Sunday, March 29, 2015

Hippity Hoppity Easter Sale


Hippity Hoppity Happy Easter from Little Paws Pet Boutique
Take 15% off your entire purchase from 3/29/15 to 4/3/15.
Discount will show automatically at checkout.


Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Just Food For Dogs Grand Opening and Adoption Event



We are so excited that Just Food For Dogs is opening their 5th location in Capistrano Beach! Partnering with Estrella Veterinary Hospital, Just Food For Dog will bring their healthy products to South Orange County. 

Little Paws Pet Boutique will have a booth at their grand opening and adoption event on Saturday March 28th 10am to 5pm.  We will have new, seasonal and best selling dog and pet parent products at event prices. 
Stop by our booth say "Hi" to Gidget (LPPB Chief Dog Officer/model).

 
Gidget's favorite Just Food For Dogs daily meals are: 
Chicken & Rice and Beef & Russet Potato
Gidget's favorite Just Food For Dogs treats are: 
Chicken Breast Treat and Chicken Apple Bark Treat

What are your dogs favorite Just Food For Dogs meals or treats? 


www.littlepawspetboutique.com

Friday, March 20, 2015

Happy First Day of Spring!




Today, is the last day of the 15% off Spring Sale! Also, we will be at the Dana Point Farmers Market Sat 03/21/15 from 9am to 1pm. More pet events and new products coming soon. Keep checking our website for updates.

www.littlepawspetboutique.com

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Puppy Proofing Your Home



Bringing home a new puppy is such an exciting time. Not only are they cute, but they also have a lot of curiosity and energy. Your new puppy is likely to get into things while exploring their new home and surroundings. Prior to bringing a puppy into your home, make sure to examine your home for potential hazards and try to eliminate them. Here are some puppy proofing tips below. 
 
Pretend you are a Puppy

  • Get down to puppy's eye level and look at your house from your puppy's point of view. 
  • Any objects on the floor small enough for your puppy to swallow will need to be picked up and removed such as: plastic bags, string, pencils, pens, pins and buttons.
  • Anything that can be climbed on to or pulled down needs to be secured.  

In the Kitchen 

  • Move food out of reach. Especially, foods that are toxic to dogs such as: chocolate, raisins, grapes, onions, garlic.
  • Use childproof locks on low cabinets that may contain chemicals such as cleaning products.
  • Keep appliance cords out of reach.
  • Keep your vitamins out of reach.
  • Use a covered trash can or keep your trash in a closed cabinet.
 
In the Bedroom

  • Secure lamps, bookshelves and decorations that can be knocked or pulled down.
  • Put your clothes and shoes away so your new puppy won't use them as chew toys.
  • Make sure to keep your purse out of reach from your curious puppy. Your puppy can get into coins, makeup or sugarless gum which contains Xylitol and is poisonous to your puppy.
  • Keep all cosmetics, hair accessories, jewelry and other small items on a high shelf or secured.
  • Make sure electrical wiring is hidden or out of reach.
 
In the Bathroom

  • Keep the toilet lid closed when not in use.
  • Shut the bathroom door when not in use.
  • Make sure to use a bathroom trash can with a lid and/or store in cabinet.
  • Store all prescription and over the counter medication and toiletries in the bathroom cabinet.

In the Living Room/Family Room

  • Keep light and extension cords out of sight and out of reach.
  • Make sure your remote control or other tech devices are out of reach.
  • Check and remove house plants that are toxic to dogs out of reach.
  • Be careful of your puppy around a rocking chair, an open recliner or sofa bed.

Outside in the Backyard and Exterior

 
  • Check, identify and remove any plants, flowers or fruit trees that are toxic to your dog.
  • Secure areas with open water, such as a swimming pool, spa or fish ponds.
  • Check your fencing and gate to ensure that there are no holes through which your dog can get out. 
  • Make sure your dog cannot jump over or dig under your fence to escape.
  • Make sure to close off balconies or outside decks.
  • Keep your dog inside if your lawn is sprayed with chemicals.
 
In the Garage

  • Make it a dog free area.
  • Secure all heavy tools. Make sure screws and nails are stored out of reach.
  • Make sure that your puppy can't get into any garbage, chemicals, bug or rat bait other hazardous materials such as antifreeze stored outside or in the garage.
  • Be aware that puppies can run though a closing garage door or go and hide under parked cars.  
 
These are a few puppy proofing tips that can help you keep your new puppy safe. If you have any more helpful tips please add them to the comments below.
www.littlepawspetboutique.com

Friday, March 13, 2015

Little Paws Pet Boutique Spring Sale!


Spring is almost here! 
Take 15% off your entire purchase from 3/13/15 to 3/20/15. 
Discount will show automatically at checkout. 
Thanks for being "Pawsome Customers"


Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Why we love the Buddy Belt 2 Dog Harness


As the owner of a dog who loves to twist and back out of collars I have learned to always put on a harness on my dog when taking her on walks. With a collar and leash my dog pulls more and the collar tends to put more pressure on the throat causing her to reverse sneeze. 

My sisters dog has always worn a leather Buddy Belt Harness and when I found that Buddy Belt was also making a synthetic leather harness called the Buddy Belt 2 I was happy to try them out on my dog. Comfortable, stylish and easy to put on it's become one of Little Paws Pet Boutiques best selling products. 

The Buddy Belt concept was started in 1997 by Roxanne Pettipas and designed for her miniature Dachshund Buddy who was gaging and coughing while walking. The harness called the Buddy Belt was launched at the PET Expo in Toronto Canada in 2001 and since then thousands of Buddy Belts have been handcrafted. 


Why do we and many of our customers love the BB2?
  • The unique design reduces strain on your dog's spine and neck to prevent damage to the throat.
  •  It fits small to medium size dogs: Buddy Belt Size 2-Size 6
  • The harness is light weight, conforms to the body and comes in 5 eye catching colors (Caramel, Red, Back, Blue and Pink).
  • Its easy to use, your dog steps in and it quickly fastens with one buckle.
  • BB2 is made from synthetic leather using the same Buddy Belt design and hardware. Without compromising quality, it’s priced to work with any budget.

Easy...step in and buckle on

Gidget give BB2 "Two Paws Up"
Gidget is shown modeling the BB2 blue in size 6. I could have probably fitted her with a size 5 although we choose size 6 because she is barrel chested and we love that we can put the BB2 over her clothes. Gidgets chest size is 20” Length is 18” Weight approx 18 lbs.
www.littlepawspetboutique.com

Sunday, March 1, 2015

The 2015 Whales and Tails Wag-A-Thon


Save the date! Little Paws Pet Boutique will have a booth set up at The 2015 Whales and Tails Wag-A-Thon Festival of Whales Street Fair and Parade this Saturday March 7th from 9am to 3pm.

We will have New "Whale and Sea" themed apparel, collars and toys as well as our best selling products available for purchase. Come and say “Hi” to Gidget in her new “Whaley Tales Dog Dress”. See you soon! www.littlepawspetboutique.com



Info from http://www.petprojectfoundation.org/ below:

Join the Pet Project Foundation for a day of outdoor fun for
the entire family—both the 2-legged and 4-legged members
Pet Costume Contest. Dress your favorite pooch in a costume and join us for the Festival of Whales Parade. Then enter your doggie in the Wag-A-Thon pet costume contest at La Plaza Park—first prize is $100!

Music provided by an incredible DJ
Food Trucks with delicious food
Vendor Booths for shopping and browsing
Special “Kiddee Area”
Wag-A-Thon logoed t-shirts and bandanas available
for purchase
Pet Photo Booth
Dogs on leashes welcome
No Admission Fee!
Win an electric bike!
Stop by the PPF Booth at the Street Fair and purchase an
opportunity ticket—donated by Howard Kaplan of
EZBIKEZZZ

When: Saturday, March 7, 2015
Street Fair runs from 9 a.m.—3 p.m.—La Plaza Park, Dana Point

Parade starts at 10 a.m. —if you’re joining us in the parade, please arrive at PPF area at Selva and PCH no later than 9 a.m. $5 donation for PPF logoed bandana for parade participants