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Thursday, June 30, 2016

Happy 4th of July!

Happy 4th of July!

Join us this 4th for PUPPY KISSES & MUCH MORE! 

At our Naples Location from 10am to 1pm, we will be partnering with the French Bulldog Rescue Network! They will have a Kissing Booth set up in front of our shop, $1 per smooch. All proceeds from the kissing booth will be donated to FBRN. We will be donating 10% of our proceeds to FBRN as well! 

Lola the Terrible will be at this event! So stop by, say Hi, and get some kisses! 


At our Jupiter Location, Harbourside Place will be having an All American Block Party! This will be held Monday, July 4th at 2pm! There will be tons of festivities such as the following: 
- Live music
- Bounce Houses
- Dunk Tank 
- Water Flying Performances 
- Potato Sack Races
- PBC Interactive Firetruck 
- A FREE Shuttle from Abacoa to Harbouside 
- And  More! 

Let Freedom Ring & Enjoy 20% our online store July 2-4! Use the code located on our flyer below to redeem the 20% off. 


Keep your Pooches safe this 4th of July! 

Fireworks season can be a time of anxiety for our pets. Without understanding these noises, animals become scared, frantic, and can even run away if not kept safely indoors. According to national statistics, Animal Control Services see a 30% increase in lost pets around the summer fireworks season, so it is vitally important to ensure your dog feels safe and secure during fireworks.
So what does stress look like in our four-legged friends?
Here are just some of the signs that your dog could be stressed, although different dogs will present anxiety in different ways.
  • Panting
  • Pinned Ears
  • Avoidance
  • Low tail carriage
  • Excessive vocalization
  • Restlessness or Pacing
  • Refusal of food
  • Scratching and over-grooming
And here’s how you can reduce your dog’s anxiety during firework season
  • Keep your dog inside with all doors and windows closed
  • Avoid leaving your dog alone when firework displays are going off outside
  • Set up a ‘safe’ area: a bed or crate with familiar smells, sounds, and toys
  • Take your dog on a long walk during the day so they are more inclined to rest during the evening
  • Put the television on or play music to create a distraction
  • Use a natural calmer such as Pet Remedy to reduce anxiety and stress
  • Stay calm yourself! Act normally and give lots of praise for calm behavior