We are (slowly) adding more resources for pet parents in the categories of community events, veterinary medicine, the pet care industry, and enjoying life with pets.
Tricia Hooker Arts: original artwork, prints, commissions, and more. Tricia does beautiful pet portraits in oil or watercolor and ink. Check out her instagram @tricia_hooker_arts or email her at email@example.com
Hugger Mugger Brewery: With excellent beers, food trucks every night, and multiple community events, Hugger Mugger is THE place to go in Sanford. The beer garden is dog friendly too! Check out their facebook or instagram for current events.
Wild Dogs Brewery: Dog-friendly even inside, making it our go-to place for hanging out with the dogs in bad weather. They feature their own great beers as well as rotating guest beers from Pocket Creek Brewing. Wild Dogs has karaoke and other events- check out their facebook.
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How to Solve Your Pet’s Behavior Problem
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