Dog whiskers

Why Do Dogs Have Whiskers (And Other Fun Canine Trivia)

By Raleigh Pawz | March 25, 2022

As you care for your beloved dog at your home in Raleigh, North Carolina, do you ever wonder why they have whiskers? Or why do they behave the way they do? Pets become an important member of your family, yet not everyone knows much about their friendly companion. If you have ever wanted to learn…

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Interesting Facts About Cats That You Likely Didn’t Know

By Raleigh Pawz | February 5, 2022

Cats make the purrrr-fect companion and us cat lovers know just how amazing they truly are. Like the best Valentines, you can count on them for love, cuddles, and company…  on their terms, of course!  All cats are unique thanks to their special and interesting quirks. While some may be obvious, there are a plethora…

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Winter Dog Grooming Tips

By Raleigh Pawz | January 31, 2022

Whether you like to head out into the cold and rain and enjoy winter walks in Raleigh with your dog, or spend more time indoors cozying up to the fire, keeping your dog well-groomed during the winter is just as important as any other time of the year. Depending on the breed of your dog…

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Healthy Pet Checklist for 2022

By Raleigh Pawz | December 28, 2021

Start the year off right!  As we rapidly hurtle towards the end of another year here in Raleigh, NC, our thoughts are turning towards 2022 and the changes that we can make. We all begin to think about New Year’s resolutions for us, but what about our pets? Whether you have a dog or a…

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What to Ask a Pet Sitter Before Booking Services

By Raleigh Pawz | December 1, 2021

Are you hiring a pet sitter or dog walker in Raleigh for the holidays? Here is what to ask them before you book service to ensure your fur baby will be in good hands while you are gone. Knowing how to vet a pet sitter will give you one less thing to worry about this…

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3 Tips for Acclimating Your New Cat To Your Household

By Raleigh Pawz | November 2, 2021

Bringing a new cat or kitten home can be a wonderful experience, but it might take a little more time for them to get used to you than vice versa. This is because while a loving cat is part of your life, you will be all of theirs. For this reason, helping them acclimate to…

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Enjoy Fall in Raleigh with Your Pup

By Raleigh Pawz | September 20, 2021

In fall, the leaves change into gorgeous reds, golds, and yellows, and the temperatures drop to a more than pleasant range. It’s the perfect time to head into nature and sample some of the seasonal inspiration. For dog walkers, we love this time of year! Below are some ideal trails in Raleigh, North Carolina, for…

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Tips for Keeping Pets Off of Furniture and Counters

By Raleigh Pawz | August 23, 2021

Loving your pets means creating safe boundaries for them in your home. Plus, not only do you need to keep them safe, but it’s also nice to keep your furniture and kitchen counters in good shape! Therefore, it’s worth taking the time to learn a few ways you can keep your pets off of these…

How to Prepare for a Pet Sitter

How to Prepare for a Pet Sitter

By Raleigh Pawz | July 28, 2021

Hiring the right pet sitter is important for anyone who adores their fur baby and is cautious about who comes into their home.  Attention to detail and pet care instructions, respectful care of your home, and utmost professionalism are a must!  Raleigh Pawz is honored to do just that and provide North Carolina the best…

Pet Anxiety

Top Tips for Dealing with Pet Anxiety

By Raleigh Pawz | June 28, 2021

Are you headed out of the house in Raleigh?  Leaving your pet alone for long periods of time can make them feel lonely and anxious and cause unruly behavior such as urinating or defecating in the house or destroying furniture. Here are some tips on how you can make temporary separation easier for them. Prepare…