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Dog Boarding

After a full day of play and enrichment, your Sidekick will be ready to catch some ZZZ’s in our overnight suites

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PupPupAndAwaySa Dog Training & Services San Antonio Pet Sitting

Doggy Daycare

Our Doggy Daycare is one of a kind! Not only will your pup enjoy play with dogs of similar size and temperament, but our Enrichment Specialists work on basic manners and tricks throughout the day. Your pup will come home physically and mentally stimulated. 

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 Dog Training

From one-on-one lessons to an array of group classes, you and your pup will learn a lot in our training programs! We also have Board & Train and Play & Train options.

 

 

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Pet Care with a Behavioral Edge

 

 

That means we offer all the fun but always keep the training mixed in. We work enrichment and training into all our services for no extra cost. 

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Helpful Advice for Every Pet Parent

How to Help Your Nervous Dog Meet House Guests

How to Help Your Nervous Dog Meet House Guests

Most dogs bark when the doorbell rings. Ideally, once the guest walks in and says hi, all the excitement stops. However, this isn’t always the case. Some dogs remain fearful and nervous when strangers, or even familiar people, come over. These dogs might continuously...

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How to Crate Train Your Sidekick

How to Crate Train Your Sidekick

Some dogs love their crates without any training. Yea, they do exist! Both my dogs took to the crate no problem! But some dogs may need some help and some dogs may downright have severe anxieties about being confined.   Here are my steps to creating a crate-loving...

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To Crate or Not to Crate?

To Crate or Not to Crate?

Are you pro-crate or anti-crate? Well, I’m pro-crate and I’m here to tell you why.   The most common argument I hear against the crate is all about the pet parent: “I feel bad for confining him all day.” I get it, but there are so many other safety reasons and...

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