Posted in Bloggies on December 12, 2012 by Emily West
Looking to get your pet's picture taken with Santa? Look no further! Here is a list of places and times you can find the big guy in the red suit that is ready for some fur-friendly portraits:
Dec. 13 5:30 - 8:30 CHA PetPeople 6415 Perimeter Dr. Dublin
Dec. 15 11:00 - 3:00 Cozy Cat Cottage Mutts & Co. 5125 Hampstead Village Dr. New Albany
Dec. 15 10:00 - 4:00 Central Ohio Greyhound Petco Westerville
Dec. 15 11:00 - 3:00 CHA PetPeople 4010 Powell Rd. Powell
Dec. 15 11:00 - 4:00 Colony Cats (&dogs) PetSmart Rome-Hilliard Rd. Hilliard
Dec. 15 11:00 - 4:00 Hand Me Down Dobes PetSmart Hilliard
Dec. 15 11:00 - 4:00 New Beginnings PetSmart Grove City
Dec. 16 11:00 - 4:00 New Beginnings PetSmart Grove City
Dec. 16 10:00 - 4:00 Central Ohio Greyhound Petco Westerville
Dec. 16 11:00 - 3:00 Cozy Cat Cottage Mutts & Co. 5125 Hampstead Village Dr. New Albany
Dec. 16 11:00 - 3:00 Cat Welfare Petco 5030 North High St. across from Graceland
Dec. 16 2:00 - 5:00 Powell Animal Welfare Society Mutts & Co. Dublin
Dec. 16 11:00 - 4:00 Colony Cats (&dogs) PetSmart Rome-Hilliard Rd. Hilliard
A big thank you to Pet Butler of Central Ohio the information!
Posted in Bloggies on November 23, 2012 by Emily West
Hey all you crazy Black Friday shoppers! Our office will not be open today; HOWEVER, if you e-mail us by 11:59pm we will take $75 off a full installation of a DogWatch Performance Series system OR $25 off an indoor unit (perfect for around the tree and Christmas presents). E-mail us at
that you saw this post and we'll contact you on Monday to set up the install or confirm delivery of your indoor unit. Happy Shopping:0)!
Posted in Bloggies on October 07, 2012 by Emily West
Bring the whole family, including those with four legs, out to Fido Fest in the Worthington Village Green today from 12-5. Mention you saw this post at our booth and get a free gift from Steve or Pat. The day's events can be seen above.
See how much fun we had last year...
We hope to see you there!
Posted in Bloggies on January 19, 2012 by Emily West
We are very pleased to announce that we have won the Angie's List Super Service Award for the 3rd year in a row! This prestigious award is bestowed to only about 5% of all companies on Angie's List, so we must be doing something right;0)! If you are a current customer and a member of Angie's List, we welcome you to give us a review - it's never to early to start working on next year's award, right?
Remember we offer free in-yard, no obligation estimates. Give us a call at 614-527-3799 or fill out our contact form today.
Posted in Bloggies on December 22, 2011 by Emily West
Some may find this blog article totally outrageous, but you know you've been in this situation. You are sitting around your family or friend's Christmas exchange and someone gives the family dog a gift. You feel like an idiot because the thought didn't even cross your mind. I know I've been guilty of it and I love our little pup and all the family pups for that matter.
So we thought we could outline a few possibilities of when it might be appropriate, even expected to, well, "give the dog a bone" if you will.
- A newly adopted dog is a new and exciting addition to the family. Support their adoption choice by bringing a gift.
- If the dog will be in attendance, it's nice to know you thought of the pup and bring a toy or treat for them too.
- If your guests consider their pets their "fur-children", if you will, most definitely bring a gift.
- If your guests have gone to trouble NOT to bring their dog to the festivities, it's also a nice time to remember the poor pup left behind.
And there are other times that it is definitely okay not to bring a gift for the four-legged family members
- If the dog is not in attendance.
- If the owners do not expect, in the least, a gift for their pup.
- If it has been discussed in advance that pooch presents will not be exchanged (my sister and I had this conversation today).
- If doggy gifts have never been exchanged before.
And if you do decide to wrap up a special something for Fido, here are a few ideas (some of which may also double as a gfit for their owner) besides the standard bag of treats or a toy:
If you need more ideas, just give us a call as we're happy to help!
Please also keep in mind that it's never a good idea to give a dog as a gift. Getting a dog is a very personal decision and commitment - it's a choice that should be made only by the potential owner and no one else.
Family tradition may dictate your answer here as well. Although this post may seem silly to some, others may find it helpful for the dog lovers in their life. Think of the two-legged owners and that may also dictate the correct answer. And if in doubt, grab a bag of treats, a toy, or a butcher's bone as you leave the grocery store. It's an awkward feeling showing up to a party without a gift, even if the expected recipient would only drool on it anyway. At the very least, give your dog an extra bit of snuggle time and be thankful for the love and support your fur-kids give you.
We hope you a safe and enjoyable Holiday season.