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  1. Saint Nicholas Shoppe 2018 Holiday Fair

    December 16 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
  2. Carolina Inn Holiday Market

    December 16 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
  3. Raleigh Flea Market At The NC State Fairgrounds

    December 22 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


Why is my puppy constantly scratching?

It’s normal for puppies and dogs of all ages to periodically scratch themselves. But if you notice that your puppy is scratching itself excessively, it definitely is Continue Reading...

Chew on This – Pet Wants Practical Guide To Natural Chews

Chewing is a natural behavior for dogs. It can help naturally clean teeth, and provide an outlet for boredom or unwanted chewing. Many natural chews can also Continue Reading...

Why Are Cats Such Picky Eaters?

If you’re wondering why this is such a commonly asked question, it’s because cats are imprinted feeders. This is why cats are such picky eaters. Since cats Continue Reading...


My Winnie gobbled it up!! She ate it straight from the bowl! She’s usually a take a mouthful into the other room and snack kinda girl. And her bully bone only lasted 30min, haha. Sweet success!!

– Proud Parent, Anastacia

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My pups are extremely happy to have food that’s yummy and momma’s happy to have it delivered!!! So convenient. I love knowing that the food is natural. Thanks for loving my babies too!!

– Proud Parent, Kelly

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Got some food and treats for my dog, Coco, and now she don’t even want her old treats. Really good fresh food. Healthy pet=happy pet.

– Proud Parent, Donald

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What's Wrong with Name Brand Foods?

I will never deny that there are absolutely some great pet food products out there! However, most commercial pet food is manufactured in mass quantities and sent to a series of distribution warehouses before finally making it onto the shelf at your local store. There it sits…and waits…sometimes for up to 6-8 months before reaching the store’s shelves or being purchased. Like any food, pet food loses its nutritional value over time and what might have begun as a nutrient-dense diet may now be a diet that is low in nutrition which ultimately can lead to unnecessary sickness, skin problems, and even a shortened life.