Bridge construction on Route 173

Posted by janrypetresort on February 6, 2019

Category: Uncategorized
During these cold, snowy days we all dream about the upcoming warm weather.  We look forward to the trees starting to bud new leaves, the beautiful crocus and tulip flowers popping up to color the world again, and the warmth of the sun on our backs, when we leave our homes, after feeling like we have been hibernating throughout the cold winter months.  Longing to jump in the car with the windows rolled down, cruising
Janry Pet Resort, Jane Dancosse, Janry German Shepherds, Stewartsville NJ

Protecting your pets from Ticks

Posted by janrypetresort on November 14, 2018

Category: Pet Health
While admiring the beautiful colors of the changing seasons and the excitement of the upcoming holidays our busy schedules and planning can allow us to overlook a popular pest that can invade our back yards and attack the health of our beloved pets. I have always wondered why the fall is such an active time of year for ticks, after a little research, I found out that the majority of ticks reach adulthood in the
Consistency is the key to successful dog obedience. If you're not consistent, you will more than likely confuse your dog. This is why consistency is so important when committing to giving your dog a command. By being consistent, we take our next step in training your dog
Janry Pet Resort, Dog Lodging, Pet Resort, Dog Boarding, Stewartsville NJ
Labrador retrievers are the most popular breed to own in the United States. The Labrador Retriever originated in Newfoundland, where they were bred to be not only a fisherman's mate but also a duck retriever. In the 1800's the positive qualities of the Labrador were noticed by the English nobles, whom were visiting Canada, upon returning back to England the visitors imported many Labradors, starting the journey on the road of popularity for the Labrador
One of the most important qualities to have while training your dog is patience. Sometimes, it is not necessary to make verbal, or physical corrections when your dog doesn’t follow your direction. This applies especially when your dog comes to you. Learning when to hold off on corrections while remaining patient, we take our next step in training your dog