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Thursday, December 1, 2022

Pet Words of Wisdom – Adoption season


April is a transitional month for us here at Dog Patch. The winter gear has been put up and our spring and summer supplies are finding their way onto our shelves. Pond fish and plants just can’t be far behind.

Spring is the beginning of our major adoption season. While we average more than one adoption per day, adoptions are significantly higher in the spring and summer. We’re looking forward to the days where our pups can lounge outside all day in our side yard. I’m certain they are, too.

Most likely pond season won’t get started in earnest until May, but we will be watching the weather closely. As soon as it’s safe to bring our new supply of pond fish, we will. Plants are usually a few weeks behind to avoid any last bits of frost.

Make sure to ask us about our GeniusBark. You may book on our Facebook page or by phone or in the store. GeniusBark is a way to cut through all of the information overload and get real answers about your pets from folks who have made it their life’s work to care for animals. We know our stuff and are eager to help you learn too! Make an appointment for some one on one time getting help from one of our Geniuses.

Lastly don’t forget to join our loyalty club. We are growing at a terrific rate. We love our loyal customers. We enjoy giving them all of the extras we can offer! Ask in-store! It’s free!

Thank you!

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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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