Pet Lodge Pet Resort Blog

Our expert opinion on all things dog boarding, pet care, dog training, and being a great pet owner and leader.

All Things Pets

Seasons of Dog Health

The Change in Seasons for Your Dog Unlike humans dogs bodies don’t adjust as quickly to the change in temperature as ours. You will notice a change in their skin and coats, this is the season that most dogs will shed their winter coats for a thinner one, even domesticated dogs require attention through this

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All Things Pets

A Water Park for Dogs!

In November of 2016 Pet Lodge Pet Resort broke ground on a Splash Pad for dogs, and by April of 2017, the project was complete Just in time for summer we have another resort style activity for our guests to enjoy. There really is nothing like it in the Alpharetta or even Atlanta area. This

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All Things Pets

What to pack when boarding your pet

Pet Lodge Pet Resort is happy to supply everything your dog needs for their stay, but while you are packing your bags for your trip, you start to wonder what you should pack for your dog’s vacation. The key thing to remember is that your dog is coming to a resort, and they are going

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Dog Health

How Much Should I Feed My Dog?

It is always the big question how much should I feed my dog, especially when they can’t tell you when they are hungry or full. Feed them too much, they may get fat and are at a higher risk of developing serious health problems; feed them too little and they become scavengers and eat anything

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All Things Pets

Meet Dr. Bishop & North Main Animal Hospital

Pet Lodge Pet Resort is truly a pet resort we have a lot of space with big rooms, big yards, and big fun. The one thing we do not have is your family veterinarian on site. We do have the next best thing which is great vet offices close by with awesome teams and animals

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All Things Pets

Dealing with Aggression In Dogs

Understanding Aggression in Dogs Some dogs may suffer from aggression; this can either be aggression towards humans or another dog. There is always a reason for a dog’s aggressive behavior. Usually, it is when the dog feels under threat, so the first step is to look towards what may be causing the problem. The first

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