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August 7, 2023 - Recent Business Changes

We are no longer offering Dog walks or Dog Sitting. We do apologize for any inconveniences. Due to sudden changes in schedules with staff we are not able to provide those services. We now care for Cats, Small Pocket Pets, Birds, and Chickens.

March 18, 2020 - Covid Pandemic

Due to the recent Covid-19 Pandemic Josie's Pet Services will only be serving those who are essential workers. We will be taking every safety precaution during this time. We resume service for others as soon as the stay at home status is lifted. Stay safe, we got this!

January 16, 2020 - Happy New Year


It's a new year and here at Josie's Pet Services we are looking at a new and fun filled year. We now offer professional pet portraits. Also we currently do not have any playgroups at this time.


June 3, 2014 - Foxtail Season


As we have been out walking with dogs we have noticed foxtail season is in full swing. We at Josie's Pet Services will do our best to keep the dogs we walk away from those pesky plants. Excessive sneezing, chewing, or licking on paws are signs of possible foxtails. We make it part of our routine to make sure we check over our client's dogs before returning them home.


Feb 3, 2014 - February is National Pet Dental MonthHealthy teeth are very important in your pet's health. Did you know that bad dental hygiene can cause lots of health problems for your pet. It can affect your pet's kidneys, liver, heart and more. Bad breath is one sign of bad oral hygiene. Have you noticed your pet not eating much, bad breath, or yelps when you touch around the mouth? Do you see tartar build up? These are all signs that your pet may need a dental cleaning.Special treats, water additives and brushing can help lower tartar build up and keep your pet's teeth nice and healthy. Make an appointment to see your local vet and talk to them about your pet's dental health and what you can do to make your pet's teeth shine.



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