National Spoil Your Dog Day!

August 10, 2015

National Spoil Your Dog Day!

You guessed it!  August 10, 2015 is National Spoil Your Dog Day! 

There are an infinite number of ways you can "spoil" your dog.  

Need some ideas? 

  • You could sign up for an agility class together for exercise
  • Bake some healthy homemade peanut butter treats
  • Go on a walk
  • Give your dog a massage
  • Play a puzzle game
  • Teach your dog a new trick
  • Enjoy some snuggle time with your favorite 4-Legger 

What your dog may not appreciate at the time (unless they love taking a bath), is the safe an non-toxic shampoo you purchase from 4-Legger! Just six ingredients - certified USDA organic to food standards - our shampoo is safe for both you and your dog.  

Drop us a line and let us know how you spoiled your 4-Legger today!  




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