Barley News

Top Dog and Baby Names? of 2014

The results are in and we have the comparison you have all been biting your nails over. The top 100 dog and baby names are in and we are here to tell you that dogs really are furry children. At least that is what the comparison of the names tell us. What did you name your new puppy baby last year?   Tops Dog Names: Top Baby Names: 1. Bella (# 97 Baby Name) 1. Sophie (# 10 Dog Name) 2. Bailey (# 72 Baby Name) 2. Emma (# 21 Dog Name) 3. Max 3. Olivia 4. Lucy (# 54...

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Fun With Your Dog In The Snow

Snow is not something to dread when you have your sleigh dog! Here are some fun things to do in case your receive a lot of snow this year:     Snow Dog Angel    Fetch     Hide and Seek     Snow Maze     The only thing that could possibly ruin this good time? Yellow snow..

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2014 Was A Success

This past year we as a company have surely grown. We have hired two fabulous employees, Ginger and Alicia, gotten into BiLo, expanded into stores in Texas, and moved into a new warehouse space. Due to those two major progressions, we have been able to make and sell more treats than ever imagined in the time given! Thank you to all who have helped support us at Barley Bones and gotten us to where we are!

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New Year, New Diet

With 2015 just starting, this is a perfect time for you and your dog to start working on your New Year's Resolution of being healthier! Barley Bones are perfect for keeping your dog happy during this gloomy season. Not only do we provide you with quality ingredients, 80% which are local, but also our spent malted barley keeps our treat high in fiber and protein, and low in fat. Your furry friend will think they're getting a cheat treat!   If exercise is your main concern, then here are some good ones:   Go on a nice walk Bike riding is always fun with...

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Keeping Your Dogs Happy & Healthy in Cooler Months

Along with dressing your dogs up for fun, we also want to inform you about the dangers possible in the cooler months of the year. 3 Plus You has some information for keeping your friends safe and secure and happy all fall and winter long.   Pet care and lifestyle expert Charlotte Reed shares her top tips for dealing with changing weather conditions and other seasonal concerns:1. Daily dressingFluctuating seasonal temperatures, changing weather conditions and daylight savings time make it necessary for you and your dog to dress for warmth, dryness and comfort, especially when you both are walking in...

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