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    { Meet Panda }

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UPCOMING SALES

Tuesday 01/27

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    UPCOMING SALES

    Sporty Themed Box

    sale starts:  01/27

    Sporty Themed Box

    Sporty Themed Box

    Go team, go!

    TOUCHDOWN! What's better than sitting in front of the big screen, feet up on the coffee table, watching the game? We're not too sure, but if your pet enjoys this as much as you, then this mystery goodie is for you! We love all things sports (ok, as chicks we really love the cute outfits and players in tight uniforms, shhh.) The same love for basics applies to our furry friends. From toys to accessories, we're always on the look out for the finest active products on the market for fur babies. We decided to make your life that much simpler. Give him or her a great surprise to show off their sporty pride. The Sporty Themed Box is the perfect gift for your active four-legged friend. Birthday or just because, this exclusive box will have your pet(s) wagging for more! (You can take all the credit, we don't mind).

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    { Two Cent Tuesdays }

    sale starts:  01/27

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    Winter Dog Paw Care Tips

    Two Cent Tuesdays

    WInter is fast approaching here on the East Coast. Before we know it, the streets and leaf-less trees will be covered with white snow. Regardless of season, we continue to take our pets for walks outside of course. It's important to be mindful that winter can be a tough time for your dog's paws. Therefore, we've turned to our go-to source, Dogster, for winter paw care tips. Thanks for the advice, Dogster! #woof





    How to Prevent Paw Pad Injury:

    Keep Away From Salt: Prolonged contact with salt used to melt away snow can lead to chemical burns and/or ingestion from licking of the paws.
    Pay Close Attention to Ice Balls: Ice balls which form between the pads and toes of hairy-footed dog can be avoided by keeping the inter-pad hair trimmed neatly and short during the winter months.
    Be Mindful of Frostbite and Hypothermia: Take shorter walks than you normally would during the summer months.
    Drying and Cracking of Paws: Like humans, the dry winter air can dry out doggie paws. Gently apply a thin layer of bag balm on the paws to prevent paws from cracking.

    Check out the full article, which includes a list of products to help prevent dog paw pad injury, { here }

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    UPCOMING SALES

    { Meet Kobe }

    sale starts:  01/27

    { Meet Kobe }

    Kobe, Corgi, Age 1

    Meet Our Friends As Told By Betty N.

    "Kobe is a one year old male Corgi. Kobe's favorite not so secret hiding spot is under the bed. Kobe thinks that no one can see his back legs sticking out

    Kobe never eats breakfast, instead he throws around his kibbles in the living room for 10 minutes every morning and then waits for his walk. Kobe loves being vacuumed, I discovered this by accident while vacuuming the couch.

    Kobe's last meal option would be chocolate or any dessert. He would steal a cookie off the table over a steak. Everyone should beware that Kobe steals socks!"

  • { Meet Kobe }

Wednesday 01/28

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    UPCOMING SALES

    Bird Treasure

    sale starts:  01/28

    Bird Treasure

    Mystery Bird Treasure

    Because We Love to Spoil Our
    Birds Too

    Love surprises? We do and so do our feathered friends! We've made shopping for your bird fun and mysterious! We won't tell you what is going to be in the mystery loot, that would ruin the surprise of course!

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    UPCOMING SALES

    { What The Art Wednesdays }

    sale starts:  01/28

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    McGraw Photography

    What The Art Wednesdays

    Ten fun facts about Sarah McGraw

    One. Been a Vegan for eight years
    Two. Loves ALL animals...except spiders :/
    Three. Celebrity crush is Josh Holloway
    Four. Doesn't know how to cook
    Five. Lived in six different states
    Six. Hates cold weather
    Seven. Favorite colors are grey and green
    Eight. Wants to visit all the National parks (she's been to 26 our of 58)
    Nine. Knows all the State Capitals
    Ten. Chooses beer over wine

    Sarah McGraw, Charlotte-based photographer, has been obsessed with animals since she was born. Her love for her job is evident via the love for her pets. She is the proud mama of two dogs, Eva and Sadie, and 2 cats, Teton and Little Kitty. When she's not photographing pets, she donates her time photographing canine events for the American Cancer Society, adoptable dogs for the Humane Society of Charlotte and fundraisers for local rescues. (um, can we say saint?)


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    UPCOMING SALES

    { Meet Udon & Ramen }

    sale starts:  01/28

    { Meet Udon & Ramen }

    Udon & Ramen, Hasa Apso & Miniature Poodle, Age 2

    Meet Our Friends As Told By Amy F.

    "Udon and Ramen were rescued as a bonded pair. These brothers are totally inseparable - if one leaves the room for whatever reason, the other will wait by the door for as long as it takes for his brother to return!

    Udon is the larger of the two and has a brown coloured nose. Although Ramen is the smaller pup, he is the dominant one. He has a black coloured nose.

    Indoors, the boys are the quietest, sweetest, most cuddly dogs you have ever met. We live in a condo with paper-thin walls and our neighbours didn't even know we adopted them until they saw them with their own eyes! Outdoors, Udon and Ramen have boundless energy. They love play wrestling with each other in the dog park. They also love getting their white coats dirty by rolling around in the mud!

    Originally from California, now living in Canada, they shiver when it's cold outside. They love posing in their cozy clothing and running around to stay warm. They're still getting used to wearing shoes, but it definitely helps to keep the frost off their feet.

    We consider ourselves so lucky to have been able to adopt Udon and Ramen. They have made our family complete. In many ways, they have rescued us."


  • { Meet Udon & Ramen }

Thursday 01/29