Monthly Archives: July 2019

  1. Autoship Subscription

    YOU KNOW THAT DISAPPOINTED “YOU’RE OUT OF TREATS?!” FACE? NEVER AGAIN.

    It’s hard to explain to a good boy why there are no dog biscuits. Luckily, with our Autoship subscriptions, you can preschedule deliveries of your dog or cat’s favorite products so you don’t run out. Worried about the commitment? It’s super flexible and easy to change. Plus you save 5% on all orders.

    With Autoship, you can:

    • - Change your delivery frequency, quantity and shipping address as needed.
    • - Suspend or delay orders when you're out of town.
    • - Cancel orders in advance
    No coupon necessary! 
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  2. What dry food should I be feeding my three month old Pomsky?

    We recommend you talk to your vet about what is best for your Pomsky. If the vet agrees that you can pick any food, stop on by a local Chuck & Don's so a team member can assist you! We'll have lots of questions so we can help you make an educated decision on food for your Pomsky! 

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  3. Do people bring their animals into your stores like Petco?

    Yes, we allow pets to visit in our stores as long as they're well behaved and on a leash.

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  4. Do you carry a Nutrisource product that does not contain peas, lentil, or potatoes?

    Grain free foods have a starch binder of pea, potatoes and lentils. Foods with grains do not have those ingredients because their starch binder is rice. Therefore, the only Nutrisource foods that do not have the ingredients pea, lentil or potato, are the rice based (with grains) foods. 

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  5. What is the average cost to have a pet tag made?

    The average cost of a pet ID tag within our stores is between $7.99 and $11.99.

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  6. Is there anything we can use to calm my dog down due to the fireworks?

    Question: My poor dog will be a mess when the 4th arrives because of fireworks. We have a thunder jacket, Melatonin and nothing works. I'm worried about drugs. Is there any natural thing he can use? Fireworks go on and on thru the month sometimes. 

    Answer: 

    Fireworks and thunder storms can be so scary! We whole-heartedly applaud you for trying to help your pup. We would strongly encourage you to continue trying the Thunder Shirt, but with a small disclaimer: Thunder Shirts can be an amazing tool in your arsenal of anti-anxiety options but do need to be “charged” for some dogs. This means using it when nothing bad is happening: put it on for 5-15 minutes, give lots of treats and praise, play with a favorite toy, give a frozen Kong or a raw meaty bone (chewing releases endorphins!) and repeat daily until the shirt is something they look forward to. At this point, it’s ready to be used as an anti-anxiety tool.

    Until you get the Thunder Shirt “charged up,” there

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  7. Looking to switch from grain free to good grains for my English bulldog. What are some good options?

    Switching foods can be hard on some animals. There is no single food that we suggest over another. Your best course of action is to go to your local Chuck & Don's and speak to an employee on staff. They will be able to go over all of the different foods that we offer with grains. There are many factors that go into picking a food for your dog such as; are they active? How old are they? Do they have any allergies? How sensitive is their stomach? These are all important questions when considering changing your pet's diet and we want to make sure that we can give you the most educated information we can. Stop by a local store today to help find a new food for your English bulldog!

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