Travel safety

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Driving with pets large or small can be a pleasure or headache. Thoughtful preparation is key to a successful outing long or short.

Always keep dogs on a leash or in a carrier. Kitty cats, no matter how used to traveling, should be confined.

Many pets are lost when they dart out of a just opened car door at a strange place. Pet carriers are available many places. Look for bargains at yard sales and resale shops.

They even sell seat belt harnesses that give Jo Jo some freedom but will keep him out of your lap and not under your feet.

For long trips don’t forget to pack a drinking bowl
and a bottle of water especially if you go for a run in the park.

If you have questions call 704-888-4637

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Gwyn Mathis
Gwyn Mathis and her husband Terry moved to beautiful Stanly Co. 43 years ago to have a place
To breed and train their show dogs. Gwyn soon opened a grooming shop and boarding kennel.
She expanded to a new kennel building in the mid 1990's. Owners bring their dogs from as
far away as Raleigh to have them groomed and cared for at Tag'm Kennel.
The Mathises are members of Piedmont Kennel Club, The American Miniature Schnauzer
Club and are AKC Breeders of Merit. Can you guess how they got the name Tag'm ?