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Pups and the 4th

Did you know that more dogs run away and are lost this weekend more than any other time of the year? Let’s be more prepared. Many dogs are afraid of fireworks and the loud sirens at parades. Preparation is the key. Bring their kennel or put them in a thunder shirt. In extreme cases your vet can provide sedation. Talk […]

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Eddy Bowl at Central Market’s Customer Appreciation Day

Our thanks to Tahoe Central Market in beautiful downtown Kings Beach, Lake Tahoe for putting on their annual “Customer Appreciation Day” and inviting us to participate. Live music, cold beer, and those hot links… The staff at Eddybowl had a wonderful time in our backyard sharing our dog bowl with all the great folks and their 4 […]

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Eddy Bowl at JOG with your DOG

The Shakespeare Animal Fund is a wonderful non-profit charity. The team at Eddy Bowl would like to thank their staff for the warm reception they gave us at the “JOG with your DOG 5k & Pet Expo” May 21st in Reno…even though the weather was COLD. Check out their website here. The organization is founded to help others who might face financial problems […]

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Walking with your Dog.

Allowing your dog some time to sniff around and investigate is good for them mentally.  Dogs gain knowledge of the world through their noses. We like to call it “reading p-mails”. Your dog needs to know what’s going on in the neighborhood. Have you ever noticed after you return from a trip it takes your dog […]

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Eddy Bowl in the Travel Medic First Aid Kit

Eddy Bowl would like to introduce Travel Medic — a first aid kit and web based resource that aids travelers in having a small but complete array of prescription medications that might be needed while away from home. Our Eddy Bowl is also included in the kit! If you are traveling with your pet you can add their medications […]

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Eddy Bowl = Preparedness

We would do just about anything to protect our family, which includes our four-legged family members. In the event of a disaster remember to create a pet emergency supply kit, too. You’ll want to include food, medications, and other basics, and an “Eddy bowl” would come in handy because of its convenience. Tip of the day “pet owner preparedness”.

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