Come check out where we've been in the media.

 

Our Town Magazine 

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Check out the Winter issue of Our Town Magazine with another insider scoop about our Gainesville's Canines and Cocktails For A Cause events. Click here to view the feature.

 

 

 

The Village Journal

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Check out the holiday issue of The Village Journal of Haile. In the "Snapshot" section we were featured for our Gainesville's Canines and Cocktails For A Cause. Canines and Cocktails is a monthly event hosted by Daytime Dogs and Friends for pet owners and animal lovers to mix and mingle with their pets while having a cocktail on the patio of Chop Stix Bistro on NW 43rd Street. The event also features a 15 minute Q&A session with a local veterinarian. For more information or to find out about the next event This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . The proceeds from each event benefit a local rescue group we are partnered with. Click here to view the feature.

 

 The Village Journal

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We are so very honored and privileged to be to be featured in the newly released spring edition of The Village Journal of Haile entitled “Giving Back to our Best Friends” along with our good friends and partners Haile’s Angels Pet Rescue, Earth Pets Natural Pet Market, Paws on Parole and UF Veterinary Hospital. Click here to read the article.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Gainesville Magazine

gvillemag2In the June-July issue of the Gainesville Magazine, Chuck talks about his love for Kanapaha Botanical Gardens.

 

 

 

 

The Village Journal

industryinsider1In the January 2012 issue of The Village Journal, Industry Insider, an article by Chuck Siegel was published about ways to keep your dog healthy and happy. 

"A dog which does not get sufficient exercise runs an increased risk of developing health issues such as heart disease, arthritis and obesity amongst other serious health issues. In fact, lack of activity and proper exercise may lead to aggression and destructiveness in your dog. Canines need to work off excess energy through exercise, the lack thereof often times leads to boredom which then can result in destructive behavior." Click here to read the full article and learn more about daily regular exercise for your dog.

 

 

 

 

 

Gainesville Today

showDaytime Dogs and Friends was featured in the 2010 October issue of the Gainesville Today magazine. Bernie, the handsome Goldendoodle, shares with you about his dog adventure. Click here to read the article.

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