Water for Dogs

by admin on October 18, 2012 · 1 comment

in Dog Trends, Health, Nutrition

Water for Dogs, RavensWing Studio

Water for Dogs, Ravens Wing Studio

Even cats know dogs get thirsty when going on a shopping trip or after a long workout in the dog park. Nora the Piano Cat, Philly’s most famous feline, always insists that Ravens Wing Studio has refreshments for her canine fans who pass by her home. Philadelphia is definitely a dog friendly town, even the cats like the dogs. Many businesses and restaurants understand that dogs influence their humans behavior and keep a fresh bowl of water ready to keep Shopaholic Dogs happy and hydrated.

Water for Dogs, Schuylkill River Dog Park

Water for Dogs, Schuylkill River Dog Park

Katy the ArT DoG loves a cool drink of water from the doggie fountain when she visits Schuylkill River Dog Park to exercise and romp with her dog friends.

Water for Dogs, Bacchus Marketing and Catering

Water for Dogs, Bacchus Market and Catering

Katy knows where all the best fresh water is when shopping in Philadelphia. Bacchus Market and Catering at 2300 Spruce Street always has a bowl of fresh water by the door for thirsty dogs to slurp a sip on the way to the park or pet shop. This simple act of kindness shows dogs which businesses really care about them and their humans needs, assuring return customers and happy shopping dogs.

Water for Dogs, Bacchus Marketing and Catering

Water for Dogs, Bacchus Market and Catering

Bacchus Market and Catering 

Water for Dogs, Good Karma Coffee Shop

Water for Dogs, Good Karma Cafe

The Good Karma Cafe keeps a clean bowl filled with refreshing water for dogs who spend long hours at this popular coffee shop with their humans browsing on their laptops while sipping coffee and munching lunch. There’s nothing like laying under a sunny outdoor table at a trendy spot and knowing water is there if a Shopaholic Dog gets thirsty.

Water for Dogs, Good Karma Coffee Shop

Water for Dogs, Good Karma Cafe

The Good Karma Cafe22nd and Pine Streets, Philadelphia.

The popular stainless steel water bowls found around town at dog friendly businesses and restaurants like Doobie’s Bar, 2201 Lombard Street, where dogs are not just welcome to visit but are pampered, can be found on-line at PetSmart.com. But Shopaholic Dogs know that if you shop at the PetSmart store in person there is usually a tasty free treat for good dogs at the checkout counter.

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Written and photographed by DoN Brewer for ShopaholicDog.com

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Doobies Bar October 18, 2012 at 7:46 PM

Thanks for the shout out!! Responsible owners may always bring their well behaved dogs to Doobies!! We always have biscuits on hand for your hungry doggie!!

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