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Merry … Grinch-mas? Cute Photo Opportunity!

Everybody does Santa photos but how many dogs get to be Max for Christmas?

We will be hosting Dogville Christmas Photos with the Grinch Monday, December 10th through Saturday, December 15th for our fur-guests and we will also be open to the public Saturday 12/15/18 from 9a to 3p! It’s only $10 so give us a call at (918) 949-6070 if you would like to participate.

We look forward to seeing you!

Delana & the Dogville Team

Delana Taylor McNac, DVM, Owner/Manager
Dogville Daycare & Boarding
9525 E. 47th Place
Tulsa, OK 74145
(918) 949-6070
www.dogville-daycare.com

Daycare Closed This Friday 12/22/17 thru Tuesday 12/26/17 For Christmas Boarders

Dear Dogville Family,

We will be closing the daycare on Friday, December 22, Saturday the 23rd, Monday for Christmas Day and Tuesday the 26th to make room for our Christmas boarding dogs. We apologize for any inconvenience and Daycare will be back open on Wednesday, December 27th!

Delana and the Dogville Team—​

Delana Taylor McNac, Owner/Manager
Dogville Daycare & Boarding
9525 E. 47th Place
Tulsa, OK 74145
(918) 949-6070
info@dogville-daycare.com

Daycare Closed This Friday 12/23/16 thru Tuesday to 12/27/16 For Christmas Boarders

Dear Dogville Family,

We will be closed for daycare this Friday 12/23/16 thru Tuesday to 12/27/16 to make room for our Christmas boarding dogs. We apologize for any inconvenience and Daycare will be back open for Daycare on Wednesday, December 28th!

Delana and the Dogville Team—

Delana Taylor McNac, Owner/Manager
Dogville Daycare & Boarding
9525 E. 47th Place
Tulsa, OK 74145
(918) 949-6070
info@dogville-daycare.com

Poisonous Holiday Plants

 

8476539_sThey are beautiful but traditional holiday plants used to liven up your Christmas decor may be potential pet hazards. This article, “Holiday Plants That Are Poisonous to Pets” by  is worth the read. From the article:

“Bright ornamental plants are a great way to dress up the house during the holidays and a dreary winter. Pet owners should be aware, however, that many of these common plants are poisonous to pets. 

Toxicity ranges from mild to severe, and the amount of plant consumed determines how sick a pet may become. In general, gastrointestinal upset is the most common finding, but if enough plant material is ingested, seizures, coma or death is possible. Read this Quick Tip to familiarize yourself with holiday poisonous plants.

Naturally curious puppies and kittens and pets may want to sample some of the new-in-the-house greens. Dose is size-dependent, so puppies and kittens are most often at greatest risk for plant poisonings…”

Click here to read the full article. In it you will find that Poinsettias aren’t good but don’t live up to the urban legend. You will also learn more about the effects of mistletoe, holly, lilies, daffodils, and even the Christmas tree on curious pets might bite off more than they can handle.