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Uncle Bill's Pet Center - Greenwood, IN

Wag N' Time Companion Dog Training works to customize training to fit the needs of your puppy and your family.

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Uncle Bill's
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PRLog (Press Release) - Sep. 12, 2012 - Choose private lessons in your home at times convenient to you, or join a small intimate class at Uncle Bill's in Fishers.

Whether at your home or in a class, A Wag N' Time's trainer, Michelle Goldner focuses on the basics every baby puppy needs:

•Socialization
•Practical grooming such as nail trimming, ear cleaning, brushing and bathing
•Basic commands such as "Come,” Sit," "Down," and "Off"
•Desensitization of your puppy to novel objects, sounds and experiences
•Advice and tips and tricks for house training
The whole family can be involved making training a wonderful activity to help everyone bond with and better understand your new puppy's needs!

Contact Michelle today for more information, and customized package options.

New Pet Photos
We've added some new photos to our Pet Photos section! If you'd like to see your pets on Uncle Bill's website, send them in and we'll make it happen. We can't wait to hear from you!

Winter Pet Care

by the American Animal Hospital Association

Cold weather can be hard on pets, just like it can be hard on people. Sometimes owners forget that their pets are just as accustomed to the warm shelter of the indoors as they are. Some owners will leave their animals outside for extended periods of time, thinking that all animals are adapted to live outdoors. This can put their pets in danger of serious illness. There are things you can do to keep your animal warm and safe.

Take your animals for a winter check-up before winter kicks in. Your veterinarian can check to make sure they don’t have any medical problems that will make them more vulnerable to the cold.

Dog Care: Dogs and Thunderstorm Phobia

by the American Animal Hospital Association

We've been getting a lot of severe weather here in Indianapolis lately. What can we do if we have a pet that's afraid of thunderstorms? We've found this great article by the AAHA that might be able to answer that question:

"Does your pooch bury his head into your side every time it thunders out? Does he dive under the bed whenever rain starts to fall? From your point of view, this may seem like cute and endearing behavior, but it's a sign that your dog is terrified of storms. Some owners are willing to simply put up with symptoms of storm phobias like hiding, trembling, whining, drooling, and pacing. In more severe cases, however, panicking dogs have been known to chew furniture, tear drapes, break windows, and more during thunderstorms. In either case, the behavior is a sign of a terrified, unhappy dog... MORE...

Dog Care: Spring Allergies

by the American Animal Hospital Association

As new plants and flowers burst into life this spring, so too do the symptoms of hay fever. But humans aren't the only ones who suffer. Blooming plants, grasses and flowers can trigger allergic reactions called atopy in dogs and cats... MORE...

Dog Care: Winter Pet Care

by the American Animal Hospital Association

It's that time of year - the leaves are almost done falling, the time has fallen back an hour, and some parts of the country are looking forward to ice, snow, and freezing cold temperatures. Now's the time to snuggle up in front of a fireplace with a warm kitty on your lap or a puppy at your feet. But before you settle down to your long winter's nap, take some time to learn how to keep those animals as warm and comfortable as you are.

Uncle Bill's Pet Center
870 US Highway 31
Greenwood, IN 46142
(317) 887-2700

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