Holiday Gifts at the Barkery!

 

20131115_140657Have you stopped in to the Barkery lately? We’ve transformed our store into a holiday wonderland!

Both our Brookside and our Lee’s Summit locations are fully stocked with perfect gifts for your pet, or even a pet-loving friend or family member. With everything from cookies to cat towers and back door jingle bells to cozy new sweaters, there is something for every four-legged friend.

And what better time than the present to finish your shopping ahead of time, and avoid the crowds? We also have a BOGO gift card special going on, making great stocking stuffers and Secret Santa gifts.

Can’t decide on just one item? Our gift baskets are full of treats and toys, starting at just $9.99. Or go all out and select our jumbo basket for $59.99!

See below for more gift ideas from the Barkery, and we’ll see you soon!

 

Gift Card Savings!

Just in time for the holidays, and the perfect gift for a pet lover any time!

Receive a $5 Gift Card when you purchase a $50 Gift Card

OR

Receive a $10 Gift Card when you purchase a $100 Gift Card

Perfect for stocking stuffers or secret santa swaps. Stop in today and make The Barkery your one-stop holiday shop!

Thanksgiving Safety Tips

Just as humans are at risk for “over-doing it” on Thanksgiving, and even getting sick from uncooked ingredients, pet owners should also be on alert for the safety of their four-legged friends. 

The ASPCA  shares several tips on pet safety during the upcoming holiday, including:

  • Turkey safety
  • Uncooked ingredients such as eggs and dough
  • Sage tummy trouble
  • Poisonous floral arrangements
  • And even how to create a mini feast fit for your pet

Click here to read more about Thanksgiving safety for your pets now

 

Barkery Owner Delena Stout on the Streetcar Project

streetcar_lowA recent KMBC 9 interview highlights the possibility of a street car that would make its way into the Brookside neighborhood, and channel 9 stopped in at The Barkery to discuss the development. The project could include a line that runs from Union Station a full nine miles into Waldo, set to launch in 2019 if the vote is passed.

Delena Stout, owner of Brookside Barkery and Bath believes there is “a lot of potential” for the streetcar project, especially because of a lack of parking in the area. It could also mean easier access to natural pet foods for thousands of Kansas City residents, and of course, easy transportation through the heart of the city.

View the video interview by clicking here