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    Behind the Label: Why We Stock Certain Brands of Pet Food

    Before we even opened our doors, we began putting a lot of thought and research into the food products we wanted to stock in our store. The food your pet eats is not only vital to their health, but it’s something they should look forward to eating as well! Here are the things we looked for on the ingredient label when deciding what brands to stock in store:

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    Voluntary Recall on Single Lot of Stella and Chewy’s Chicken Patties

    If you keep yourself updated in the doggie world, it may be a little frightening to know how many recalls are made on food for our favorite four-legged family members.

    In the most recent news, there has been a recall for a single lot of Stella and Chewy’s Chicken Freeze-Dried Dinner Patties for Dogs, 15 oz. bags, due to a detection of Listeria monocytogenes. There were no reported pet or human illnesses associated with this recall, however the company is voluntarily recalling all products from the lot (#111-15).

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    Must-Have Products to Enjoy the Summer with Your Dog

    Despite the overcast skies and miles of construction, no bad weather or traffic conditions can stop us from taking our dogs on walks around town or on fun adventures on the boat! But with the temperatures rising and the bugs out in full force, it's not only important to keep ourselves protected but important to keep our pups protected as well.

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    GPS Fashion Show Adds Dogs to the Mix

    It was a big day for everyone for who participated in the Grosse Pointe South Mothers’ Club Spring Luncheon and Fashion Show.

    For the first time ever, the fashion show featured not only high school students and human clothing, but four-legged friends and their clothing as well! Four “doggy models” walked the runway in Spring’s newest fashions.

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    City Bark in Grosse Pointe Wants to Be the Farmer's Market of Pet Stores

    October 24, 2014 - "Jamie Judson has tapped into her love of animals and her hometown of Grosse Pointe by opening a new pet store in the Village shopping district on Kercheval Avenue.

    City Bark opened Oct. 10 at 17027 Kercheval in a 1,600-square-foot space advertised with a stylized metallic sign that is easily one of the most creative and eye-catching in the area.

    Judson says the best way to describe her vision for City Bark is a farmer's market of pet shops, where the selection is always fresh and changing. It is the opposite of big chains and more comfortable than high-end boutiques."

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