Toni and Silas were featured in a segment on Restraining Your Pets while they are in the car. Watch the full video below and see some of the options available to keep your pets safe.
The Bridge is proud to announce the first annual Run Walk Bark 5K Race/1K Dog Walk/Fun & Games fundraiser on Sunday, June 28, 2009 at Brook Run Park in Dunwoody, from 7:30am to 12:00pm. Run Walk Bark is a family focused and pet friendly event to benefit The Bridge’s Animal Assisted Therapy Program. In the therapy program dogs help youth who have been physically and sexually abused learn coping skills and find a sense of security and comfort with themselves and others.
The 5K Run and 1K Dog Walk registration is $20 per runner/walker in advance or $25 after June 23. The 5K Run will begin at 7:30am. The 1K Dog Walk will begin at 8:30am and game stations will open at 8:00am. We encourage you to form a team with your friends, office or civic club! Teams can raise additional contributions; the suggested team pledge is $350, which supports one week of Animal Assisted Therapy. Registration is available online at Active.com.
Prizes will be awarded in the 5K Race to the overal male and female winner, male and female winners in age groups from 11-14 to 80+. Ribbons will be distributed to youth participants in the 100 yard dash. Awards will also be given to the top three fundraising teams.
We anticipate 500 participants in this first annual event to benefit The Bridge. Come and Run, Walk or Bark with us to help teenagers in Atlanta, or make a donation to The Bridge!
WYSONG is fighting a David & Goliath Battle against the parent company of Purina - Nestec S.A. (better known as Nestle). Nestle/Purina obtained a patent in 1999 on technology Dr. Wysong invented and promoted in the 1980s. Now Nestle/Purina is seeking to charge Wysong to use the technology that its founder invented. Help put a stop to it! Learn more by visiting the Wysong website. Sign the online petition by clicking here!
Thanks to all those that joined Highland Pet at the 22nd Annual dog-n-jog. This event was hosted by the Greater Atlanta Veterinary Medical Society (GAVMS) and all proceeds will benefit Canine Companions for Independence, a national organization with a local chapter that breeds, raises, and trains highly skilled working dogs for children and adults with developmental and physical disabilities.
The event was Saturday, October 4, 2008 at Piedmont Park, with a 1-mile race starting at 9:00am and a 2-mile race starting at 9:30am.
Watch for next year's event!
official! Highland Pet Supply was voted "Best Accessories
for Pampered Pets in the 2007 Best of Issue of Creative
Whether you’re looking for a $170 dog bed, a $325 kitty jungle gym, $60 doggie booties or cat kibble labeled duck or salmon “a la veg,” HIGHLAND PET SUPPLY offers a fine collection of both high-end and semireasonably priced goods for the discerning pet owner. The selection of organic and natural pet foods and treats — including a $22 stack of sweet-potato chews — is almost enticing enough to give us humans hunger pangs. There are also fancy pet carriers, “party collars” and a wall filled with toys, many of them made from hemp and other natural products. The store also offers a five-week off-site training program and do-it-yourself in-store grooming stations, complete with elevated tubs, shampoo and conditioner, tools, towel, and blow dryer. What next, doggie pedicures and kitty facials?
1186 N. Highland Ave. 404-892-5900.
Atlanta Magazine has featured Highland pet
supply as its "Best One-Stop Shop for Dogs and Cats" in
its annual Pet Guide. The addition hits news stands in June
Highland Pet Supply's dog training center was
also chosen in its best dog trainers category!
As Featured in Creative Loafing - 9.28.05
Best Pet Supply Store
You can find everything your pet needs at a chain store, but what about everything that your darling leg-humper could ever desire? Shop Paris-and-Tinkerbell style at Highland Pet Supply, where the beds are designer and the beef kibble is free-range. The boutique stocks essentials such as rawhide (vanilla scent optional), kitty litter and leashes, but it specializes in luxurious edibles and playthings. Next time Fluffy is a good girl, make a run for sweet potato treats and a stiletto-shaped chew toy by "Bark Jacobs." HPS also offers do-it-yourself dog showers and obedience classes.
1186 N. Highland Ave. 404-892-5900.