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 »
My youngest goddaughter, Sophia, is available to pet sit while home for the summer from Indiana University. Contact her for pricing as it varies depending on how many pets you have and how often you’d like her to check on them. She can sit for pets in Dunwoody, Sandy Springs & Roswell.
We are Casey Wofford and Maria Carroll, two teachers looking to petsit over the summer! We both have lots of experience petsitting and love all animals. We provide love and care for pets of any kind, including dogs, cats, fish, birds, small mammals, and reptiles. Contact us for your pet sitting needs!… Read More »
Note from Audra: I fostered GiGi Friday thru Tuesday and ADORE her…and so does my hubby. Kirk and I were thinking about keeping her but think she needs a family with a little more energy and one that doesn’t travel as much as Kirk and I do. She’s the sweetest and most cuddly girl, is potty trained (no accidents at all while at our house), is pretty good on the leash…just gets so excited when she sees other dogs or humans. … Read More »
Dog found near intersection of Wycombe and Spalding, not far from Roswell Road. Approximately 25 to 30 pounds, female, mature dog. Very sweet. Collar but no tag. Microchip links back to a rescue group that has not been in operation for a few years.… Read More »
I’ll bet you didn’t know The Aha! Connection came really close to being named “Walking George” instead. A group of friends and I were pondering how to turn my email newsletter hobby into a business and “Walking George” came in second place for a name. I always found out about fun/relevant/important news when out and about walking with George.… Read More »
The Dogs of Dunwoody 2023 Calendar sale is still on! There are 90 calendars left to sell. All proceeds from these calendars are used to purchase gifts then donated to CHOA for distribution to children hospitalized over the holidays. Calendars can be purchased for $25 each with free local delivery!
There were over 70 dog pictures collected from Dunwoody and are featured throughout the calendar!… Read More »
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 »
National Dog Day is this Friday (August 26), and in advance of this day celebrating our loyal companions, Trupanion, a leader in medical insurance for pets, has released its anticipated list of most popular dog names and breeds for 2022.
Surveying its database of more than 740,000 insured pets, Trupanion has compiled a tail-wagger of a top 10 list!… Read More »
by Audra H. Anders and Peggy Smith for The Aha! Connection
As you know, Peggy and I have been out and about visiting local businesses. Well, this one particular visit was our favorite so far. We didn’t want to leave. Both of us kept staring out the window at the dogs having a blast and petting the ones who were inside taking it easy. … Read More »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »