Greenlin Pet Resorts Blog

Whether or not they’re being required, masks have become a fact of life. As we go about our lives during the ongoing pandemic, you’re likely to encounter masked individuals. One unfortunate consequence is that it can be a new, scary change to your dog. Dogs have a remarkable capacity to read our facial expressions in…

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two dogs playing outside

Fall is nearly here, but it’s hotter than ever in some parts of the country. While most of Pennsylvania is spared from unspeakable heat waves plaguing places like California, regions of the state have still reached triple digits in the past 30 days. This level of heat isn’t just tough on us; it’s also tough…

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woman at home with her dog

One positive side effect of everyone sheltering in place has been that families and households are spending more time together than ever. This can be great for pet owners, especially if they have a dog or cat who absolutely loves to soak up attention. But even though spending more time at home with your pets…

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owner house training a puppy

House-training, housebreaking, or potty training – no matter what you call it all pet parents want to teach their new puppy not to relieve themselves inside the home. Among the top reasons that pet parents give their pets up to shelters annually – is frustrations with recurring accidents in the home. Though tedious and time…

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beagle-playing-fetch

Whether you take your dog to dog parks or doggie daycare, we applaud your recognition of your pets need to expend energy and their need to be well socialized with canines and their human counterparts alike to achieve well-balanced adulthood. Though simple – it’s true, routine exercise and socialization combined play a large role in…

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