Posts Tagged: #domorewithyourdog

Dog Smarts: Is It Spring Yet?

We get it. Spring has been a long time coming. But we’re almost 80% sure it’s here. And no one knows that better than your dog. As you take to your backyard and break out the barbecue pit, we thought we’d get a little perspective from our veterinarian friends on how to prepare for a… Read more »

The Parade Is Coming

Mardi Gras is coming to Soulard early this year. And that means the Beggin’ Pet Parade will, too. Mark your calendar and join us: Sunday, February 4, 2018 11:00 a.m. 12th and Allen The parade takes off at 1:00 p.m., but registration begins at 10 a.m. The Watering Bowl crew will start gathering around noon…. Read more »

Dog Resolutions

New Year’s resolutions are hard. Sure, there are lots of things we can all do better. Or do less of. And making that list doesn’t take too much thought. But when it comes to keeping those resolutions, that’s when it gets tricky. At The Watering Bowl, we don’t pretend to know the best way to… Read more »

Let Them Let It Out

You may have noticed some new advertising around town from your favorite cage-free canine community. It’s not a figment of your imagination. It’s the latest in our ongoing efforts to woo you and your dog to one of our three locations in Brentwood, South County and the Dog Grove. And it stars our amazing clientele,… Read more »

Every Dog Is An Outside Dog

Poodle or Pit Bull, Dalmatian or Dachshund, your dog wants to hang out with you. And they particularly love getting outside when they hang out. We know because every day when we open those big overhead doors at The Watering Bowl, everyone comes charging outside to play. And the only thing they’d love to do… Read more »

Wanna Race?

We do all sorts of things with our dogs. We play. We splash. We teach. And we do it all because we believe in the power of a bond between a dog and its owner. And now, we are taking that bond to the streets. Macklind to be exact. It’s the inaugural Macklind Dog Mile,… Read more »

#DOMOREWITHYOURDOG

Hashtags are fun. Likes and follows are great. We’ll even go for the occasional retweet now and then. (Oh, the retweets.) But no sequence of emojis can capture the feeling of spending actual time with your dog outside. Just enjoying each others’ company and pursuing new adventures. That’s why we launched a new little initiative…. Read more »