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.
Ice Cream – Doggie Cakes
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Ice Cream Tag

3 Tips to Protect your Pet from Heartworms

1. Preventative Medicine The American Heartworm Society and many veterinarians recommend year-round preventative medication. Medications can be administered orally or topically, and prevention is far more effective and less costly than treatment if your dog is diagnosed with heartworm. But, remember that preventives are not used to kill the adult worm and some can cause severe problems if given to animals with adult heartworms. You should follow the recommendations of your veterinarian prior to giving the preventive product. 2. Keep Your Home & Yard Mosquito Free It may not be top of mind, but mosquitos can also be a threat in and around your own...

Is Ice Cream OK for my Dog?

With the summer approaching fast and bring in the heat, the local ice cream shop becomes the your favorite hang out. You might be wondering if it’s okay to buy your dog their own scoop.Ice cream isn’t a healthy snack  for dogs. While the occasional small amount of vanilla ice cream probably won’t send your dog to the vet, ice cream shouldn’t be a regular treat for your dog. Most adult dogs can really handle lactose. This inability to deal with dairy can lead to bloating, gas, diarrhea, and vomiting. In most cases, your dog will probably just be a bit gassy.Dogs...

It is OK for the Dog and Cat to share your Ice Cream?

Ice Cream, you scream we all bark or meow for ice cream!  Lets face it we like to think our furkids deserve the saI lean more towards no.me treats we give ourselves.  Many online articles say that a lick or to is just fine, but not a whole bowl of their own.  Many dogs and cats are lactose intolerant and that small ice cream cup can be big potty trouble later.  If you most share (because those sad eyes are to irresistible), for the first time give them a small scoop and see how they react.  Also be...