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Here’s How You Can Support the Pets of Hurricane Harvey Victims

By |September 1st, 2017|

Many of us have spent the past week watching in horror as Hurricane Harvey tore across the southern U.S., leaving a trail of overwhelming destruction in its path. In spite of the devastation so many individuals are facing right now, there is one silver lining – Americans near and far have come together to help […]

Back to School? Dogs can go too!

By |August 3rd, 2017|

The start of August means the end of another summer and the beginning of another school year. It’s not always just our kids, friends, and siblings who are going back to school, but sometimes our pets too! We all know the old saying that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but here are […]

Your Guide to 4th of July Pup Protection

By |July 1st, 2017|

July has finally arrived and Independence Day is upon us! With that, it’s no secret that dogs and fireworks don’t always mix. While you eagerly await the smell of delicious, grilled food, the sound of laughter, and that gorgeous farmers tan you may get, it is important not to forget your dog while celebrating the […]

Beat the Heat & Protect the Paws

By |May 28th, 2017|

Welcome to summer, Cheyenne! For many of us, the months ahead mean cool summer nights, water balloon fights, and toasty pavement. Your dog’s paws can usually handle whatever nature throws at them, but there are ways to keep your furry friend’s paws protected against the heat.

Avoid Man-Made Surfaces
Grass and other landscapes don’t capture heat the […]

Dog Park Safety (and Etiquette) Tips

By |April 4th, 2017|

It’s just about that time of year, where every weekend is spent making trips to the dog park to get our furry friends socialized and a good run! After all, a tired dog is a good dog. Below we’ve outlined some tips for dog park safety:
1 – Up to date on shots
Just like at daycares, […]

Tips for Taking Road Trips with Your Dog

By |February 25th, 2017|

With spring and summer just around the corner, many of us will be planning road trips with the family and this includes the dog(s)!

Start planning ahead for the trip with the right supplies so everyone can have a fun and comfortable road-tripping experience!
Checklist:

Food and water dish
Food and water (insulated bottles work great for […]

Resources for Cheyenne Dog Owners

By |January 20th, 2017|

Your dog is a part of your family, so we’ve compiled a list of resources to ensure they stay healthy and safe! And of course…for dog (or cat) grooming appointments, give us a call!
Pet Food Recalls & Reviews
Visit Dog Food Advisor who has a wealth of information on just about every brand of dog food […]

Cold Weather Safety Tips for Dogs

By |December 20th, 2016|

December 21 marks the first day of winter, although we’ve had many bitter cold days already here in Wyoming and Colorado. We love our pets here at All Star Grooming and wanted to take a moment to remind you that if you know of a dog who is kept outdoors, or your dog is primarily […]

Dog Lovers Gift Guide

By |November 22nd, 2016|

Can you believe Thanksgiving is this week already? The brainstorming and ‘wish-list’ requests have already begun around here. But every now and then it’s great to pull off a surprise your friend or family member will love! Well, since we eat, sleep, and breath anything to do with dogs, we’re sharing our top gift ideas for […]

Chocolate Safety with Dogs

By |October 6th, 2016|

Halloween is just around the corner which means yummy treats for kids (and adults!). The first thing that comes to mind? Chocolate. Which we of course all have engrained in our heads by now that chocolate can be dangerous and, in some cases, even deadly for our canine friends.
The trouble with chocolate and dogs?
Theobromine & Caffeine: […]