5 Ways Doggie Daycare With a Busy Play Area Benefits Your Dog

Whether you’re going back to the office or still working from home, doggie daycare can provide a variety of benefits for your pup. It’s not realistic for you to be available 24/7 to keep an eye on your dog, so it’s understandable that there will be periods of time when…

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Tips for a Fun and Safe 4th of July With Your Dog

When you think of the 4th of July in San Diego County, you probably imagine the fun, delicious food, and celebration with friends and family, but your dog doesn’t see it this way. In fact, July 5th is known as being one of the busiest days of the year for…

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Traveling With Dogs: What You Should Know

We all need a break. Traveling and experiencing a new place is the easiest way to give your mind a break from your usual routine. Leave the stress at home as you relax, dine and explore. However, when you’re a dog parent, vacationing may require some extra planning. For anyone…

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How to Train Your Puppy to Stop Biting

Oh, puppies. Those adorable little wet noses and cute wagging tails. And oh yeah, those razor-sharp teeth! Dogs’ baby teeth might be tiny, but they’re surprisingly strong. Puppies tend to explore the world through their mouths, tasting everything that comes their way (whether or not it’s edible) and playing with…

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4 Things You Should do When Your Dog Comes Home After Boarding

When San Diego dog owners come to pick up their dog from Fon Jon Pet Care’s dog boarding, it can sometimes be difficult to say who’s more excited—owners are ecstatic to see their pooches, and the pups are beside themselves with joy. After all, even though we do everything we…

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Tips for Continuing Dog Training

When it comes to dog training, many are mistaken into thinking that once their dog’s obedience training is completed, there is nothing else that needs to be done. This is a huge misconception. Like learning something new, such as a musical instrument, sport, or even language, we constantly need to…

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Training Tips: Teaching Your Puppy the Recall Command

Welcome to our first installment of Fon Jon’s Training Tips Series. This information is coming straight from Manuel Villanueva, who should be your first choice if you’re looking for top-notch puppy training in San Diego. He’s sharing his wealth of knowledge so that you can better understand your dog.  The…

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Basic Dog Training Tips

Training a dog, whether a new puppy you’ve just brought home or your dog that you’ve had for years who has developed some habits that need changing, is never easy. Even with the best dog, training takes a lot of time and patience and can be difficult, so we’ve listed…

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How to Clean Your Dog’s Eyes

Keeping your dog’s eyes clean is important, but can also be difficult because this is such a sensitive area. This makes cleaning your dog’s eyes much more complicated than cleaning the rest of her body. That’s why we’ve put together this list of tips to help you keep your dog’s…

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Tips for Cleaning Your Dog’s Ears

The cleanliness of your dog’s ears is incredibly important to your dog’s health but often forgotten. These are also very sensitive areas, so keeping them clean and healthy isn’t as simple or easy as bathing the rest of your dog’s body. With these tips, we hope that cleaning your dog’s…

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