Calling all Batch Yard furry friends!!!
Elliot’s house is the dog service company for you! We provide a variety of services to include: dog walking, boarding, grooming, pet sitting, and pet taxi! Our energetic, unique, and dog-loving handlers, provide exemplary service to our human and fur friends alike, primarily in the Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville areas; but thanks to Bozzuto, we have expanded to you!
All of the Bozzuto properties are amazing, but have you checked out the Batchyard?! Elliot told me he went there the other day to visit some of his fur friends and he thought it was rad! It’s the old Charleston Chew factory! He said they have doggy treats everywhere, a huge dog park with toys and a pool, and tons of Charleston Chews for his human companions! It is a beautiful luxury apartment complex that is composed of beautiful architecture, high ceilings, loft style windows, keyless fob entry, and sunny patios! The building also features a pool, a roof deck view with outdoor media, fitness center, library, and lounge! It is truly an amazing living experience just outside of Boston! It’s even commuter friendly! Check out dream living at: http://www.thebatchyard.com
If you don’t believe me or Elliot, ask some of our friends!
Jackson at The Batch Yard
Diesel at The Batch Yard
With so many brands out there today it can be difficult to decide what the best selection of dog food will be best for your pet. I think most people get advice from their vets on what brands to use and which ones not to; but on the other hand I think that many people just go to the store and grab whatever looks yummy for their pet. What those people don’t always know is that there are so many brands out there that are just flat out false advertising their “organic” and “all natural” dog food. Just like we as humans need to be cautious about the chemicals and artificial fillers in our food, our fur babies do too! Feeding your dog food that has chemicals and low-quality ingredients can lead to both physical and mental health issues like obesity, digestive problems, poor temperament, and lack of focus. I was recently shown a great article on this dilemma, where researchers, expert contributors, and dog owners gave their two cents on health and safety of dog food over the last several years, how to look for food that is beneficial for your dog, and which ones they found to be the best. Check out the link: http://www.reviews.com/dog-food/
Like the article says…
“Don’t trust the brand trust the ingredients.”
And keep watching Elliot hard at work!
After meet some of the fine staff from Northeastern Animal Shelter we have decided to help spread the word in hope of adopting a few more dog.
The importance of adopting:
“Know what type of dog you and your family can handle before you go in,” advises the Humane Society’s Berloni. Cesar also suggests, “Bring along a dog trainer or other professional who can advise you about a dog’s energy.”
Read more: http://www.cesarsway.com/magazine/nov10/features/The-Rules-of-Adoption#ixzz2foutBj9o
In the coming weeks Elliot’s House will start to sell 100% organic dehydrated beef and checkin treats. You dog will love these treat I know my does. The idea came about while shopping for treats at the local pet supply store, when I noticed most of these items are not sold fresh.
When compared to the lifespan of other mammals, “smaller size, longer life” would at first glance appear to be counter-intuitive, especially to families that have gone through short-lived pet rats (2 years), hamsters (3 years), or gerbils (4 years).
In the non-pet category, chimpanzees live shorter lives than humans — about 45 years vs. 70 years — and elephants have a lifespan comparable to humans. This is nothing, of course, compared to the bowhead whale. Weighing in at up to 65 tons and sixty feet long, current estimates place its maximum lifespan at 200 years.