Carolyn Lapps is the General Manager at Fetch Family Pet Resort. Her love and passion for all animals began at a young age and has led to a career. She is frequently consulted on pet socialization, family integration issues, and is highly regarded for her experience with domestic animal management and care.
No dog is perfect – just like no dog is perfect and unlike the last car your bought, a dog doesn’t come with an owner’s manual. Although, sticking with the car analogy, there are a times when your dog can be out of alignment, and that’s when a trainer might be of help. Here are…Read More
Approximately 3 million new U.S. pets were purchased or adopted to brighten lives during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. It was a surge unprecedented, and therefore comparative analysis is not available – but the behavioral differences in the “Generation P” dogs are noticeable. Many Generation P dogs, when approached by a stranger, or a…Read More
February is National Pet Dental Health Month, but dental health should be practiced daily by all pet owners. You’ve heard the expression, “Dogs are people too” – well they need oral care just like people! Here are a few things to keep an eye out for when caring for your pet: Halitosis, or bad breath,…Read More
The warmer temperatures and high humidity can pose a threat to your pets. It gets particularly scary when power outages occur so here are some suggestions on how to keep your pets safe during the summer heat and the warning signs to look for which indicate your pet may be at risk. Never ever leave…Read More
Kennel cough is slang for upper respiratory disease known as canine infectious tracheobronchitis or canine cough. The moniker “kennel cough” is a misnomer that has stuck and is a source of debate much like the moniker “Spanish flu.” A kennel does not cause the respiratory issue, and the Spanish did not cause the flu of…Read More
All our dogs love to play. Whether it’s chasing a ball for hours, a tug of war with a favorite toy, or simple rough housing, our pets love physical activity. However, they need more than this – a dog needs to exercise their senses such as sight, taste, touch, hearing, and smell. They also need…Read More
Fetch Family Pet Resort has an overnight attendant so pets boarding with us have twenty-four supervision. Sounds like simple common sense, right? It’s one of those things that is just assumed by clients. Guess what? Most boarding facilities do not have round the clock supervision. We do, and it’s one of the many things that…Read More