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Other Services – Pet Sitting

As professional dog trainers, we believe that pet sitting is the best option for pets when their owners are away. That’s why All Dogs Allowed has decided to partner with a local pet sitting business – Cuddles on Call – to offer our students the absolute best pet sitting services available in The Triangle. By partnering with a pet sitting business, especially one whose sole focus is on top-notch pet sitting services, we’re freed up to provide the best dog training and behavior modification programs to our students.

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Cuddles on Call is the in-home alternative to boarding and pet daycare. Our affordable and customizable quality pet care services allow your pets to stay on their own, familiar routine in the safety and comfort of their own home. Our professional pet sitters provide exceptional dog walking, pet sitting, and pet taxi services for dogs, cats, birds, fish and other small pets. Whether you are traveling or working long hours, you can relax knowing we are fully bonded and insured, all of our pet sitters are background checked, well trained in dog & cat body language, certified in pet first aid & CPR, and are comfortable caring for a wide variety of species, temperaments, medical conditions, and other special needs.

During our visit, your pet will enjoy lots of cuddles and playtime, a nice long walk (for pups) or litter scooping (for cats), food and refreshing water, and necessary medication – all customized to your pet’s needs. We provide a daily photo/video update so you can see how well your pets are doing and can also get the mail, take out the trash, and water the plants.  We’ve been in business since 2011, and our outstanding reviews across all platforms show the quality of our care and attention to detail. No matter what your needs, you can count on us to be there for you and your pets 365 days a year.

http://www.cuddlesoncallnc.com

april@cuddlesoncallnc.com

919-803-6051

Other Services – Pet Massage

As professional dog trainers who specialize in behavior modification, we also believe that massage and energy work is beneficial for dogs dealing with hyperactive, anxious, fearful, or aggressive behavior. That’s why All Dogs Allowed absolutely loves Melanie Hampton from Serenity Pet Massage!

Massage is beneficial for dogs with physical problems, emotional and behavioral issues, as well as healthy dogs.

Massage can help our dogs by:

Increasing  blood and lymph circulation

Bringing strength to weakened muscles, ligaments, and tendons

Dispersing pain in tensed muscles

Alleviating trigger points

Reducing accumulated stress and tension

Restoring proper mobility and flexibility

If our pets are alive, they have stress. Stress is not always distress, it is a natural physical and mental reaction to both good and bad experiences that can be beneficial to their health and safety. Chronic distress, however, can cause a variety of symptoms which can affect the overall health and well-being of our loved ones. It can contribute to many health problems, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, and diabetes.

The central nervous system (CNS) is in charge of the “fight or flight” response and, once the perceived fear is gone, the CNS should tell all systems to go back to normal. If the CNS fails to return to normal, or if the stressor/trigger does not go away, it takes a physical, mental, and emotional toll on the body. Massage stimulates the CNS to produce hormones that have a tremendous benefit on the entire body while, at the same time, reducing (or balancing) chemical levels to prevent a detrimental effect. Massage also increases the available levels of dopamine (the happy hormone), serotonin (the calming hormone), and endorphins (the body’s pain reliever) while decreasing cortisol (the fight or flight hormone). High levels of cortisol have been linked to numerous stress-related symptoms and illnesses, such as anxiety, inflammation, and aggression. For example, a dog who feels the need to “patrol and protect” their owner’s property will have increased levels of cortisol and could suffer from a variety of stress-related symptoms.

Massage can help a healthy dog too! Just like regular oil changes in our car or brushing our teeth two-three times a day, getting monthly “maintenance” massages, regular exercise, a nutritious diet, and regular wellness checks can all be vital tools to increase the quality of our pets’ lives.

Melanie started her career of working with animals as a Registered Veterinary Technician and spent over 30 years working in various animal hospital settings; large/small animal combined, small animal, feline only, and a veterinary surgical practice. She began her interest in helping animals live healthier lives by getting her certification in Canine Massage Therapy in 2013. Since then she has become a Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist, Certified Canine Kinesiology Tape Practitioner, Healing Touch for Animals® – Advanced Proficiency Practitioner, Pet Tech® Instructor, and a Certified Pet Food Nutrition Specialist. She strongly believes in a holistic approach to overall health and well-being for both humans and animals. Through massage and energy work, she is able to help animals with both physical and emotional issues. She teaches Pet CPR, First Aid, and Care classes at All Dogs Allowed. Along with the PetSaver classes, she also offers a Pet Nutrition seminar, helping pet parents understand the ingredient label and how they can affect their animal’s health, well-being, and even their behavior. She also offers individual nutrition coaching sessions. She is always looking for new ways to help animal’s and their people.

Other Services – Pet Supplies

Nutrition plays a factor in our dog’s behavior and everyday wellness. That’s why we love Unleashed: the Dog and Cat Store! They only sell the highest quality pet food and supplies.

Other Services – Reiki & Healing Touch for Animals ®

As professional dog trainers who specialize in behavior modification, we also believe that massage and energy work is beneficial for dogs dealing with hyperactive, anxious, fearful, or aggressive behavior. That’s why All Dogs Allowed absolutely loves Melanie Hampton from Serenity Pet Massage!

Reiki (pronounced ray-key) is a Japanese technique for relaxation that also promotes healing. It can be done from a distance or by placing hands directly onto the pet. A warm and soothing energy flows from the hands into the pet, promoting relaxation and releasing tension, allowing the body to heal. Animals are, naturally, very open and receptive to Reiki.

Healing Touch for Animals ® (HTA) is an energy field therapy that supports the body to self-heal. Healing Touch for Animals ® assists with:

Overall well-being

Health issues and pain control

Healing from accidents, injuries, and trauma

Disease prevention

Anxiety and stress

Separation issues

Grief

Behavior modification

Competition performance and training focus

Deepening the animal-human bond

Ease the dying process and support during euthanasia

Melanie started her career of working with animals as a Registered Veterinary Technician and spent over 30 years working in various animal hospital settings; large/small animal combined, small animal, feline only, and a veterinary surgical practice. She began her interest in helping animals live healthier lives by getting her certification in Canine Massage Therapy in 2013. Since then she has become a Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist, Certified Canine Kinesiology Tape Practitioner, Healing Touch for Animals® – Advanced Proficiency Practitioner, Pet Tech® Instructor, and a Certified Pet Food Nutrition Specialist. She strongly believes in a holistic approach to overall health and well-being for both humans and animals. Through massage and energy work, she is able to help animals with both physical and emotional issues. She teaches Pet CPR, First Aid, and Care classes at All Dogs Allowed. Along with the PetSaver classes, she also offers a Pet Nutrition seminar, helping pet parents understand the ingredient label and how they can affect their animal’s health, well-being, and even their behavior. She also offers individual nutrition coaching sessions. She is always looking for new ways to help animal’s and their people.