Tips to Raise a Friendly, Socialized Dog with Cascade Kennels

Tips to Raise a Friendly, Socialized Dog

So you’ve decided to add a puppy to the family. As a pet parent, you have a responsibility to help guide your dog and help them become confident and friendly when interacting with others. We’ve all seen the dog that loses control, barks, and lunges when they see another dog

Tips for a Great Pet Boarding Experience from Cascade Kennels

Tips for a Great Pet Boarding Experience

While vacations are enjoyable, sometimes you cannot bring your dog or cat when leaving town. Fortunately, pet boarding facilities provide your furry friend with a place to stay for extended periods. However, staying at a boarding facility for the first time can be challenging for some pets. Here are tips

4 Fun Ideas for Spring Break with Your Puppy from Cascade Kennels

4 Fun Ideas for Spring Break With Your Puppy

Spring brings about warmer weather and longer days, making it the perfect opportunity for your puppy to breathe more fresh air and participate in fun outdoor activities. Here are some fun ideas for spending spring break with your puppy. Hiking Hiking is an excellent way to spend quality time with

Training Your New Puppy | Cascade Kennels

Training Your New Puppy

Learning how to train your new puppy can take time. Puppy training is necessary to socialize them into proper behavior for the rest of their lives. Our puppy training guide can help get you started with the basics for your puppy to grow into a confident, well-behaved adult dog.  

Choosing the Right Pet for Your Family from Cascade Kennels

Choosing the Right Pet for Your Family

Science has proven that owning a pet is beneficial for your household. Pets can reduce stress, teach responsibility, reduce loneliness, and improve your overall quality of life. So, if you don’t already own one, now might be the time to consider getting one. There are many different types of pets

Why Rescue Dogs are the Best from Cascade Kennels

Why Rescue Dogs are the Best

There are around 3 million dogs in shelters in the United States at a time. Every single dog in these shelters could use a home. About 1 million of them go without a home. It only takes adopting one dog at the local shelter to make a difference. Here are


Fun Games You Can Play with Your Dog This Summer

Summer is here, and every dog anticipates the fun they get to have with their owners on these warm days. Trips to the park or beach are great places to hang out in summer. Your dog probably loves a good game of catch or tug-of-war, but why not change things