Come visit our booth this weekend to get sales on your pampered pet decor for your four legged kids. We will be located off 14th and Broadway in L23 just down from the Country stage. The event is so much fun for both the straight as well as the gay communities. There is so much to see and do!
Produced by the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of Colorado (The Center), Denver PrideFest is now the third largest pride festival, and seventh largest pride parade in the United States.
Denver PrideFest will be June 15th and 16th in downtown Civic Center Park. PrideFest features the CoorsLight PrideFest Parade, a Dance Stage with DJs, a Country Stage with line-dancing lessons, a Latin Stage with cultural programming, and the Main Stage with live entertainment, and plenty of celebrating both days.
The festival also features more than 250 vendor booths with arts, crafts, food and more. We provide a VIP area with food and drinks for sponsors and contributors to enjoy, and there’s also a family area, youth alley, and a transgender resource area. ~ The Center
You can also get an app for your iphone for this event which will show you maps, entertainment schedules, allows you to rate the floats and get the parade lineup, or search vendors by name or category. Search “Denver Pride” in the App store today to download your indispensible resource for all the entertainment you can handle this year! Search “Denver Pride” in the App store today to download your indispensible resource for all the entertainment you can handle this year!
Using an elevated dog bowl reduces the air your dog ingests while eating and drinking. This in turn helps avoid stomach bloat which is the second leading cause of death in dogs.
“In bloat (dilatation), due to a number of different and sometimes unknown reasons, the stomach fills up with air and puts pressure on the other organs and diaphragm. The pressure on the diaphragm makes it difficult for the dog to breathe. The air-filled stomach also compresses large veins in the abdomen, thus preventing blood from returning to the heart. Filled with air, the stomach can easily rotate on itself, thus pinching off its blood supply. Once this rotation (volvulus) occurs and the blood supply is cut off, the stomach begins to die and the entire blood supply is disrupted and the animal’s condition begins to deteriorate very rapidly. ” PetEducation.com
Secondly, it allows our dogs to eat at a more natural level which reduces the strain on the neck, back muscles, and joints. The height from these feeders allows a dog to stand more naturally, eliminating the need for dogs to crouch down. This is especially beneficial for larger dogs, seniors or dog with arthritis.
Lastly, an elevated dog bowl will keep their eating area cleaner. At Pawsitively Elegant (www.4petswithstyle.com) you can purchase a custom made feeder in your choice of height, color, dog embellishments, number of bowls, etc. They are not only beautiful and enhance your home, but they are also healthier for your dog. Whether you have show dogs, are a celebrity that lavishes your pets, or someone who has a rescue dog … these elevated dog bowls would be a great addition to your home.
Since our items are one-of-a-kind we always invite custom orders. For your convenience we take Visa, Mastercard and Discover as well as PayPal.
More than 75 percent of Americans would take their pet on every vacation — if only they could — a recent survey by the American Automobile Association and Best Western International found. Not only that, almost 30 percent of traveling pet-owners said they would choose their pets over their significant others as a traveling companion — if only they could.
But more than half of those traveling pet-owners said it was difficult to find pet-friendly accommodations. And since almost 75 percent of pet-inclusive vacations involve visiting friends or family, there’s often more at stake than just fun getaways.
Although it’s fashionable for establishments to bill themselves as “pet-friendly,” some are more pet-friendly than others. For instance, some will not accept felines, or dogs over a certain weight. Some establishments limit how many pets can be lodged in a room, or charge additional fees for or deposits for accommodating pets.
Some hotels don’t allow pets on the beds, and provide pet beds instead. Some hotels don’t permit guests to leave pets unattended; some do for short periods; and some even provide a pet-sitting service.
Though pet policies can be found on hotel or pet travel web sites, the information can be incomplete or outdated. Hotels may alter their pet policies from one month to the next, so make sure their pet-friendly policy is still in place before toting the pet along.
Here are some of our favorite pet-friendly destinations if you’re planning a trip this month: