Services offered by Royal Paws Inc. are much different than the services you will find at other facilities in the area. What works for one dog will not work for another. They are all individuals! Training sessions are tailored to meet the needs of the dogs and their owners. For boarding dogs, we keep an overnight caretaker on premises in the event of an emergency or should a client have special needs after hours. We apply our knowlege of canine behavior to teach socialization in our day care sessions, which allows us to incorporate dogs that are not allowed to play at other facilities because they are not equipped to handle certain temperments. We also believe that living in optimal health makes the dogs thrive. Having a better diet and working with the right veternarians can boost your dogs emotional state and extend their lifetime. We do all of the research so you do not have to. Our clients are a part of the pack at Royal Paws Inc. We always want everyone to be given the same information and resources to make the relationships with their pets the best they can be!
Lovvvvvve them !!!!!
Great staff very caring
Friendliest groomer ever! So gentle!
We are very happy to announce the start of a nonprofit organization that we train as service dogs for law enforcement officers, firefighters, soldiers and first responders that suffer from PTSD and various disabilities. No one deserves to suffer and we are happy to use our skills to help those in need.
There is no magic button that can create obedient dogs. The owners are the only ones with the power to create that. Some dogs have more limitations than others but in order to have companionship it will take work.
Please use your common sense when visiting the vet. We want to believe they have our best interest and our dogs best interest in mind but majority of the time they do not.
Dogs do not have reasoning so communicating with them in a way they will understand is very important. We always give the example of: If you want the dog to sit why would you give it a treat? Have you ever seen a mother dog with her pups tossing food at them in order to get them to behave the way she wants? - NO! So why would we use food as our only tool? When using food to motivate dogs, you may get a quicker response but you build respect to food and not to you.
What kind of relationship do I want with my dog?
What kind of behaviours would I like my dog to have?
What am I willing to change about the current interactions I have with my dog in order to achieve those goals?