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Updated December 2021 hours!

Updated December 2021 hours!

We have updated our holiday hours to allow more time for gift-shopping and grooming!

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday hours have been extended to 10 AM- 6PM.

Friday (10AM-5PM) and Saturday (10AM-4PM) hours remain the same.

The photo above depicts our planned calendar for the month.

We look forward to seeing you this December!

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Are you giving your dogs this popular supplement?

Are you giving your dogs this popular supplement?

Fish oil is one of the top recommended additive for your dog’s meals. Are you adding this to your pup's dish?

Fish oil contains omega-3 fatty acids, which is an essential fat that is good for both your dog’s body and brain!  Much like us humans, dogs can’t produce their own omega-3’s, so they have to be able to eat this in their meals.

Fish oil helps your dog’s skin and coat to reduce itchy and flakey skin.  It can also relieve allergies and joint pain.

Looking to boost your dog’s nutrition with some omega-3 packed fish oil?  We carry and recommend NaturVet Salmon Oil for Skin & Coat for Dogs & Cats to get you started!  It's recommended to give them this supplement in their meals, dosing it depending on your dog's weight and food sensitivity.

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What Thanksgiving leftovers can your dog safely eat?

What Thanksgiving leftovers can your dog safely eat?

With Thanksgiving around the corner, Fido will be eyeing everyone’s leftovers.  Which foods can and can’t you share with your dog?

Did you know, Thanksgiving coincides with a rise of vet visits during that weekend?  Many people are not aware of the foods that are not safe for dogs!  One might think turkey bones are a great way to include your dog in festivities; but they actually are quite dangerous for their digestion.

Here's a list of safe and unsafe foods for your dog:


  • Sweet potatoes with (no added ingredients!)
  • Cooked potatoes (with no added butter, salt, sour cream, or pepper)
  • Apples
  • Turkey meat (no bones or skin!)
  • Pumpkin


  • Stuffing
  • Turkey bones or skin
  • Chocolate
  • Raisins or grapes
  • Ham
  • Mashed potatoes
  • Foods containing spices

Keep this list handy for this Thanksgiving!  Keep your dog safe by remembering what’s okay for him to eat. 

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Do you use natural products for grooming your dog?

Do you use natural products for grooming your dog?

Many people wonder if natural grooming products make a difference compared to other products that include chemicals.  The short answer is: yes!  

Unfortunately, lots of shampoos contain chemicals that cause your dog discomfort through irritation and itching due to the harsh chemicals that have scent and cause lather.  When you choose all-natural dog shampoos, you can avoid discomfort for your dog.  You want your dog to feel nice and clean after a bath, not irritated or itchy!

Another point is natural ingredients sometimes hold more usefulness than chemical counterparts!  Some natural essential oils can have many different uses, such as natural insect repellent or even anti-inflammatory properties!

Finally, many natural dog shampoos are eco-friendly, coming from sustainable sources.  In order for a shampoo to be considered natural, make sure to avoid these ingredients in your dog's shampoo:

  • dyes or colorants
  • parabens
  • added fragrances that aren't essential oils
  • Sodium laureth sulfate
  • Mineral oil
By using natural ingredient-based dog shampoos, you help not only your pet, but the earth!  

We carry and recommend Skouts Honor Probiotic Shampoo and Conditioner, an all-natural and eco-friendly option for your dog.  Check it out on our website, as well as other all-natural grooming products!
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