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Distinguish Your Dog With a Service Dog Patch

Posted by sitstaydogs

Mar 24, 2014 12:28:00 PM

Dogs better people and society in so many different ways. Did you know that there are over a dozen kinds of service dogs? That is a pretty impressive number, especially when you consider that that number doesn't even include therapy dogs. At SitStay our goal is to support those amazing canines and their owners as much as possible. One way that we can help support you and your service dog is with our distinguishing service dog patches.

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Topics: Service & Therapy Dogs

Spring Into Outdoor Play

Posted by sitstaydogs

Mar 20, 2014 8:00:00 AM

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We’ve been stuck inside all winter. Trying to play fetch in the living room, braving the cold for a quick, freezing walk, and longing for those dog days of summer again. Well no more! As of TODAY, March 20th, it is officially spring, and we're excited! 

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Topics: Playtime

Your Dog: The Perfect Exercise Partner

Posted by sitstaydogs

Mar 18, 2014 10:32:00 AM

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Topics: Wellness, Playtime

Green Tripe: Can You Stomach, Stomach?

Posted by sitstaydogs

Mar 17, 2014 10:04:01 AM

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Nausea, heartburn, indigestion, upset stomach, diarrhea...GO Pepto Bismol. WAIT. This is for pups, not humans. Redo: Nausea, heartburn, indigestion, upset stomach, diarrhea...GO Green Tripe!

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Why Your Service Dog Should Wear a Service Dog Vest

Posted by sitstaydogs

Mar 16, 2014 12:26:00 PM

homeserviceholiday.jpgService dogs are everywhere and more are trained everyday. Service dogs are able to lead the blind, alert deaf people to alarms, retrieve items for the immobile, and so much more. For a person that has a disability it is imperative that their service dog is with them at all times, and it is illegal for a business owner to deny access to a service dog or even to ask for identification. Your service dog does not have to wear a service dog vest by any means, but there are several reasons why it could be beneficial for you to get one.

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Topics: Service & Therapy Dogs

Which Dog Chew Toys Do You Choose?

Posted by sitstaydogs

Mar 5, 2014 12:15:00 PM

As many dog owners know, chewing is essential for your dog’s physical and mental health. It helps to encourage good chewing behaviors, keeps their teeth clean, and occupies their mind. The problem is that there are so many options out there! How do you choose which dog chew toys are right for your dog? At Sit Stay we offer a wide variety of dog chew toys for you to choose from, and when you shop with us you can rest assured that you are getting great quality for a great price.

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Topics: Playtime

SitStay Releases St. Patrick's Day Treats

Posted by sitstaydogs

Mar 4, 2014 11:34:00 AM

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Topics: Treats, What's New

Great Deals On Quality Service Dog Patches

Posted by sitstaydogs

Mar 2, 2014 12:13:00 PM

Dogs are such a big part of our society and people are used to being able to pet them whenever they want to. It is not uncommon for a service do to be working in a public place and have several people come up and try to pet him or her. While, this is okay in some circumstances, a lot of the times your service dog cannot be distracted by others and they need to focus on the task at hand. At Sit Stay we offer high quality service dog patches that will inform others around you that your dog is at work.

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Topics: Service & Therapy Dogs

Happy Peanut Butter Lover's Day!

Posted by sitstaydogs

Feb 28, 2014 3:20:47 PM

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Utilizing Treats to Raise a Good Dog

Posted by sitstaydogs

Feb 28, 2014 11:25:39 AM

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We're all familiar with the concept that positive reinforcement is used to promote good behavior. The more that reinforcement occurs, through treats and other rewards, the more that behavior is strengthened. This doesn’t limit your treat giving to only when you’re teaching your dog to sit or stay. If you’re gone for most of the day at work and you come home to find Fido hasn’t chewed anything or taken any naps on furniture he shouldn’t be on, a reward is a great idea. On the other hand, if you know you’re going to be gone all day, leaving your dog with something to chew on or keep him busy all day might help him to not dread your leaving, knowing that he’ll have something to keep his attention while you’re gone. There are a number of reasons to treat your dog and we have a number of things to treat him with!

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We don't own dogs at Sitstay - the dogs own us.

The products we share are healthful, enriching and good-dog-approved. Everyday we strive to do our part in improving pet lifestyles and make it a point to have loads of fun along the way.

Join our mission to raise the most spoiled-rotten dogs on the planet … somebody’s got to!

Cheers from Nebraska!