Tag Archives: Four-legged Family Members

The Best Dog Parks In Detroit

Four-legged friends need exercise and playtime just as much as humans! Thankfully there are several great dog parks in Detroit. And remember…Visiting a dog park is a good idea, even if you’ve got a yard, because it gives your doggie the chance to socialize. Anne Fracassa Memorial Dog Park | Pauline Street and 12 Mile Road,…

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Paragon Loves Pets

At Paragon, we recognize that pets are really more like family. That’s why they’re welcome at all our apartment communities! Cats and dogs are permitted*, though some breed restrictions apply. (Contact us for details.) Residents simply pay an initial $200 non-refundable pet fee, as well as $25 monthly pet fee. However, if folks adopt a…

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Living Apartment Style with Your Pets

Photo courtesy of MHS and iStockphoto Yes, we call them pets, but they are so much more. Our four-legged family members are dearly loved and loving members of our family. Living apartment style with your pets is as rewarding as the challenges it can sometimes present. Stains, damage, odors can be a real problem if the problem isn’t…

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Meet Your Best Friend at the Detroit Zoo

Your Best Friend is waiting for you. “The Detroit Zoo and Michigan Humane Society, in collaboration with more than 30 local animal welfare organizations, will host the semi-annual event Meet Your Best Friend at the Zoo.  Hundreds of dogs, cats, puppies and kittens will be available for immediate adoption to loving homes at one of the…

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Doggie Water Park

 Why should you have all the fun? While we humans like to seek out waterparks when summertime gets a little too hot around the gills, I’m sure your dog is staring at you during the summer heat and thinking “What about me?” Well, instead of giving your dog that clueless look of response. You can…

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The Dog Days of Summer!

Well, Southeast Michigan has finally put together a string of days where the weather didn’t go from great to ugly in a span of 5 minutes. We are entering what is known as “The Dog Days of Summer.” But, what does that term really mean? And does it really relate to our dogs? Continue reading…

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