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Saturday, November 26, 2022

Pet Words of Wisdom – Set for change and another season

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Well, we survived the Dog Days of summer. Now I’m looking forward to the Harvest Moon and the cool crisp mornings of fall.

We’ve had an interesting summer. Road construction is complete and Ogden is back to normal.
Pet adoptions are going great.

With the changes in the season, we’re also getting close to being able to announce some very cool changes to Dog Patch Pet and Feed. I continue to think my staff is the best in the business and we’re going to make them even more available to consult with you about your dog and cat needs.

We are in our 47th year and as you all know businesses are changing faster than you can say “Dog Patch.” We’re happy to announce we will be making changes for the better while keeping all of the things you love about us the same. I’d like to tell you all about it. We just want to wait until everything is just so.

What I can say is it’s time to start thinking about feeding the outdoor birds in earnest. Our prices on a wide variety of bird seed are some of the lowest around; plus, we offer a senior discount on wild bird food every day.

We again will have our annual bird seed sale the entire month of November.

Stop in and say hello to an adoptable dog or cat! Me, too!

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Greg Gordon
Greg Gordonhttp://dogpatchpets.com
Greg Gordon is the General Manager and Proprietor of Dog Patch Pet & Feed in Naperville. Contact him through the pet store at info@dogpatchpets.com.

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