet Daycare, Boarding, Grooming, and Training facilities in Atlanta for multiple years by Next Door, Best of Perimeter, and the Georgia Business Journal!  Also, our Dunwoody location was voted best pet services business in Dunwoody by readers of the AJC while our north Fulton/Cumming location was named Best of Forsyth by the Chamber of Commerce!… Read More »

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Found male basset hound

This sweet boy was found today, Dec. 20, 2021 at the corner of Womack and Vermack at around 2:30pm. He was taken to a vet and no chip was found nor does he have on a collar. Please contact me if he’s yours or if you know who he belongs to.… Read More »

Contact:

Howard Meyer
(678) 851-5262
hmeyer1168@comcast.net

30A Beach KITTENS ready for adoption for the holidays!

Born in the pristine Seagrove beach dunes, behind Goatfeathers Seafood market, Rosemary and her brother Whiskey Bravo are now ready for adoption. Their sister LunaSea is already in her forever home! They are about 13 weeks old…shots, neutered/spayed. They would love to stay together, but if not would make wonderful pets to a loving companion or family.… Read More »

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Contact:

Shari Clark
(678) 296-2088
shariwclark@gmail.com

Thanksgiving Food Safety for Pets

On Thanksgiving, many of us are inclined to give thanks for our pets by sharing some of our dinner. But which foods are safe, and which are dangerous? Pancreatitis and “garbage intoxication” are very common after the holidays! Protect your pet by making sure only to feed them healthy items, and let your families know as well. … Read More »

Pet and House Sitting – Get ready for the holidays!

Hi everyone!

My name is Sophie, I’m currently in my junior year of Mercer University’s nursing program. I live in Dunwoody and am available to provide care for dogs, cats, etc. I’ve even taken care of birds and ferrets!

I can come by daily to feed, walk, and spend time with your furry (or feathery!) friends while you’re out of town or even just working late.… Read More »

Contact:

Sophie Wofford
(770) 403-7599
sophiewofford00@gmail.com

Contact Rent-A-Teen Today

Note from Jackson:  Contact us for any of the jobs below and please note we can also find a teen to help you move boxes, set up outdoor decorations, pressure wash your screened porch, babysit while you work, cut your grass, cart your kids to camps or practices, pet sit for your vacation and more!  We have a crew of students available to help you!Read More »

Contact:

Jackson Moore
770-876-4330
rentateendunwoody@gmail.com

7 Must-Have Gifts for Dogs

While the holiday season may look different than years’ past, it has never been more important for dog parents to show appreciation for the four-legged family members that have been by their side during the good times and unforeseen challenges this year. 

Here are seven top-notch gift ideas that will help keep dogs safe, happy, healthy over the holidays and throughout the entire year. … Read More »

4 foods to avoid this Thanksgiving…when it comes to pet safety

Note from Audra:   In September I almost lost my George because he accidentally ingested raisins in leftover chicken salad.   Luckily I realized it ASAP and was able to follow the advice from my Vet and get him to vomit them back up.   Gross, I know, but I couldn’t live without my George.   Apparently raisins (and grapes) are very very very toxic to dogs.  … Read More »

Halloween Pet Safety

#1: HIDE THE CHOCOLATE FROM YOUR PETS (AND KIDS)
Chocolate is toxic to your pets—symptoms can range from vomiting to severe cardiac arrhythmias—so make sure it’s out of reach.

#2: XYLITOL: GOOD FOR OUR TEETH, BAD FOR OUR PETS
Check your sugar-free candy and gum for this deadly ingredient—any level of ingestion requires a vet visit.… Read More »

July Fourth Fireworks: Awesome for Humans, Terrifying for Pets

Many people enjoy the booming sounds and flashing lights of fireworks, but they can be terrifying and overwhelming for pets, and possibly hazardous.

On the Fourth of July, so many pets are frightened and try to escape the sights and sounds that animal shelters around the nation report a dramatic increase in lost pets during the holiday.… Read More »

Aqua Transitions opens their Pet Aquamation Facility

Aqua Transitions is pleased to announce the opening of its new facility in Dunwoody, Georgia.

Aqua Transitions was founded after the emotional death of a family member. We thought there must be an alternate solution to burial or cremation and found that there was. Aquamation was the solution we chose for our own family, and one we believe others will feel more comfortable with when it’s time to say goodbye to their beloved family pet.… Read More »

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Contact:

Christie Sachse
(404) 623-5545
christie@aquatransitions.com