Friday, June 29, 2007

3 Dog Bakery

For an experience that will blow your mind (and your dog's!) take the trip to 430 King Street and meet owner Dustin Guthrie and his helpful staff at 3 Dog Bakery. Don't forget your dog either, because dogs are welcome inside to take a peek at what they might like to dine on and even sample what fits their taste! All treats are 100% natural, fresh baked, and irresistible, even to the human eye.

3 Dog Bakery is a national chain of stores inspired by the plight of an albino and blind Great Dane named Gracie. Her owners decided to cook for her special needs and turned her diet into an enjoyable place for all dogs. You can read her touching story by purchasing her book at 3 Dog Bakery. You can also find dog beds, purses for the little pups to ride in, leashes, fun 'dog people' gifts, your very own bone shaped cookie cutters, and mouth watering display cases of well priced treats.

Reaching across the US and selling over 200 products, from full diet meals to birthday collars and treats, 3 Dog Bakery has recently landed in Charleston to share the goodness with our local friends. Be sure to drop by and see the plethora of tasty options; after all I think we all know that our dogs deserve more than a little spoiling!

Tuesday, June 12, 2007


Yesterday was Bryson's 6 month birthday! We decided to use this occasion as an excuse to have a party for him. This party consisted of a cupcake from Three Dog Bakery on King Street, as well as a party hat, also from Three Dog Bakery. Humans ate human cupcakes too. He thoroughly enjoyed his celebration. Now that he is 6 months we are making an appointment to have him neutered. Even though we had thought about spreading this wonderful puppies genes to make other wonderful puppies, the possible downsides to not neutering were too large. Many times, male dogs who are not neutered will wander if they smell a female in heat. The thought of losing our baby is just too much to take that risk. Anyway, now that he is 6 months old we hoped he would stop chewing things...not so much...:)

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Upcoming Events

June 9th 11AM-3PM. Coastal Jack Russell Dog Wash at Paws. Bring your dog for a free bath and make a donation to a wonderful rescue. Paws is at Freshfields Village, at the corner of Kiawah and Seabrook Islands.

June 9th 9AM-4PM. JASPA Koi Pond Tour. The Charleston Showa Koi Club has arranged for 27 private koi ponds and water gardens to be open for your viewing. The Grand Finale will be on Johns Island where hot dogs and hamburgers will be served. There will be plenty of raffles and door prizes as well. Tickets are $10. Children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. All proceeds will be donated to the John Ancrum S.P.C.A. For ticket information, call Robert Lewis at 843-830-7677 or visit

June 9th 11AM-3PM LCGRR Pool Party Reunion at Isle of Palms. Check website for directions.

June 11th 4PM-7PM LCGRR Meet and Greet at Paws at Freshfields Village, at the corner of Kiawah and Seabrook Islands.

Monday, June 04, 2007

Tastiest Treats

According to, its top-selling doggie treats include:

Beefeaters Freeze-Dried Liver Treats starting at $5.99

Science Diet Jerky Plus Treats $2.99

and Bryson's personal favorite...

Purina Beggin' Strips starting at $3.29

You can purchase these treats at any PetSmart or

Friday, June 01, 2007

Upcoming Events

June 3rd 6:00PM. Small Doggie Beach Ball on Sullivan's Island. Come take a short romp on the beach with the doggies and enjoy appetizers on the beach at Sully's. There will be a Costume Contest for the most tropical/beachy dog so break out the sunglasses, bikinis, and tacky tropical shirts! More info at