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Get the latest news and happenings at Out-U-Go from the Top Top Dog, David Lipschultz.

Save it for a rainy day…

Cute French bulldog wearing rain boots, raincoat, and rain goggles with wipers.

Suffice it to say, we’re all ready for more time outside! If your pup is equally excited to get outdoors, but less so when it means getting wet, we have some tips for your spring survival:

Feed dogs treats during rainy walks to make it a positive experience.

1:
Make it a positive experience. Bring treats.

 

 

Work on potty-on-cue commands and reinforce with treats.

2:
Develop a potty-on-cue command like “go potty.” Reward for success.

 

 

Cute bulldog in a raincoat. Raincoats are good options for dogs that don't like rainy day dog walks.

3:
Try a pup raincoat. More treats.

 

 

During rainy day dog walks, start with short distances and slowly add distance.

4:
Start with short walks and slowly add distance building tolerance for rain over time.

Let’s Schedule Visits!

From our family to yours…

As 2020 comes to a close, we wanted to take a moment to extend a giant THANK YOU from the entire OUG! family to all our Pet Parents that have supported Out-U-Go!, and other small businesses, this year.

Know that your generosity, thoughtful messages, and requests for visits have kept this team of Top Dogs moving forward and very much looking forward to a brighter and better year ahead.

 From the OUG! family to yours: thank you & be well.

WFH + E-Learning = 100% Lacking In Routine.

Everything going swimmingly at your house?!

It’s been six months of many of us really trying to find a routine. If you haven’t quite gotten there, you’re not alone. Working from home, kids e-learning from home—or managing both—can be a whole lot to juggle.

Would you and your doggo benefit from having them walked?

If you’d benefit from having more of a routine, the pets are a great place to start. We’re here, available, and happy to help keep them happy, occupied, and on a consistent schedule.

Yes! Let’s make it a regular thing.