There’s a lot going on at The Watering Bowl. Check back here often to stay up on the latest. And be sure to check our Facebook page to see how much fun we had at past events.
When the temperature drops and snow begins to fall, it’s an entirely new environment for our adaptable companions. With this winter expected to be one of the coldest on record, we thought it would be a good time to have a conversation with our trusted South County neighbor and veterinarian, Dr. Karen Rooney, about caring for dogs through the next few months.
In the wintertime, mental stimulation can be hard to come by.
That’s not just true for humans. Dogs wind up sleeping more. They get less exercise. And they use their brains less, too.
Well, except the ones who get to come play with us at The Watering Bowl.
Hot cakes are now officially selling like Doggy Dones.
Thanks to Kelly and David Backes of Athletes for Animals and our co-conspirators over at Strange Donuts for a great collaboration for a great cause.
Seldom does the second edition live up to the original. But that’s exactly what happened in our second annual TWB Hangover Contest.
When most people think of The Watering Bowl, they think about the cage-free running and playing and all-around fun we have during the day. But for Devin Rojas, his day starts when a majority of our pack heads home.
Doggy Dones are many things.
But first and foremost, they are a delicious, one-of-a-kind-even-though-they-come-in-packs-of-two treat.
Some hangovers are so epic that you vow never to experience one again. Others, like the kind that spurred our contest from last year, beg to be revisited.
As children, many of us dream about helping animals for the rest of our lives. Few of us are lucky enough to follow that notion into a “grown-up” career.
For Dr. Tara Brooks of Affton Veterinary Clinic, the path was long and somewhat indirect.
The Hangover Effect that dog owners have been telling us about since we first opened back in 2010 inspired our highly proprietary Hangover Contest. Now, The Hangover Effect is taking even more prominence in our first-ever television commercial.
The inaugural Dog Smarts Seminar was geared toward teaching pet owners who bring their dogs to The Watering Bowl a few helpful things about their dogs and their relationships. Based on the commitment our customers show to their dogs, we fully expected to have a strong turnout and a great time.