Rad dads ride in style & so do their dogs. Bring your pup down to Beverly’s Pet Resort on June 16th for our Bad to the Bone Fathers’ Day Photoshoot.
Each dog will receive a park play session, a printed photo & a surprise take-home gift for $35. (Price is per dog. Daycare / Boarding fee not included.)
Call 317-773-6550 to sign your dog up for Fathers’ Day fun.
Spots are limited so act now!
Things to Look for in the Months Ahead
Explosive fun is coming to Beverly’s Pet Resort this July 1st to celebrate Independence Day and your pup won’t want to miss out. Sign-up in our office for some red, white & blue fun, as shown in the patriotic preview below:
Beverly’s Pet Resort will be having TWO AUGUST PHOTOSHOOTS!
- On August 10th bring your dog to our classroom of howls for their Back-to-School Photo!
- Check back for more about a bonus photoshoot to perfectly describe your pup – “Sweet & Sour”
1. KENNEL COUGH
It’s crucial to ensure your dog is up to date on all vaccinations including the Bordetella which is the vaccine that helps fight kennel cough.
Although most cases of kennel cough are caused by bordetella, some are caused by other agents, including the bacteria bordetella bronchiseptica, canine adenovirus type 2, canine parainfluenza virus, canine respiratory coronavirus, and mycoplasmas, so the vaccine may not prevent your dog from catching the disease.
While Kennel Cough is easily treatable in healthy dogs, it’s important to report a coughing symptom to your veterinarian because it could be a sign of a more serious disease. Contact your vet if you notice any of these symptoms: Strong cough, often with a “honking” sound – the most obvious symptom; runny nose; sneezing; lethargy; loss of appetite; low fever.
2. POISONOUS PLANTS
For more info about the plants listed above and others – and what to do if you suspect your dog has eaten a poisonous plant – visit this AKC page.
Bevo’s Recipe of the Month
June Bug Bites
- 1 cup chicken stock
- 1 cup peanut butter*
- 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley leaves
- Bug Shaped Silicone Molds
Step 1: In a small bowl, combine peanut butter and parsley; set aside.
Step 2: Divide chicken broth evenly into a silicone mold, filling the mold halfway full. Place into freezer until set, about 1 hour.
Step 3: Spoon peanut butter mixture into the molds, filling the molds full.
Step 4: Place into freezer and freeze until hard, at least 4 hours.
Step 5: Serve to your dog!
* Like humans, some dogs can be allergic to peanuts. Symptoms of an allergic reaction can include itchiness, redness, scratching, bald patches, and more. If you notice any of these symptoms, bring your dog to your vet immediately.
Bevo’s Joke of the Month
WHAT WAS THE DOG’S SUMMER MOTTO?
Sun’s out, pup’s out!
Memorable Moments from Our Previous Photoshoot
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