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Join Dr. Bowden, DVM from Health & Harmony Animal Hospital for our next Wag 'n Learn topic: Dog Safety & Ettiquete. This is a FREE info session about a very important topic during a time many dog lovers frequent local dog parks to give their pups the freedom and fresh air they love (especially with the weather starting to cool down a bit). Keep your furry friends' visits safe and pleasant with the help of Dr. Bowden's expert advice on how…Find out more »
Join Health & Harmony Animal Hospital for our next Wag ‘n Learn topic: "Baby, it's cold outside!" - a discussion on cold-weather considerations such as frosty paws, salt and other de-icers, hypothermia signs, appropriate outerwear and footwear, having fun in the snow but playing it safe, etc. This is a FREE info session about a very relevant this upcoming winter season. Come with or without your pup 😉 (we'll be in our dog-friendly lounge so please be sure your pup…Find out more »
Bringing a New Dog Home This FREE info session is 60 minutes. Bringing a new friend home over the holidays? Just got a new pup or rescue dog and feeling a little lost? No matter if this is your first dog, or you are an old pro, you are sure to get some tips from our favorite expert at Delighted Dog Academy that will help make things go smoothly! Come learn about how to help your new pet settle in,…Find out more »
Join Health & Harmony Animal Hospital for our next Wag ‘n Learn topic: "How much is that doggy in the window?" - a discussion about financial considerations when taking your dog to the vet, what is "very necessary" and what is "necessary", pet insurance pros and cons, costs of common procedures, etc. This is a FREE info session about a very relevant this upcoming winter season. Come with or without your pup 😉 (we'll be in our dog-friendly lounge so…Find out more »
Join Health & Harmony Animal Hospital for our next Wag ‘n Learn about weight management! Dr. Bowden will be here to bark about the importance of doggie weight control, negative effects of obesity, how to body condition score, weight loss/control strategies, and appropriate diet choices. This is a free info session! Come with or without your pup, but know that if your dog is joining then our daily rate of $12 applies. We'll be in our dog-friendly lounge so please be…Find out more »
What’s Happening Tail Wags!
Always dog friendly, our events are for the dog lovers’ heart (feel good), mind (learn lots) and soul (it’s pawty time!). Here, you’ll find what’s happening today, tomorrow and all year round. The following list is helpful information about some of our recurring events that you might see on our calendar. We hope you join an event, or two or all ;)
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Wag ‘n Learn
These are a series of FREE informational sessions featuring local pet pros who share some of their expertise with dog lovers. To help pups stay relaxed while you learn, feel free to get some off-leash play time before and/or after the Wag ‘n Learn (member levels apply).
Rescue Paws & Cause
We love supporting local organizations dedicated to our community of dog lovers, especially non-profits who support a worthy cause for pups (or their humans). These events are about awareness, organizing, fundraising, or simply showing rescues in a comfortable, safe and social setting – jump on the barkwagon and help a good cause! For adoptable events, members can introduce pups to each other and see their interaction before welcoming a new furry one to the family.
As an additional benefit to our members, some of our events are for Members Only (which also must apply any time we serve/provide alcoholic beverages). “Members” include customers who use our Daily, Monthly or Annual memberships; or are verified Members who have met our requirements and completed our registration.
***Please remember that our Member Requirements apply for ALL events, whether it’s your first time at Tail Wags or not – this allows us to keep the safest possible environment for all pups.***