Addition almost complete!

Bucket truck in front of store entrance, new sign installed

We were thrilled to see our new sign installed this week by G & L’s Sign Factory. Clients started using the new entrance on Sunday afternoon, but we will continue working on final touches in the next few weeks. Our official grand opening of the new space is scheduled for Wednesday, June 12th 2024. We…

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Feb 3rd: National Golden Retriever Day

February 3rd is National Golden Retriever Day! With fur and hearts of gold, we love our Goldens here at the Lodge!   Five Things You May Not Have Known About Golden Retrievers They are America’s third most popular dog breed, behind French Bulldogs and Labrador Retrievers. They made history by being the first ever post…

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CBD For Dogs: CNL’s Picks

Did you know January is National CBD Month? Cannabidiol commonly known as CBD is an active ingredient in cannabis that is derived from the hemp plant. While CBD is most popularly known for its health benefits with humans, in recent years, research has shown that CBD can positively affect our furry friends!   Some potential…

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Moving with Pets

I was honored to be asked to contribute to this article about moving with your animal family members. -RR Moving With Pets? We Have the Experts’ Advice to Do It Properly (porch.com)

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Play School at the Lodge

We are excited to begin our newest program for the dogs in our care. In our new Play School program, we are providing an outlet for dogs to meet different needs than the daycare playgroup alone can do. We customize the activities for each dog and make sure to hit all five senses throughout the…

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Potty Training in the Cold!

Part two in our Pandemic Puppies series By Angelina Worman CPDT-KA Medical Coordinator Cold Nose Lodge   Baby it’s cold outside! It is getting colder and your pandemic puppy is in the potty training phase of life…ughhh!! Guess I didn’t fully think this through. He is lucky he is cute… just kidding but I know…

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Puppies & the Pandemic

“Unprecedented Times” BY Angelina Worman CPDT-KA I hear that a lot lately and it is definitely true. One thing I have noticed is that some things are still the same. Thankfully. The dogs need to be walked. The puppy needs to be house trained. The puppy needs training and socialization. But how do we go…

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Guest Blog: Working at Home with your Dog

ADJUST TO WORKING FROM HOME It is April 2020 and we are right in the middle of the Coronavirus Crisis. The Governor’s orders have forced many people to work from home. In addition to a jump in people Zooming and investing in new tops for their wardrobe, are the growing number of people working from home.…

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What Doggie Parents Don’t Know

When parents drop their fur-babies off at the Lodge, they know they will have the best care. They know they will be fed, cleaned up after, given medicine when needed, played with and tucked into bed with their favorite things. What they don’t know is that I love them as if they were my own.…

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What I’ve Learned From My Internship at Cold Nose Lodge

Four years ago, I started my first job at Cold Nose Lodge. I always had a soft spot for dogs and figured this would be the perfect job for me. Through the years I’ve learned more than I could’ve ever imagined. I’ve completed two dog training courses (Knowing Dogs 101 & 102), became Pet CPR…

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