Wagging Our Way into National Dog Week

Wagging Our Way into National Dog Week

We believe in celebrating dogs everyday at Wag Central but with National Dog Week on the horizon, we’ve got a serious case of the zoomies! In honor of a week dedicated just to our 4-legged friends, we’re rolling out a Wag-worthy daycare schedule, exclusive to this week only. Monday – your pup will be treated […]

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Waggable Weekends at Wag Central

Waggable Weekends at Wag Central

Date nights. Family fun nights. Kid’s travel sport nights. For the various types of weekend nights you might encounter, Wag Central has your tail covered. We’re pleased to announce the roll out of our Fall Waggable Weekends! During the months of September through November, every Saturday night Wag Central will hold a Slumber Pawty with […]

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Join Our Pack

Join Our Pack

Wag Central is searching for a multi-tasking dynamo Receptionist/Concierge to join our pack. This position requires a friendly, approachable, dog lover to welcome 2-legged and 4-legged guests into the facility, while giving them a one-to-one customer experience. The receptionist must be detail oriented, with impeccable organizational skills, process driven and the ability to keep calm in stressful situations. This position will know Wag Central, the brand, and all of our services inside and out.

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Wagger of the Month: Sunny

Wagger of the Month: Sunny

By Annie Scudder Pointer Professor | Dog Life Specialist Sunny is a 10 month old mixed breed who first came to Wag Central in July. During her personality profile, our staff saw that she was lacking confidence around other dogs and in new situations. Our specialized daycare program was recommended to Sunny’s awesome owners, who […]

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Fall Semester at Wag U – One-on-One Training

Fall Semester at Wag U – One-on-One Training

We handle behavioral issues big and small! Danielle Wilson, Dean of Wag University, is happy to set you up with a personal trainer best suited for your needs. Call us or contact her directly at danielle@wagcentralct.com to set up a behavioral consult, and schedule your classes in our private training room. Morning, day and evening times, […]

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Fleas and Ticks – Don’t Let Them Ruin Your Pup’s Summer Fun!

Fleas and Ticks – Don’t Let Them Ruin Your Pup’s Summer Fun!

By Ashley Cone Shepherd Stylist | Grooming Goddess We’re getting into the dog days of summer and your pup is constantly outside running around and having a blast, but you see a flea or tick on your dog, now what? First, let’s talk about fleas. Fleas are very tiny insects that can bite your dog […]

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Splashing the Summer Away

Splashing the Summer Away

By Alora Busek Nautical Newfie/Doggy Paddle Swim Coach There are so many mind and body benefits to taking your dog for a swim. Swimming is  a low impact, year-round exercise that is great for working every muscle in the body, without risking injury to joints. It may surprise you to know that for a dog, […]

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Just Say No! Rawhides vs. No Hides

Just Say No! Rawhides vs. No Hides

By Vanessa Pagan Bully Bestie / Play Park Ranger For years I gave my dogs rawhides, I just assumed that they were a safe and long lasting chew. One day when my dog, Bruce, was chewing one and I noticed there was a nasty odor coming from the rawhide. I immediately threw it away and […]

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Specialized Care & Puppy Programs

Specialized Care & Puppy Programs

Specialized Care encompasses medical (Therapeutic Care), senior (Golden Boarders), and puppy (Puppy Nursery) services. Basically any dog that needs extra care, attention, and monitoring beyond that which your average, healthy, adult dog requires is a candidate!

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