While dad was researching where I can get new toys and treats, he came across "Dog Bone Alley" Over time he kinda forgot about it, but mom has been taking me to a new park lately and this place is close by. So one Saturday, mom grabs Spencer and his mom, and off we go to the dog park. After hours of romping around, we head to this new store.
Oh if I could add smell to my blog, Spencer and I were immediately enchanted with the aromas of treats and toys galore. We were given treats by the nice lady that works there and were able to hang out as long as we wanted. I was totally impressed by the worker, because I can't have beef treats and blueberries, she totally found these new treats for me. She might as well as given me whipped cream! I was hooked....dear friends you must find these "Chicken Littles" treats. One tiny bite and I orb'd mom into picking me up a bag.
Not only does this store have some of the yummiest treats known to pugkind, but the toys...oh it was like I was at Toy's R Us, but for dogs! They even had a section of clothes (not like I'd ever wear any), but Spencer's mom totally got him a super patriotic tie for the 4th of July. He even wore it to Pug Sunday in SF (but I tried to rip it off him).
Did I mention the leashes and collars? Loads of them! For any of you aquatic pugs out there, they have special leashes and collars that are water/mud/yuck proof. This is where Spencer and I went to that "animal communicator" lady. I've had such a great time there, that I've gone back a few more times, plus I ate all my "Chicken Littles" treats and I had to get more. Did I mention they give pugs free treats when you walk in the door? They totally dig our orbs! I mean who passes up the chance for a free treat? Mom already told me we'll be going back soon, so I'm working on some more "orb poses". I can already taste the yummy cookies coming my way.