Full service companion animal care company SnR Pet Care has over 6 years experience caring for companion animals in the Maple Valley, Washington area.
We offer dog walking, pet sitting, overnight house sitting and farm care.
Last year, just four days before my mother was scheduled to leave for a two-week Mediterranean cruise, the pet sitter she’d hired four months earlier dropped a bombshell. “I’m not comfortable watching Sabrina,” the woman announced in a curt phone call, adding that she thought the dog was agg...
This is what sweet Pickle has to say about Mondays....
Happy first day of spring - here come the flowers :)
From my wonderful friend Gail Provo
This is our dog Kimber. She's our official kitchen helper. The second we start putting together a meal, she's right there with a helpful attitude. How many of you have kitchen helpers?
Thank you so much for visiting our page! If you are interested in hiring us, please visit our website, snrpetcare.com. We are unable to make reservations via Facebook.
Thank you so much, Dr. Heather-Michelle Stewart. We also appreciate you and your awesome support staff (Bridgette!) and all the care (even though some of it was for sad reasons) you have given our furkids.
SNR PET CARE - SUPERIOR AND RELIABLE CARE FOR YOUR PETS IN MAPLE VALLEY, WASHINGTON
When our clients hear we are on our way :)
Spare a minute to help out during these times 🙏
Cancel Netflix's soon released show: Canine Intervention - due to inhumane animal training
Episode 831 – How to Treat Separation Anxiety
Episode 831 – How to Treat Separation Anxiety Tweet https://media.blubrry.com/positively/p/positively.com/files/Episode-831-How-to-Treat-Separation-Anxiety.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Email | RSS Dog trainer Lisa Waggoner joins V...
Photos from Yakima County Sheriff's Office's post
Happy Valentines woofs and wags from The DWAA!
🛇 Use your Manners! 🛇
The Sniff test - Stop doing that!
The sniff test - a badly engrained habit that society has been taught, without a clear understanding of what they're actually doing.
🚩When you reach out towards a dog, you are using body pressure AT them, giving them no time to assess whether you are safe & whether they require further investigation to pick up your information. You are forcing an interaction of a relationship that hasn't had time to develop. To some dogs, this is quite rude & the reason a lot of dogs snap at or bite people. This can cause alot of behavioral issues because of layered stress due to forced interactions.
🚩If they are on lead, they have no where to go if they are sensitive to spacial pressure, so can end up shutting down, shying away or snapping at your hand so you back off. This is an example of how a dog is now using pressure to turn off pressure & make you back off so they aren't so stressed.
🚩People think by offering your hand it can give the dog time to sniff to know you're friendly... they can sniff without being forced to sniff your hand.Their noses are far more superior than ours & they don't need close contact forced upon them to smell you.
🚩Some dogs might not want to know you. You have no relationship with them and that's perfectly fine. They aren't your dog so you don't need to touch them or steal pats for your own satisfaction.
🤔 If you are meeting a dog, what should you do?
⚠Ask the owner if you can interact with their dog. Not all people want strangers touching their dogs. Especially strangers who you are unlikely to see again.
⚠Stand up straight & relaxed, with your hands at your side.
⚠Ignore the dog & talk to the owner.
⚠Don't stare at the dog & don't try to force an interaction by going in for a pat. If the dog wants to know you, it will come up to you & sniff around. Usually they will move away & then come back for a second sniffathon. Some dogs will bunt your hands & wag their tails, which are good signs that you're likely an accepted new friend. Give them a few slow pats down their back (NOT THEIR HEAD) & then stop. Is the dog happy? Has it accepted your interaction? This will determine whether you can give it more pats.
🐶This is a more stress free option for dogs & a reason why in consultations we can develop a good level of trust, especially with fearful dogs & aggressive dogs, without a bunch of negative side effects from forced interactions.
"I wanted people to think about their relationship with dogs, and sometimes our relationship with dogs is informed by culture and history, where you come from and what your background is.” —Interior Decorator Sheila Bridges on including this photo in her Salon des Chiens in the Kips Bay Designer Showcase
Looking at this photo taken at a 1964 civil rights march in Florida showing Dr. King in the back of car with a dog—there have been various interpretations of this photo, what do you think is happening? https://thebark.us/39Lakpl
Photos from The Ditch Kitty's post
Steven's Animal Sanctuary
If you find a pet with tags on you can get the owner info from the automated line 24/7::
If the pet is wearing a Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC) license tag, call the number on the tag (206-296-2712) and have the six-digit license number available. When you call, you will either reach our pet licensing staff or our automated voice response system. Give the license number to our staff, or enter the number when prompted by the automated system. You will be given the pet owner's phone number so you can contact them directly to return their pet.
Another brilliant one from @ScottMetzgerCartoons. As the old saying goes, "It's funny because it's true!"
And speaking of that truth, it's not too late! Prevent the Christmas tree massacre (and potential harm to your cats) by checking out my video right here:
Dogs as Gifts?
It’s that time of year. Cute images are hitting us hard: precious puppies with big bows, and overjoyed children playing with their new best friend on Christmas morning. With the holidays approaching, master marketing forces beyond our control are getting under our skin like a hungry tick. We know ...
Puget Sound Rescue
Happy holidays friends! We are reaching out to you to ask for help. As you probably know, most of our dogs come to us from high-kill shelters in California. Unfortunately, so many people have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic that it is becoming more difficult and more expensive to safely transport dogs in need. The cost for transport and vetting of dogs is about $150-$450 per dog. Unfortunately, shelters in California are still full and the need in the area is not there.
If you are able to donate any funds to Puget Sound Rescue, they will go towards the transportation and veterinary care costs of dogs in need. We are a 501c3 nonprofit and all donations are tax deductible. If you are interested, you can donate online via PayPal at http://www.pugetsoundrescue.org/donate.html. Or, you can contact us at [email protected] for other options. If you have any questions, please direct them to the email address - we do NOT frequently monitor Facebook.
This is Trixie, she is one of the dogs that is currently in a California shelter hoping to get transported up to Washington.
Anxious pet owners face delays getting veterinarian appointments
Taking a sick or injured pet to the vet is stressful. The pandemic has upped that stress. A combination of factors is making it harder for some pet owners to book timely veterinary appointments at the practices they know and...
There's something to be said about the beauty of leaves in the fall.
Here is a whole lotta truth bombs for ya... 😂🤷🏼♂️
I respect and admire Victorial Stillwell so much. This post is very timely
Have you ever received negative comments or been bullied on social media? If you have then you understand how bad it can make you feel and how damaging it can be. This week’s post is not about dogs, but this is a conversation we all need to be having right now, and that is why I am sharing what has happened to me since I became known in the media world.https://positively.com/victorias-blog/social-bullying/
No one can truly understand what it’s like to be on a dog meat farm until they have experienced it for themselves. I’ve assisted on multiple US based puppy mill and dog fighting busts and rescues, and I thought I’d seen it all, but as I looked into the eyes of the Asian meat dogs, I realized that I hadn’t. Whatever cruelty and neglect I had seen, this was ten times worse. https://positively.com/victorias-blog/the-dog-meat-farms-of-south-korea/
50 Shades of Brown 5
Join us on September 5th, 2020 for the fifth edition of 50 Shades of Brown.
Beautiful four-footed officer shot in the line of duty. My heart goes out to her handler
Detectives from multiple agencies are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Tacoma that killed a K9 and left a homicide suspect in critical condition.
There is always a better option...I would have taken the dear boy
VANCOUVER, Wash. – Animal control officers say they’ve cited a woman for animal cruelty after she was captured on video abandoning her dog in Clark County. Clark County Animal Protection & Control said the woman officially surrendered her 13-year-old lab named Henry to its care. In the v...
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26828 Maple Valley Black Diamond Rd SE, # 211
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SnR Pet Care has over 12 years experience caring for companion animals in the Maple Valley, Washington area. We offer dog walking, pet sitting, overnight house sitting and animal related errands (rides to groomers, veterinarian, supply pickup).
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