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Neighbor Appreciation Block Party

partyCatsSaturday, June 18th
9am-5pm

Pet Supplies Plus – White Lake
8020 Cooley Lake Rd

Fun for the whole family!

Brought to you by Pet Supplies Plus and Great Lakes Ace

  • Free BBQ lunch from 11am – 5pm
  • Games including: Bounce house, Dunk tank and more
  • Exotic animals from Turtle Creek Farm
  • Free pet nail trims by Spot On Pet Grooming
  • Caricature artist and face painting
  • Ping pong goldfish challenge
  • Raffle prizes
  • Delicious snacks

Save 15% on everything in the store PLUS we will pay your sales tax!

Excludes items currently on sale cannot be combined with any other in-store offers.


Pet Supplies Plus – White Lake
8020 Cooley Lake Rd.

248.360.1400
Mon-Sat: 9am to 9pm • Sun: 10am to 6pm

Get your pet’s picture taken with Santa & Mrs. Clause at all 3 of my stores

Dog and cat in red Christmas hat

Maybe they are wishing for a new doggie bone – or mounds of catnip. Who knows what your pets are dreaming of under the Christmas tree – but they will have a chance to share it all with Santa at our Christmas open houses!   (See schedule below!)

So get on your dog’s or cat’s holiday best for a photo with Santa and Mrs. Claus.  For a $10 donation, you can get your pet’s Santa pictures on a thumb drive or you can choose one photo print for a $5 donation. All donations go to Cat Tail Acres Sanctuary in Armada, Elizabeth Lake Animal Rescue in Waterford and Semper Fidelis Pet Rescue in Clarkston.

Christmas open houses are being planned on these dates at these Pet Supplies Plus locations:

Saturday, December 12 –  Noon to 4 p.m.,  6845 Highland Rd. in White Lake Twp.

Friday, December 18 – 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., 8020 Cooley Lake Rd. in White Lake Twp.

Saturday, December 19  – Noon to 4 p.m., 2057 Telegraph Rd. in Bloomfield Twp.

We hope to see you there!

Keep your pet away from common Halloween hazards

Halloween – like any holiday – includes its share of potential hazards for pets.

317 close up of halloween candiesOur Scary Tails Trick-or-Treat offers a safe environment for celebrating Halloween with your pet.  Plus your pet will get his or her own treats so they may not be as tempted to try to get into the human treats!   So we are excited about offering this for the first time this year.  See my blog, “I want to be scared,” for store locations, and event dates and times.

The last thing anyone wants to do is spend Halloween at the pet emergency hospital!   With planning and preparation, you can prevent an emergency and make sure that your pet is safe this holiday.

Keep pets safe in the house.

Pets left outside can become frightened by holiday noises and crowds.  They can also be subject to some pretty scary Halloween pranks and rituals.  So be sure to keep pets inside.  Also be mindful of pets who might bolt out the door when you open it for trick-or-treaters.  I have to be mindful of my cats – and often put them in another room with the door closed.  I give them treats, a litter box  and some toys.  It’s only for a few hours and I would rather that they be safe than risk one of them getting out.

Use pet-safe decorations.

Pets can knock over decorations and chew or swallow removable parts.  When decorating for Halloween – and other seasons:

  • Avoid using lit candles and instead opt for battery operated ones.
  • Never place strings of electric lights near the floor where pets can become entangled. In addition, never leave holiday lights on when no one is home since they pose a fire risk, especially if wires get chewed or frayed.
  • Do not  leave glow sticks and fake blood in pet’s reach as the contents can be toxic.
  • Only hang fake cobwebs up high where pets cannot reach them as they can cause choking or entangle pets.
  • Remove small decorations or any with removable pieces that could become choking hazards.

Keep human treats  away from pets.

Some human treats – in particular, candies containing chocolate or the artificial sweetener, xlitol –can be toxic – and potentially fatal –to pets.  Follow these precautions:

  • Make sure all Halloween candy is stored up and away from pets.
  • Allow children to only have candy with adult supervision so that you can make sure candy doesn’t get shared with pets.
  • Keep the following phone numbers handy:
  • Your pet’s veterinarian
  • The closest animal emergency hospital
  • The 24-hour ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center hotline: 888-426-4435. (charges a fee of $65 per call.)

If you suspect your pet has eaten candy IMMEDIATELY call your veterinarian, emergency hospital or Poison Control Center.

For more tips on having a pet-safe Halloween, go to:

http://www.humanesociety.org/animals/resources/tips/halloween-safety.html?referrer=https://www.google.com/

I don’t see any fur standing – but these Halloween photos look pretty scary! Get your pet’s picture taken at my stores on Oct. 30 & 31, 2015

halloween dog - cocker spaniel wearing bat wings sitting beside tomb stone on white background

Come in to any one of my three stores – in Bloomfield Hills and White Lake – for our haunted photo set with a real-life Frankenstein and other ghouls. A $5 donation will get you a photo of your pet; a $10 donation will get you a flash drive with multiple photos.  All donations go to Elizabeth Lake Animal Rescue of Waterford and Cat Tail Acres Sanctuary of Armada.

Dates, times and locations for HALLOWEEN PHOTOS are:

  • Bloomfield Hills at 2057 S. Telegraph, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday October 31.
  • White Lake at 6845 Highland Rd., 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Friday, October 30.
  • White Lake at 8020 Cooley Lake Rd. , 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, October 31.

two cats in costume for a masquerade. isolated on white backgrou

Also join us for Scary Tails Trick-or-Treat for pets — AT MY BLOOMFIELD STORE ONLY – October 31 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. —  where pets can go “begging” to pick up special foods and treats for cats, dogs and other pets.  See more in my blog, “I want to be scared.”

So I’m sure that Fluffy and Fido will be “dressed to the nines” to meet Frankenstein.  Be sure to follow my blog and watch for a future post on “Choosing safe Halloween costumes for your pet.”

I want to be scared – or maybe a better word is PET-trified!

Cute puppy wearing a Halloween witch hat.Looking forward to seeing your pet in costume at our Scary Tails Trick-or-Treat October 31, 2015 at my Bloomfield Hills store

Where else can you take your dog, cat, rabbit or iguana out trick-or-treating?

We are hoping you and your pet can join us for our first Scary Tails Trick-or-Treat. 

Bloomfield Hills  Pet Supplies Plus
2057 S. Telegraph,
11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday October 31.  

You and your pet will have a ghoulishly-good time picking up special pet foods and treats all in a Halloween treat bag provided to you compliments of Pet Supplies Plus.  . Participating pet supplies companies include:  Well Pet (makers of Wellness, Eagle Pack and Holistic Select pet food brands); Earthborn Holistic Pet Food; Nature’s Variety; Purina, The Nutro Company,  Natural Balance and Canidae Natural Pet Food Company.

ALL pets are invited – big and small.  All we ask is that you keep larger pets on a leash – not more than 6 feet in length – and smaller pets in carriers, pet strollers or wagons so they cannot get out.

Also check out our haunted photo set where you can get you and your pet’s picture taken with a real-life Frankenstein and other ghouls.  Get a photo or photo flash drive for a $5 or $10 donation to Cat Tail Acres Sanctuary of Armada.

Scary tails trick-or-treat and haunted pet portraits!  Oct. 31 from 11am - 3pm at my Bloomfield Hills store.
Scary tails trick-or-treat and haunted pet portraits! Oct. 31 from 11am – 3pm at my Bloomfield Hills store.