Workers from Hot Diggity! step out of houses with pups tugging politely at the leash and lolling their tongues in the sunshine. The crew members, who are all licensed, bonded, and insured, give owners a break from taking the dog outside and dealing with all the strange children the dog rescues from farm wells. After consultations allow them to get to know the home and the pet’s routine, staffers can even stop in several times a day or stay overnight to care for their animal charges. They also care for care for critters including cats, gerbils, birds, and reptiles.
The zookeepers and storytellers at Tiny Tails to You! travel from town to town to organize pop-up petting zoos four days a week, and lease out hands-on learning experiences for festivals, summer camps, and private parties. What beasts turn up at these parties is up to the customer, who might arrange for anything from an avalanche of fluffy bunnies and baby birds to an encampment of chinchillas, hedgehogs, leopard geckos, and tortoises. The staff's love for animals extends beyond informative show-and-tells—head zookeeper Ed Bradfield offers pet-sitting services for dogs, cats, exotic pets, and house-trained rocks, and the zookeepers are nearly always offering baby bunnies for adoption.
A variety of palates, dietary preferences, and religious prescriptions are represented in Whole Foods Market's extensive holiday meal menu. Regardless of whether your desire is for Hanukkah Chicken Livers, glazed hams or vegan mushroom gravy, Whole Foods has you covered.
Fetch offers a bevy of boutique accoutrements for four-legged companions. Collars and leads are available for precarious pups and dignified dogs, and include classic distressed leather collars ($32+) and nylon rep neckties ($20). Or opt for the dainty-looking FabuLeash ($12), which can support up to 100 pounds of pull force. Pamper your pooch with all-natural grooming products, or reward canines with organic dog biscuits and gourmet dog treats such as the beef-flavored Carnivore Kisses ($12) or veggie rawhide ($6). Artistic kittens, meanwhile, can pounce on the catnip pollock fish ($9), while aristocats daintily dine on Kitty Kaviar ($3.75).
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