For the last seven years, dogs and their owners have come to appreciate the value of a good hangover. What is a good hangover, you ask?
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Just in time for the holiday season, Doggy Dones are coming to The Watering Bowl. And they’re more than delicious. Much more. This limited run is being dedicated to Stray Rescue of St. Louis. Our good friends over there do amazing work, and recently they’ve been blindsided with an outbreak of distemper that has claimed… Read more »
Way back in October, also known as last month, we celebrated Adopt A Rescue Dog month. But we didn’t just celebrate with the usual balloons and encourage others to adopt deserving dogs. Instead, we did some adopting of our own.
At The Watering Bowl, we like to think of ourselves as a cage-free canine community. Now, we’re taking that designation a step further with by helping to open our first-ever dog park in the St. Louis community. Introducing the Forest Park Southeast Dog Park. No cages, no leashes—just a great place to #domorewithyourdog.
The TWB Hangover contest never disappoints. And this year lived up to our expectations—and then some. First of all, the Hangovers were dedicated to local rescue organizations, drawing more attention to their causes and the chance for them to win money.
Dog Smarts Seminar, Wednesday March 2 We all know dogs. And we all love dogs. But there’s always more we can learn about them in order to get to know and love them, better and more.
The TWB Hangover Contest is back. And this time, it has an agenda. This year, a photo of your dog in search of some R&R can help other dogs in search of a home.
We opened The Watering Bowl over half a decade ago with the dream of ingraining ourselves in dog culture and expanding to more locations in and around St. Louis.
Maybe you’ve heard the recent hub-bub about our third location. If not, it’s cool. We can give you time to get caught up here, here, here, and here. Go ahead, we’ll wait.
It takes a lot to open a new location. It takes time and energy and long nights and more than a couple coats of paint. But when it does finally open months and months later, and the dogs start coming in, it’s an amazing reminder of why we started all this in the first place…. Read more »