It might be in the 60s in Virginia, but the Almanac says to watch for late February-early March snow and ice. Come in now for 20% OFF DOG WEAR, including Foggy Mountain, Pendleton, Teckle dog coats or Chilly Dog and Fab Dog woolen sweaters. Be prepared!
Winter is officially here. Make sure you’re prepared with Safe Paw Ice Melt for slippery icy walkways at your home. Try our Musher’s Secret Paw Conditioner, to keep their pads soft and nourished and protected from ice melt chemicals on the roads. We are stocked with warm sweaters, waterproof coats and all weather gear. And for those cold nights, they’ll love our Cozy Cave fleeces and warm Pendleton beds. Don’t wait until Old Man Winter sends our first blizzard, come see us today!
Join us Saturday, December 3 and Sunday, December 4 for the most fun holiday party for dogs and cats! REGISTER TO WIN a $500 Gift Certificate. Take home a FREE GOODY BAG filled with yummy treats and surprises. Enjoy holiday cheer and refreshments while you’re shopping for “SANTA SALE SPECIALS” all over the store. PET & FAMILY PHOTOS by photographer, Theresa N. White will be available Saturday only, sittings by reservation.
We’ll be hosting photographer, Theresa N. White at our store on Saturday, December 3 and Sunday, December 4 — bring your dogs, cats, kids… the whole family for holiday fun! The sitting fee is $25 and 20% goes to benefit Caring For Creatures pet rescue in Palmyra, Virginia! Photos will be available online so you can quickly order your own prints, postcards and gifts from your digital files. Theresa will have a big variety of holiday, winter and traditional backdrops, accessories, props on hand and her creative eye will help make your photographic memories a cherished gift. To reserve your sitting appointment, please call the store. Don’t wait, spaces are limited and will fill quickly.
We’d like to thank the Charlottesville pet community for your many years of loyal support. So join us for a day of fun and special surprises! We’ll have FREE TREATS, GOODY BAGS and REFRESHMENTS for all our friends. REGISTER TO WIN $100 GIFT CARD. Visit with our SPECIAL GUESTS from 1 – 4 pm…. Pet Portrait Illustrator, Jennet Inglis… Pet Photographer, Theresa White… Animal Communicator and Author, Rosalyn Berne. And a very special presentation by Mary Birkholz, founder of Caring for Creatures about how to adopt a rescue pet into your family. You’ll also be able to visit with friendly CFC pets who are looking for good homes. Please don’t miss this special celebration!
Meet local pet businesses – visit with area pet lovers – or take home a rescue pet! Costume Contest begins at 2pm. with prizes for dogs, kids, theme and rescue groups. Free treats, goodie bags, raffle baskets, pet photos. Refreshments available. Sponsored by Animal Connection, Rovers Recess, Pampered Pets, Autumn Trails Veterinary Center, Canine Adventures and Old Dominion Animal Hospital (plus 20 more pet friendly vendors) Note: all dogs must be on a leash and good with other dogs. If weather related decisions are necessary, please check our Facebook page for updates.
Due to popular request, we’re extending our hours! Beginning September 6th, our new hours will be: WEEKDAYS from 10 am – 6 pm. SATURDAY from 9 am – 4 pm and introducing SUNDAY AFTERNOONS from 1 – 4 pm! We hope this new schedule will give everyone the shopping opportunity they’re looking for. But, as always, if you have special needs that don’t fit the schedule, please contact us and we’ll try to help. We’re going to do some special events on Sunday afternoons this fall, so stay tuned to our Facebook page and this web site for all the scoop.
Your pet’s “seasonal inner clock” starts changing when the days get shorter, not necessarily when the temperature changes. Already now, they are “blowing coat” — shedding the old coat to get ready for winter coat growth. These variable temperature months can be tough for pets, so make sure they get some extra care! Now’s the time to book your fall grooming appointment, which includes our special de-shedding treatment, smoothing those rough paws and elbows and making sure those nails are properly trimmed and ground for more time indoors. Fleas and ticks will still be a problem until the first frost, so check their skin frequently. Fall is also the time to make some changes in your pet’s diet and begin choosing “transitional proteins” before the cooler weather begins. September 21 marks a big food energy shift, so come see us and let us help you make adjustments to the meats and vegetables your pet should be eating.
Can you believe we’ve been helping pets become healthier for 15 years? Well, tails will be wagging all over C’ville for our 15th Anniversary Celebration! It all begins October 23 with a special store event every day and ending with our popular Dog Fest & Halloween Costume Contest on October 30 at Darden Towe Park. We’ll have special seminars, guests, specials and lots of fun for dog and cat owners. Watch our Facebook page and this web page for more information, but make plans to attend our week of fun for all.