Every coloring sheet was done by Metro holding a pen in his teeth., and underneath all of the scribbles is a Ron Krajewski drawing of Metro, or one of his barn buddies or farm animals, just waiting to come forward. It’s a horse book designed by a painting horse!Read More
An Animation Student and Webcomic Artist draws her cat in a variety of styles.Read More
We recently ran into a someone local who knits cute, little sweaters that are made for longer-bodied dogs including dachshunds. Debbie Lodoen knits these awesome sweaters in a variety of sizes and are made of 100% polyester yarn which makes them a toasty warm sweater that is also easy to clean and less prone to get as dirty or smelly as cotton-based sweaters. They are machine washable and come in a variety of patterns.
We started with a limited supply of sweaters but hope to be able to bring more in stock as we see more sales.
Come in and take a peak at them in our dog clothing section of the store.Read More
Barks and Recreation will again be hosting Pet Photos with Santa for our local BCSPCA on Sunday, December 6th, 2015 from 10am – 2pm. If you wish to set up your appointment please call the Trail Regional BCSPCA @250-368-5910 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have managed to get the real Santa Claus to come and help out for the day as well as a fantastic helper photographer elf in Larry Doell from Doell Photo/The Camera Shop. It is always a blast and your payment for a photo or digital file is considered a 100% donation towards our local BCSPCA and all of the current animals that are looking for new forever homes.
See you all there!
Sunday, December 6th, 2015
10am – 2pm
Call the Trail Regional BCSPCA @250-368-5910
Or email them at email@example.com
we are happy to announce that we have a new calendar filled with happy daycare dog faces available for pre-order. The large, 12-month, wall calendars will cost $20 (no tax) and the smaller, 12-month, desktop calendars are only $15 (no tax) each.Read More
For The Shepherd’s Realm: Volume III, photographer Andrew Fladeboe captures New Zealand’s courageous working dogs, tracing the historical threads that connect them to the verdant farms and steep hills of the country’s South Island.Read More
Barks and Recreation has started carrying a supply of small and medium sized bandanas for your dog. These cute accessories come in a variety of patterns and are pre-sewn to allow you to run your existing dog collar through the bandana instead of always tying the bandana around your dog’s neck.Read More
In celebration of National Cat Day, why shouldn’t we observe the regal and elegant cat as they truly are.
After her first series entitled Shake Dogs, here is the awesome Shake Cats project by American photographer Carli Davidson, who is having fun capturing cats in the most ridiculous positions, photographing them in the middle of shaking with a high speed camera. A series of stunning portraits in line with the Flying Dogs series. via Ufunk.netRead More
Cats are divisive pets: the feline companions are loyal companions to some, andmischievous murderers to others. There’s evidence suggesting that cats in general see us more as a mix between landlords who let them stay in a human hotel, servants that feed them, and odd-looking kittens who can’t hunt properly. More specificallyRead More
Chiquitou: 10 x 10 Acrylic on Canvas
Days taken to complete: 12 days
Hours of work to finish: 8.5 hours
Pricing and details: http://bnrbc.ca/photographyart/
Barks and Recreation would love to send out a huge thank you for all of the donations that were collected via our store.
Total donations for the event were over $18,000 this year!!
Barks and Recreation managed to collect almost $1000 to go to our local Trail Regional BCSPCA. We are in awe by all of the customers that donated $5 or more without even batting an eye at our request.
Pet health is dependent on a variety of factors, food, drink, exercise and your love to name a few. You also need to ensure that they are provided with an ambient temperature to help make them flourish. Our infographic highlights the importance of your pet avoiding heatstroke during the summer and keeping sufficiently warm in the winter to prevent hypothermia.Read More