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Where to Find Us: NEACA Spring Craft Show

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Where to Find Us: NEACA Spring Craft Show

Check us out this weekend the North East Alabama Craftsman Association Spring Craft show! We'll be in Huntsville, AL this weekend, March 17-19 at the Von Braun Center selling our Barley Bones treats! There's all kinds of goodies for sale through out the weekend, so come by if you're in the neighborhood.  The show goes 9-5 pm CDT Friday- Sunday and we can't wait to see you!  Von Braun Center 700 Monroe St SW Huntsville, AL 35801

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Dog Poetry: Treat

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Dog Poetry: Treat

Treat How long do you Expect me To keep This Treat On My Nose Before I can GULP Oh, my bad Guess we better try this trick a twelfth time -Poem from "I Could Chew on This and Other Poems by Dogs" by Francesco Marciuliano

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Small Shop of the Week: Wagg n Purr Retreat

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Small Shop of the Week: Wagg n Purr Retreat

There are many awesome small businesses where you can pick up a bag of our Barley Bones Craft Dog Treats. Our Small Shop of the Week feature shares more about these shops and where you can give them a visit! Wagg-n-Purr Retreat in Athens, TN is a great spot to let your pets hang out for a while (along with pet daycare they also offer boarding) or just come by for a grooming or a refill on your Barley Bones stash or other dog (and cat!) goodies.  With a great space, great pup and kitty friends and a super staff,...

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Dog Poetry: Food

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Dog Poetry: Food

Food Food Food food food Food food food food Food food Food Who says a dog Can't write a love sonnet? Poem from I Could Chew on This and Other Poems by Dogs by Francesco Marciuliano

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Barley Bones gains a FOOTHOLD in the raw food game

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 If you’ve been to the Chattanooga Market recently you may have caught a glimpse of our dry feet - dehydrated chicken feet, I mean.     There is more to a chicken than the parts you enjoy at the dinner table; and those are the parts that make Rovers tail wag with joy.      Eating chicken feet may sound like hocus pocus to you, but to others it’s considered a delicacy. Countries such as Jamaica, Philippines, and South America enjoy these feet for their tasty and anti-ageing properties.  Chicken feet are an excellent source of collagen, which is something you want a...

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