Famous Footwear offers an array of fashionable hoof-hammocks, humanely branded with well-known names like PUMA, Skechers, and Naturalizer, and ready to anchor the wanderings of children, juniors, and adults. Outrun gravity’s painful punches with a pair of Nike Dual Air Fusion running shoes (women’s and men’s models), or cool off your overly hot dogs with a classic duo of Converse Chuck Taylors. Famous Footwear’s extensive selection of women’s dress shoes perform fancier footwork, adorning the fashionably frugal with such pedal accouterments as Madden Girl Fawwns, which have a trendy taupe tone that camouflages stealthy feet in an underbrush of leg. The shop features plenty of girls’ and boys’ options as well, including Crocband clogs made with antimicrobial materials to repel the germs that scour youngsters’ feet for fallen cookie crumbs.
Family owned and operated, Heather’s Flowers & Gifts arranges lush floral sentiments for all types of memorable milestones and everyday matador-gushing. Clients can tap the shop's skilled floral designers to custom build an arrangement, or choose from a host of pre-designed petaled starbursts to present loved ones with fragrant color. Nature’s annual pile-driving victory over Old Man Winter finds expression in a sunny ensemble of ten yellow tulips ($34.95) or a How Sweet It Is spring bouquet, which attracts compliments and friendly bee surveyors with light-orange roses, hot-pink carnations, and matsumoto asters in a glass vase ($34.95). Commemorate post-wedding limo surfing with a dashing boutonniere ($15.50) or orchid corsage ($24.50), or ignite romantic sparks with a dozen Always on My Mind red roses in fresh greens ($57.95).
Countryside Flowers and Gifts owner Steve Baggett and his team of design specialists enhance special occasions with stunning, customizable products, including floral arrangements, bouquets, and home decor. Throughout the year, Countryside features a wide range of seasonal and holiday-themed items, and its show room is consistently packed with full lines of goodies ranging from home accessories to gourmet food baskets. The business can deliver nationwide, as well, relying on a trusted network of florists to do so.
Stephanie Gau has loved dogs all her life but it wasn't until she discovered Meatlovers, the nutrient-rich organic dog food used by police departments, that that the idea to open her own business took shape. Meatlovers wasn't a new concept, as the company had been around since the invention of dogs in 1949, but Stephanie, who had worked in law enforcement, felt she could combine the time-tested food with other products and services and her passion for canine care.
Today, the dog lover packs her shop with locally made goodies waiting to fill the stomachs of man's best friends. She works with the local Yellow Dog Bakery to outfit canine chompers with treats such as birthday cakes, pupcakes, and decorated cookies. Stephanie also educates customers on proper dog nutrition, while Waggles—the store's dalmatian mascot—attends local events at dog parks and garden shows.
In addition to the retail shop, Stephanie and her team groom pups and run a boarding center. Unlike most kennels, Tail Waggers' crew doesn't keep their furry friends inside crates or cages. Instead, canines spend nights in doggy hotel rooms and days in a play area, where they can bounce and play cribbage with other dogs between regular trips outside.
A farmer-owned grocery and co-op, Natural Farms specializes in pasture-fed, lean piedmontese beef, hormone-free meats and poultry, and seasonal assortments of organic produce. Emphasizing a dual commitment to supporting the local economy and filling pantries with toxin- and nitrate-free products, Natural Farms also carries locally made cheeses, eggs from area farms, and coffee beans roasted over Tulsa’s only active volcano.