Today's Sales 10/31

  11/3

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    Kyjen

    Kyjen
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    { Stuff Yo Face Fridays }

    { Stuff Yo Face Fridays }
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    { Meet Freddie }

    { Meet Freddie }

Sale ends in 2 days

  11/2

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    Sunny Side Design

    Sunny Side Design
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    { Top Twelve Thursdays }

    { Top Twelve Thursdays }
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    { Meet Kobe }

    { Meet Kobe }

Sale ends in 1 day

  11/1

  • Metropawlitan Art

     
    Metropawlitan Art
  • { What The Art Wednesdays }

     
    { What The Art Wednesdays }
  • { Meet Rasmus }

     
    { Meet Rasmus }

UPCOMING SALES

Monday 11/3

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    UPCOMING SALES

    Sporty Themed Box

    sale starts:  11/3

    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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    UPCOMING SALES

    { Adopt Me Mondays }

    sale starts:  11/3

    { Adopt Me Mondays }

    Kobe

    Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie

    Staten Island, NY

    About Kobe
    Senior
    Male
    Small
    House trained
    Neutered
    Special needs
    Shots current



    This spunky senior just needs a place to be loved for the rest of his life. He is in good health, but does need daily eye drops. Being an only dog would be ideal. He loves to go outside and prefers a yard but it is not a requirement. He is the perfect companion for his perfect human. Please no cats.

    Kobe can be adopted through Louie's Legacy Animal Rescue.


    All images and content via © www.petfinder.com

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    UPCOMING SALES

    { Meet Dexter }

    sale starts:  11/3

    { Meet Dexter }

    Dexter, Westie, Age 1

    Meet Our Friends As Told By Chantel B.

    "Since the day I picked up Dexter last May as a 9-week-old pup he has been my constant shadow and companion. He is such a happy puppy with a bold personality, making it nearly impossible to be in a bad mood around him. Whether he's been waiting for you at home for two hours or ten minutes, you will be greeted with pure joy and then usually a little puddle to clean up because he gets too excited. Dexter is the picture perfect definition of unconditional love.

    My mom has a Westie, Wilson, who we all love so much, which is the reason I wanted one of my own. Wilson and Dexter were immediately best friends, and although now they only get to see each other every couple weeks while I'm at college, when they are reunited they pick up right where they left off, and the playtime never ends. They're a pretty cute pair!

    Dexter has a weird obsession with the windshield wipers. At first it was cute and we laughed at him barking and spapping as they went back and forth on a rainy day. However now every time we get in the car the first thing he does is jump up onto the dash to try and get a piece of the wipers. He's a smart one.

    Dexter loves bones and rawhides but you can't give him one unless you are prepared to find them buried in your bed sheets and couch cushions. He nudges blankets and pretend-dirt over the bones thinking no one can see them.

    Dexter's dream is to be the model for the Cesar dog food, he loves to pose for the camera. His favorite snacks are apples and bananas, and he has perfected his puppy eyes and charm to guarantee that someone shares with him. He hates being alone so he gets to come along on every errand and road trip. Sometimes he even gets to come inside, the clerks at Walmart know him well!"



  • { Meet Dexter }

Tuesday 11/4

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    UPCOMING SALES

    Time To Take A Nap

    sale starts:  11/4

    Time To Take A Nap

    Mystery Pet Bed

    Time For a Nap

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

  • Time To Take A Nap
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    UPCOMING SALES

    { Two Cent Tuesdays }

    sale starts:  11/4

    { Two Cent Tuesdays }

    Going Green, Herb life

    Two Cent Tuesdays

    Herbs are a part of nature that can be known to grow right in your backyard. Who knew that herbs are canine cancer-fighting, breath-freshening, stomach-soothing herbs that are safe for dogs?! Even though fall is here and winter is around the corner (or maybe you don't have access or room for a small house garden there are other remedies), grow herbs indoor this winter!

    Some tips:
    - You will eat better
    - You will save money
    - Fresh ingredients for you and your canine
    - An herb garden adds an attractive, economic aspect to the kitchen

    More tips on how to grow herbs indoors this winter via Better Homes and Gardens

    Oregano - Not just for pizza, oregano is high in antioxidants and flavonoids and is reported as an antimicrobial. {For the non biologists out there} that's term for a drug used to treat a microbial infection. This non-toxic herb has been used to help with digestive problems, diarrhea, and gas. Research using the oil of Oregano has also shown anti fungal properties. The oil is more concentrated, so you want to keep the dosage small. (15 & 30 ml) With the oil of Oregano it is resourceful and can be used and found in forms of ear drops, first aid gel, bed & body spray, shampoo therapy, toothpaste, dental spray and dental treats.
    {Source: Modern Dog and OregaPet}

    Rosemary - This good-for-dogs herb is high in iron, calcium, and Vitamin B6. It has also been shown to act as a antioxidant {again for the non biologists, that is term for a man-made natural substances that may prevent or delay some types of cell damage}. FYI even though this is high in iron it is not to take the place of an iron supplement if one is needed! Along with Oregano, Rosemary is one of the best herbs to grow indoors.

    Peppermint - Mhmm, this herb historically has been used to help soothe upset stomaches, reduce gas, nausea, and help with travel sickness. In addition, research is being done which shows that it may have radioprotective effects and can be used to reduce radiation-induced sickness and mortality in animals undergoing chemotherapy. BUT there is no reported toxicity for dogs although very high doses may result in liver or kidney problems. #BeAware

    Basil - This leafy herb, well-known for its delicious role in pesto, has antioxidant, antiviral, and antimicrobial properties. The next time you’re cooking with fresh basil, sprinkle a pinch of the chopped herb on top of your dog’s dinner. (They'll thank you later).

    Parsley - Another leafy herb commonly seen as a garnish on our plates is a source of flavonoids, antioxidants, and vitamins. It is often added to dog treats as a breath freshener or used to soothe the stomach. FYI very important to know, “Spring parsley,” a member of the carrot family that resembles parsley is TOXIC to dogs and cats due to high levels of furanocoumerin which can cause photosensitisation and ocular toxicity.

    Now if you're wondering...How do I prepare this?
    Use fresh or dried, adding a small sprinkle (a pinch for small dogs, a teaspoon for large dogs) of these herbs to your dog’s food is a safe way to give them a little boost in nutrition. You can also use them to make your favorite dog treat recipe a bit healthier and more flavorful. These help the body’s immune system combat some of the diseases commonly associated with aging- including canine cognitive dysfunction, cancer, and reduced immune function. As noted, however, there are potential downsides and they should be used with care. #BeAware
    It is best to work in conjunction with your dog’s health care professional. Sometimes the monitoring of a dog’s blood work is necessary to ensure continued safe use. For maximum efficacy, make sure the herbs and spices you use are not old. If the spices have been languishing in your cupboard for years, toss them out and replace them; their health-affirming properties will be diminished if they’ve been sticking around for a while.

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    UPCOMING SALES

    { Meet Nickson }

    sale starts:  11/4

    { Meet Nickson }

    Nickson, Miniature Schnauzer, Age 1

    Meet Our Friends As Told By Baiba

    Nickson is a cute Miniature Schnauzer that traveled hundreds of miles from Germany to be with me. From a little age I noticed that Nickson is a serious dude with an attitude. While he’s very friendly and loving dog, he sure likes things to be his way and no other. For instance, he doesn’t like to give kisses on public - whenever I try to kiss him, he pushes me away with an expression that can only mean: “Mother please! Don’t kiss me on public!”.

    Nickson’s birth name is Jazz Singer. Little did I know, he was in fact a singer but not the type of singer my neighbors would appreciate, it turned out that Nickson loves to irritate our neighbors by howling while I’m gone.

    Nickson is very life-loving, full of energy, funky little dude that could spend hours playing with other dogs and never get tired. He is best known for his “moonwalk” – since we don’t have any carpets at home, it was pretty slippery for Nickson to move around the house; until one day he started walking backwards, getting into bed – backwards, moving from kitchen to living room – backwards etc. Every day with him is fun and unique, a special little circus show just for me and my family, my own little Michael Jackson’s dog version. Lately I’ve been planning to get another dog and I’m slightly curious if he is going to teach his sibling to copy his unique moonwalk! He is my little weirdo, all his quirks make him unique, and I love him dearly!



  • { Meet Nickson }

Wednesday 11/5

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    UPCOMING SALES

    Mystery Bark Bag

    sale starts:  11/5

    Mystery Bark Bag

    Mystery Bark Bag

    The Summer Edition

    Summer.
    The summer season means we say goodbye to hot, hot soup and hello to ice cold Froyo! Put away the cashmere and bring out the flip flops. Of course, we incorporate our pups in everything we do. Thus, we're welcoming summer with a special bag just for our furry friends. This goodie bag will asbolutely have your pooch wagging for more (hopefully not late night barking for more)!

    Disclaimer: This bark bag is Emma tested. Dog mama approved. :)

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    UPCOMING SALES

    { What The Art Wednesdays }

    sale starts:  11/5

    { What The Art Wednesdays }

    Diana Lundin

    What The Art Wednesday

    Los Angeles, California

    A lil about Diana
    I am currently owned by three cats — two black beauties and a magnificent Siamese. I have had the privilege and the pleasure of spending many years with many animals... (and she means many!)

    Graystripes, who came to live with me after my neighbor was arrested and she had no where to go. We moved many times together and the best part was when I finally owned a house and she claimed dominion over the back yard and never had to move again.


    Diablo and Sundance, the two black dogs, one a curly-haired cockapoo and the other a black lab mix.

    Typo, the sweetest ray of sunshine you’d ever want to meet.

    Snickers, my deeply disturbed but stunningly beautiful tortoiseshell tabby who remained afraid of everything all of her 13 years on this planet. And the strays that wandered in to the yard in 2000, refugees from a man who fed cats but never had them spayed or neutered. They are Junior, my beloved, her sister Slinky, and Pad Thai, the kind of nutty but gorgeous Siamese.


    © 2013 Diana Lundin

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    UPCOMING SALES

    { Meet Berta }

    sale starts:  11/5

    { Meet Berta }

    Berta, Domestic Short Hair Cat, Age 4

    Meet Our Friends As Told By Amy B.

    "Berta’s original name was 'Bert,' until we found out she was a female. At one day old she was found in a back yard in Pennsylvania.

    When she was growing up she was quite ferocious, attacking her human mom constantly, but over time she has grown into a sweet princess. If there is a box lying around the house (big or small), you will find Berta taking up residence in it and defending it against other cats. She also has an obsession with soft blankets (kneads on them) and plastic bags (she licks them for hours).

    Berta’s greatest accomplishments are her daily sock “killings.” She goes into the laundry and brings individual socks up from the basement, lets out a series of “MEOWWWWS” and drops her prey for her owners to see.

    Berta would win a contest for the most nicknames for a cat: ChickeeBert, Bertskeets, Missy Troubles, Bertstink, Berdie, The Skeets, The Worm, and The Sock Murderer."

  • { Meet Berta }