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Tips and advice on owning and training your pets. By Bert Holcombe, Owner, Woodlands Pet Resort: Greer, SC

Four Reasons To Celebrate National Mutt Day!

Cute mutt

National Mutt Day is right around the corner! Come December 2nd, it’s time to celebrate that special mutt in your life or consider adding one if you don’t have one already! With so many things love about mixed breed dogs we’re going to limit ourselves to a few great reasons they make some of the […]

Turkey Day Do’s And Dont’s For Your Dog

Cranberry Sauce

With just days left before your house fills up with family, friends, and a few extra helpings of stuffing, it’s time to start planning on setting up for Thanksgiving Day. Take a few of our tips below to ensure it’ll be a hit with man and man’s best friend! Don’t just sit around – Before […]

Don’t Make Halloween Creepy For Your Canine!


Halloween is lots of fun, if you’re a human that is. This evening full of ghosts and goblins presents some unique challenges for our four-legged friends. We’ve shared three tips below on how to keep Halloween safe for your canines. Get them good and tired – Having strangers coming to the door all night long […]

Dog-friendly Hikes Near Greenville


There’s lots of dog-friendly hikes in the Greenville. Getting out into the great outdoors does wonders for your stress level and gives you a chance for some much needed time to spend with your two and four-legged friends and family. Here are a few of our favorites in the Upstate. Paris Mountain State Park – […]

How To Beat The Dog Days Of Summer

Summer dog

By this time in the summer most everyone is dreaming of those crisp fall days with a nice stiff breeze going. The dog days of summer are great until you walk out of your front door. Once you do, it’s game on with the mosquitoes and high humidity the area around Greenville is known for. […]

“Check The Chip Day” Is Coming Up On August 15th!


“Check The Chip Day” is coming up on August 15th! This awareness day co-sponsored by the American Veterinary Medicine Association and the American Animal Hospital Association and is aimed at giving you a push to go to get your pet microchipped and if they are already, to double-check to make sure the registration information is current. Microchips […]