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Stop in or contact us to order a doggie cake for pick-up in the store. (We need three business days to bake and decorate a cake). We also have pet-ID tags and lots more items to see and purchase in the store, so come by Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Holidays

A Treat for Our Best Friends: Celebrating International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day (Feb. 23rd)

On February 23rd, dog lovers around the world come together to celebrate a beloved staple in every pup's diet—International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day. This special occasion honors the humble dog biscuit, a tasty treat that has been a staple in canine cuisine for generations. Join us as we delve into the history of dog biscuits, explore the significance of this cherished snack, and share creative ways to celebrate with our furry companions. A Brief History of Dog Biscuits: The origins of dog biscuits can be traced back to the 19th century when American inventor James Spratt created the first commercial dog biscuit...

Celebrating National Walking the Dog Day (Feb. 22nd)

On February 22nd, we lace up our walking shoes, leash up our furry companions, and embark on a journey of exploration, companionship, and well-being—it's National Walking the Dog Day! This special day celebrates the simple yet profound act of walking our dogs, highlighting the numerous benefits it offers for both humans and their four-legged friends. Join us as we explore the joys of walking the dog and how we can make the most of this cherished activity on this special day and beyond. The Joy of Walking the Dog: For dog owners, walking the dog is much more than just a daily...

Embracing Love Your Pet Day (Feb. 20th)

On February 20th, pet owners around the world come together to celebrate a special bond that transcends words—Love Your Pet Day. This heartwarming occasion serves as a reminder to cherish and honor the beloved companions who bring joy, laughter, and unconditional love into our lives each and every day. Join us as we explore the significance of Love Your Pet Day and share creative ways to celebrate the furry friends who hold a special place in our hearts. The Heartbeat at Our Feet: Our pets are more than just animals; they're cherished members of our families, constant sources of comfort, and unwavering...

Tugging at Heartstrings: Celebrating International Tug of War Day with Our Pup (Feb. 19th)

On February 19th, we celebrate a time-honored tradition that brings people together in friendly competition and camaraderie: International Tug of War Day. While this spirited game has roots dating back centuries, its significance goes beyond mere athleticism—it symbolizes teamwork, determination, and the unbreakable bonds that unite us. As we commemorate this special day, let's explore the joy of tug of war and how we can share this beloved pastime with our dog. A Brief History of Tug of War: Tug of war traces its origins to ancient civilizations, where it was often used as a test of strength and a means of...

My Dearest: A Valentine’s Day Love Letter to My Dog

My Sweet, As I sit down to write this letter, my heart overflows with love and gratitude for the unwavering companionship and boundless joy you bring into my life. From the moment you entered my world, you've filled each day with warmth, laughter, and an abundance of love that knows no bounds. With your gentle eyes and wagging tail, you've taught me the true meaning of unconditional love. In your presence, I find solace, comfort, and a sense of belonging that I've never known before. You're more than just a pet; you're my confidant, my partner-in-crime, and my dearest friend. Through the ups...

Protecting Our Furry Family: Observing Pet Theft Awareness Day (Feb. 14th)

In a world where our pets are cherished members of our families, the thought of them being taken from us is a nightmare no pet owner wants to face. Yet, pet theft is a reality that many pet owners must confront. Pet Theft Awareness Day, observed annually on February 14th, serves as a sobering reminder of the importance of safeguarding our furry companions and raising awareness about the prevalence of pet theft. Join us as we explore the significance of Pet Theft Awareness Day and share essential tips for protecting our beloved pets from this heartbreaking crime. Understanding Pet Theft: Pet theft...

Why Rabbits Make Great Pets: Celebrating Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month

As we celebrate "Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month," it's time to shine a spotlight on these wonderful creatures and explore why they make fantastic pets. Rabbits are often overlooked in favor of more traditional pets like cats and dogs, but they have so much to offer as companions. From their playful personalities to their low-maintenance care requirements, rabbits bring joy and love into the lives of those who open their homes to them. Let's delve into the many reasons why rabbits make great pets and why adopting a rescued rabbit is a rewarding experience. Affectionate Companions: Contrary to popular belief, rabbits...

Celebrating Unconditional Love: National Golden Retriever Day (Feb. 3rd)

Every year on February 3rd, dog lovers across the nation come together to celebrate the boundless affection, unwavering loyalty, and gentle spirit of one of America's most beloved breeds: the Golden Retriever. National Golden Retriever Day is a time to honor these furry companions who enrich our lives with their infectious enthusiasm and heartwarming presence. Join us as we pay tribute to the Golden Retriever, celebrating their remarkable qualities and the special bond they share with their human companions. A Breed Apart: Golden Retrievers hold a special place in the hearts of dog lovers worldwide. Known for their striking golden coats,...

Paws and Pavement: Celebrating Walk Your Pet Month

As January kicks off the new year with fresh resolutions and aspirations, it also marks the start of a special celebration dedicated to our beloved furry companions: Walk Your Pet Month. This month-long event serves as a reminder of the importance of regular walks and outdoor adventures for our pets' physical health, mental well-being, and overall happiness. In this blog post, we'll delve into the significance of Walk Your Pet Month and explore some tips and ideas for making the most of this special occasion with your four-legged friend. Why Walk Your Pet Month Matters: Regular walks are essential for pets of...

January Adopt-a-Rescued-Dog Month: Why Adopting a Dog is a Great Idea

January marks Adopt-a-Rescued-Dog Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of pet adoption and celebrating the countless benefits of welcoming a rescued dog into your home. With millions of dogs in shelters awaiting their forever homes, there has never been a better time to open your heart and adopt a furry friend in need. Let's explore why adopting a dog is a fantastic idea and how it can change both your life and the life of a deserving canine companion. 1. Save a Life: One of the most compelling reasons to adopt a rescued dog is the opportunity to...

Houseplant Appreciation Day – January 10th

Today is THE day to get back to tending to, and loving your houseplants. And, it’s also a day to appreciate just how special and important they are. They are therapeutic, lifting your mood and outlook. They add warmth and a calming effect. If you are a gardener, they give you an opportunity to play in the dirt, until spring arrives in the far, distant future. Better yet if you don’t have a houseplant go get one. The following plants are non-toxic to both cats and dogs: 1. Blue Echeveria2. Bamboo3. Areca or Golden Palm4. Burro’s Tail or Lamb’s Tail5. Christmas Cactus6. Cliff Brake or Button Fern7. Hens and Chicken8. Pearl...

World Pet Memorial Day

World Pet Memorial Day was created as a special day to memorialize beloved pets that have passed away. It is observed every year on the second Tuesday in June. Pets are only in our lives for a short time, they stay in our memories forever. A wonderful way to celebrate is plant a memorial garden. Reflect on the wonderful moments that you had and help yourself find peace in knowing how much you and your pet brought to one another’s lives. Memorial gardens can be as big or small as you want. You can plant flowers, plants, or trees in your own...

Pet Appreciation Week June 6-12, 2021

The idea of pet appreciation week is to connect with your pet on a more fun level and show them how much we really love and appreciate them. Why not make some art with them. Make a Paw Print Canvas. What do you need for paw painting: Non-toxic washable paint (get an array of colors) – like these available on Amazon Crayola Washable Kids Paint  Sponges cut into 2” pieces Tubs for different colors (use old food containers and lids before recycling them) Paint drop cloth or old sheet Wet wipes or a small tub of water to wash paws between color changes Canvas (small or large size, get creative) Styrofoam (or cardboard) cut smaller...

Hug Your Cat Day

National Hug your Cat Day is June 4,2021Quite simply, it is a day in which cat owners everywhere are encouraged to hug their cats.It’s an opportunity to give  back to all the cats in the world and shower them with love and attention. Warning! Not all cats will embrace this day as much as you  ...

May 14, Celebrate the beloved Chihuahua

May 14 is a big holiday for little dogs everywhere, well more specifically to our friends the Chihuahua. We have been celebrating International Chihuahua Appreciation Day since 2010 thanks to the Internet. It all started with one dog, Teaka, a Chihuahua owned by a woman named Nadia Alterio who operates famouschihuahua.com when she declared the day on Teaka’s fourteenth birthday. Named after the state of Chihuahua in Mexico, this is the smallest breed of dog in the whole world, the tiny Chihuahua is between 5.9-9.1 inches in height and weighs around 3.3-6.6 pounds. It’s easy to get attached to these adorable little dogs, and...

Celebrate National Dog Mom’s Day, Saturday, May 8

In 2018, a new holiday was created, this time for dog mom’s everywhere. National Dog Mom’s Day is now celebrated on the second Saturday of May, the day before Mother’s Day. This year, we are celebrating on May 8, but keep in mind that on year’s where Mother’s Day is on that same date, the doggie mom holiday is on the FIRST Saturday in May. Being a good mom to a dog is serious business. A survey by rover.com had some amazing facts about female dog owners, including: 50% of dog moms gush over their dog when meeting other people. 62% take dozens of photos...

Celebrate National Pet Month in May

National Pet Month, celebrated in May (in the U.S), aims to support pet adoption; make people aware of the mutual benefits of pets for people and people for pets; increase public awareness of services available from professionals who work with animals; and raise awareness of the role, value and contribution to society of working companion animals. Check out more information on the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s page Healthy Pets, Healthy People. ...

May is Chip Your Pet Month

May is Chip Your Pet Month, which is officially recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC) and was made to educate responsible pet parents on the importance of microchipping your furry kid. What is a Pet Microchip? A pet microchip is a tiny device, about the size of a grain of rice, that is implanted into an animal’s neck, just below the skin surface. The purpose of a microchip is to give your pet a unique identifier in the event they get lost. Microchips have helped bring pets back to their owners for years. When an animal has a microchip, it increases the chance of the owner being...