To Shave or Not Shave, That Is the Question!

Certain breeds of dogs actually have hair like humans.  Dogs that have human-like hair would be breeds like Poodles, “Doodles”, Shih Tzu, and Lasa Apso. These breeds will need a haircut on a regular basis. If you own one of the dog breeds with double coats such as Golden Retrievers, Bernese Mountain Dogs, Huskies, Australian Shepherds, etc. shaving them may not be the best solution.










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Hiking with your Dog?


Make Fido’s next trip doggie heaven with this information on finding pooch-friendly trails, loading a dog pack, and treating injuries. Your dog loves hiking as much as you do. Probably more, actually!  Help them have the best hike by following these tips.



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How to Avoid the Top Training Mistakes: Part 1

Part 1:  How to Choose the Right Trainer


Finding a dog trainer you trust can be a tricky path to navigate. The following information and questions can help you find a trainer you’re comfortable with.

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Get Ready…….Get Set……….Spring Break!!


Here we go!!! Who wants sunny weather? Our customers do! And we want the opportunity to care for your dog while you are away. We love dogs and we love caring for them, our staff wants you to go on that much needed vacation and feel comfortable leaving your dog in a Clean, Safe and Fun Environment of DogJax. Please call and set up your spring break or other travel plans dates for your dog. 307-733-DOGS or email us


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What is the BEST way to brush your dog?


Even though you brush your dog you may still find mattes (knots in the fur) during grooming.   The problem may be the type of brush you are using. As dog groomers we use an arsenal of brush’s to brush out your dog’s coat.  We know what to use, find out below.






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Should you intentionally expose your dog to bacteria and viruses?

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Exposing your dog to bacteria and viruses proves to be a way to ensure the overall health of your dog.  Dogs who have strong immune systems are more likely to avoid health issues later in life.  Repeated exposure to bacteria and viruses bolster a strong immune system and could save you money in future vet bills.

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