Meet Haley, our Administrative Manager
Pawderosa Ranch Dog Blog
by Pawderosa
1M ago
Haley’s dogs include Goku, a 7-year-old lab/husky mix who enjoys lounging about the house, playing with his new dog companion, Koya, a mini labradoodle. Koya, originally a daycare resident, now thrives in Haley’s care, delighting in zooming around and snuggling with her human children. Haley describes Pawderosa as loyal, creative, and nurturing, striving to offer top-notch care to every canine visitor. Her fondest memories span years of forming incredible bonds with clients, dogs, and colleagues, many of whom have become her dearest friends. Her all-time favorite furry friend, Darby Kuhns ..read more
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Meet Angel, our Acting as Manager
Pawderosa Ranch Dog Blog
by Pawderosa
2M ago
Before we learn more about Angel, we must introduce his sweet pup Banjo. He is Angel’s cherished canine companion, a heeler mix with a playful outdoor spirit who deeply connects with Angel’s feelings and emotions. Three words that Angel uses to capture Pawderosa are FURnomenal, GRReat, and BARKtacular, representing fun, innovation, and love.One of Angel’s most treasured memories is kickstarting activities at the mission location and being actively involved in those beginnings. Additionally, Angel enjoys spending time at the shelter during holidays, feeding pups. Angel holds a special bond wit ..read more
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Reasons to opt for our Group Class
Pawderosa Ranch Dog Blog
by Pawderosa
2M ago
Pawderosa Ranch provides several training options for your dog, but let’s delve into why you should consider our group class program today. These group classes are available once a week at our Schertz location, tailored for puppies (3 to 6 months) and adult dogs (7 months and older). Be the Leader: If you prefer to take an active role in training your dog, our group classes empower you to guide your furry friend’s learning journey under our trainer’s supervision. Learn how to train your dog effectively in our one-hour sessions for the following 6 weeks! Socialize and Tra ..read more
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Structured Play > Free Play
Pawderosa Ranch Dog Blog
by Pawderosa
3M ago
Watching our pups play with other pups brings us joy, but there’s a distinction between free play and structured play for them. Structured play refers to an organized activity created to offer dogs physical exercise, mental stimulation, and social interaction. Free play is when your dog is able to run, chase, and pounce freely with their furends. Often, you’ll find this unstructured play can result in conflicts in the play environment. In a familiar home environment, household dogs can engage in free play comfortably as they have established rules and understand ..read more
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Meet Shelby, our Operations Manager
Pawderosa Ranch Dog Blog
by Pawderosa
3M ago
Before we learn about Shelby, let’s meet her dogs! She has 2 German shepherds, Stark and Rose. They are a dad and daughter duo and boy are they a handful! They were raised at Pawderosa since they were old enough to come and they LOVE it. They know when Shelby’s alarm goes off that it’s time to go to the Ranch. It’s a inside joke that they have to go to work with their mom to earn their keep. Outside of Pawderosa, Shelby’s dogs are farm dogs. She lives on a small piece of property outside of San Antonio and they spend their off days chasing whatever critters they can find. Often times disappea ..read more
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Meet Erika, our Mission Front of House Manager
Pawderosa Ranch Dog Blog
by Pawderosa
3M ago
Meet our remarkable team member, Erika. She owns a 3-year-old Great Dane named Kaya and a 6-year-old Pitbull named Capone. Both dogs have been her companions since they were puppies and have moved with her all the way from Wisconsin! Capone enjoys his daily naps and belly rubs. Despite tearing both of his back ACLs when he was young, Erika invested time and resources in his surgeries and subsequent care. Capone recovered quickly and has taught Erika valuable lessons, making her a better dog owner and caregiver. Kaya, the goofy and easygoing forever puppy, adds endless energy to the mix. While ..read more
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Exciting New Training Options for 2024
Pawderosa Ranch Dog Blog
by Pawderosa Ranch
4M ago
We are thrilled to announce that we have expanded our training options, providing three different choices to our clients.  Our first option is our group classes. This six-week course is available exclusively at our Schertz location and is designed for pet parents who want to be more actively involved in their dog’s training journey. The course covers basic obedience, recall, place, polite greetings, leash manners, and door manners. During the one-hour class, pet parents work with their dogs in a small group setting, gaining knowledge alongside other pet parents. In order to create the mo ..read more
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Meet Adam, our Schertz Client Specialist
Pawderosa Ranch Dog Blog
by Pawderosa Ranch
4M ago
We are thrilled to introduce you to Adam – the friendly face who welcomes you to our lobby at Pawderosa Ranch. Adam has been a valuable asset to our team, bringing a positive attitude and strong work ethic for over a year now. We can’t wait for you to get to know him better. Let’s start by introducing you to Adam’s furry friend, Hudson! Hudson is an eight-month-old Siberian Husky/Australian Shepherd mix, affectionately known as an Ausky. He is a fun-loving pup who enjoys making new friends and playing with his toys. His favorite toys are squeaky and crinkle toys, as he loves sensory experienc ..read more
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Christmas Gift Ideas for Dog Lovers
Pawderosa Ranch Dog Blog
by Pawderosa Ranch
5M ago
Are you struggling to find the perfect gift for your friend who is obsessed with their furry pal? Consider these unique and thoughtful options: Give the dog lover in your life a special gift Asher and Gray dog mom merchandise: This small business in San Antonio offers apparel for both humans and dogs, making it the perfect gift for any dog mom. BarkBox: Surprise your friend’s dog with monthly toys, treats, and chews by gifting a subscription to BarkBox. Feliz Modern dog themed decor: Another San Antonio favorite of ours. From throw pillows to wall art, there are plenty of dog-inspired d ..read more
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Fun and Easy Dog-Friendly Christmas Ornaments
Pawderosa Ranch Dog Blog
by Pawderosa Ranch
6M ago
Are you looking for creative ways to include your furry friend in your holiday festivities? Try making one (or all) of these dog-friendly ornaments! Salt Dough Ornaments: This classic option is easy to make; you’ll need 4 cups of flour, 1 cup of salt, and 1 1/2 cups of water. Mix the ingredients together to form dough, and then roll it out on a piece of parchment paper. Press your dog’s paw into the dough and cut out your desired shape. Use a straw to punch a hole for the string while the dough is still soft. Preheat your oven to 300 degrees, place the ornaments on a baking sheet, and bak ..read more
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