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National Heartworm Awareness Month
National Heartworm Awareness Month   April is Heartworm Awareness month. According to the American Heartworm Society, more than one million dogs currently have heart worms.  At Bark Atl’s cage free dog boarding and daycare resort, we believe that the health and safety of our pup friends is our top priority. This awareness month was created to inform […]
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2018 Atlanta Spring Events For You and Your Dog
Atlanta Events For You and Your Dog   At Bark ATL, we promote cage-free.  As the weather is getting nice, don’t let the indoors be your cage.  And, while you’re getting out, why not take your pup with you?  Getting your dog out of the house will not only make your pet happy, but it is a great source […]
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Poison Prevention Awareness Month
Poison Prevention Awareness Month Poison Prevention Awareness Month takes place during the entire month of March. The goal of poison prevention awareness month is to inform pet owners about the dangerous poisons that could harm your pet within and outside of your home. At Bark ATL’s dog boarding and daycare facility, we always make it […]
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Spay and Neuter Awareness Month: Benefits of Spaying & Neutering
Spay and Neuter Awareness Month   Spay and Neuter Awareness Month takes place the entire month of February. The  National Animal Humane Society created this national pet holiday.   Most doggie daycares, like Bark ATL, that provide socialization opportunities for your dog require the procedure completed once your puppy reaches an eligible age.  Aside from our policies, however, […]
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National Unchain A Dog Month
  The entire month of January is known as National Unchain A Dog Month.  This national pet holiday was created in order to raise awareness to the hardship that dogs may face in winter weather. Dogs can easily contract frostbite, exposure, and dehydration when water resources reach a freezing point.  Bark ATL is a cage-free […]
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Walk Your Pet Month: Benefits Of Walking Your Dog
      National Walk Your Pet Month; January is National Walk Your Pet Month. National Walk Your Pet Month was created in order to raise awareness about pet obesity. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention over 59% of cats and 54% of dogs are obese in the United States. Walking your dog […]
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Top 10 Unique Christmas Gifts for Your Dog
Unique Holiday Gifts for Dogs   After waiting all year our favorite holiday at Bark ATL, Christmas, is right around the corner. The holiday season means that the sweet smell of pine tree aurora is in the air, every retail store is playing your favorite Christmas jam, (if your friends and family are paying attention) you get awesome gifts, […]
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National Mutt Day: Mixed Breed Benefits
National Mutt Day: A mutt is defined as a mixed breed or mongrel dog. National Mutt Day was created to embrace, save, and celebrate mixed breed dogs.   Animal welfare advocate and pet expert, Colleen Paige, created this biannual event, “National Mutt Day”, celebrated on July 31st and December 2nd in 2005. Many times, mutts are usually […]
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Can My Dog Eat THAT? #SweetsEdition
In this Bark Blog, we’re going to discuss three of not only America’s favorite treats, but three of the South’s most sought after, indulged in and craved for sweets.   Chocolate?   As you’re probably already aware, dogs cannot eat chocolate, but do you know why?  The answer is theobromine. From causing upset stomach to vomiting, seizures and […]
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How To Prevent Dog Obesity?
  Dog Obesity Prevention Month   While those little happy but pudgy dogs are super adorable and extremely sqeezable, the truth, unfortunately, is that carrying extra weight can be unhealthy for dogs too.  It is estimated that as many as 41.9 million dogs are overweight or obese in the United States alone.  It is easy for many pet owners […]
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