Bring your pets and kids in costume to my White Lake Pet Supplies Plus at 6845 Highland Rd. from noon to 4 p.m., Saturday, October 29 at and to my Bloomfield Twp. Pet Supplies Plus store at 2057 S. Telegraph Rd from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, October 30 for our Scary Tails Trick-or-Treat.
We will have begging stations around the stores with species-appropriate treats and food samples for pets along with Halloween candy for kids. Trick-or-treaters will get a free Pet Supplies Plus begging bag. Participating brands include: Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover’s Soul, Fromm Family Foods, Merrick, Earthborn Holistic and Pro Pac Ultimates.
All kinds of pets are invited to Scary Tails Trick-or-Treat, but they must be kept from getting loose. Large pets must be on a maximum six-foot leash; smaller pets can be paraded in wagons, pet strollers and pet carriers, which can also be part of the pet’s costume.
There is no charge to participate! For more information, call the White Lake store at 248-889-4131 and Bloomfield Twp. store at 248-333-7545.
It’s that time again – and Scary Tails Trick-or Treat is back at my Bloomfield Twp. and White Lake / Highland Rd. stores.
You may have joined us last year for our Halloween celebration for pets and families. Well, we’ve got another great event planned featuring the same festivities as last year as well as some NEW surprises. So get ready for another howling good time.
Our Christmas open house is always a great time — pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus, live reindeer, treats for pets and hot chocolate and cookies for their people, and some great specials on pet food and supplies!
Note: These workshops are being rescheduled and will begin October 15, 2015.
We are very excited to be launching our new workshops called: Pawsitively Healthy: An informative series for the health & wellbeing of your dog or cat. The first workshop will be held Thursday, October 15, 2015 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at my White Lake store at 6845 Highland Rd. Stay tuned for more on this workshop – and for other dates coming up.
The cost per workshop is only $5 which will be donated to various local animal rescue groups. We will choose a different group for each workshop.
Conducting the workshops will be Andrea Putt, DVM who owns Commerce Village Veterinary Hospital in Commerce Twp. Dr. Putt is the veterinarian who cares for all the adoptable cats in our Kitty City at my White Lake store.
Why I am I so excited about Pawsitively Healthy?
We get LOTS of questions about dog and cat health. We are not vets, and can’t answer a lot of these health-related questions. So we thought we would bring in someone who could. We feel that the more our neighbors know about their pets’ health, the better equipped they are going to be to make good choices and to partner with their veterinarian in their pet’s care.
We think you will like Dr. Putt. She is very personable, likes to spend time getting to know pet parents and their pets and will be great answering your questions. So think about what you would like to know about your pet and come prepared!