Bark Friendly Businesses
About Us:Meg BrananWhile her sweet Labs, Lily, Rosy and Besse serve as Palmetto Paws' greeters, models and treat testers, Meg Branan is the woman behind the dog. Meg is a UNC graduate originally from Salisbury, N.C., and her lifelong love of animals comes from growing up with 3 cats (Sam, Sassy and Thomas Toonces) and 5 dogs (Gus, Romeo, Barney, Maggie and Ginger).Beth ThomasBeth Thomas is a Salisbury, N.C. native who grew up in Atlanta and has lived in Washington, D.C., Chicago and now...
976 Houston Northcutt Blvd.
About Us:My Three Dogs is owned and operated locally in Mt. Pleasant, SC by longtime dog-lover and animal enthusiast Kris Virde. In addition to the services that My Three Dogs offers to our clients, we also strive to give something back to the community that we are a part of. My Three Dogs will soon be holding training classes at our facility. We will also be holding various events in partnership with local rescue organizations. Feel free to drop by and speak with one of our knowledgeable staff...
1518 Hwy. 17 North
About Us:Lucia's Premium Pet is Daniel Island's first pet food and supply shop. At Lucia's, we are committed to providing the best, natural products for you and your pet. If you don't see something in the store, just ask, chances are we can get it! We would never stock anything we would not give to our own pets so you can feel confident when shopping that you are getting the best of the best. Our goal is to make Daniel Island the home of tons of happy, healthy pets!
162 Seven Farms Dr. Suite 115
About Us:Hairy Winston evolved from a life long love of animals. I decided I wanted to open my own luxury pet boutique after having so much trouble finding upscale items for my two Cavaliers, Sophie and (Hairy) Winston. Relocating back to the Charleston area after 14 years, I found myself completely amazed by the areas overwhelming love for their own furry friends. I knew instantly that Mount Pleasant would be the perfect place to bring Hairy Winston to life.” Jennie KathermanServices:...
1605 Palmetto Grande Drive
About Us:Els Sipkes, owner of Nuance Pet Photos, started her pet photography business based on her desire to combine her background in graphic design with her love for animals and her passion for photography.Els’ photography style is relaxed, natural, and candid, allowing her to capture the nuances that reveal the true nature of your pet’s personality. All photography is done outdoors or in the pet’s home, in gorgeous natural light to capture your pet where she feels most at ease and happy....
About Us: Ashley Blackburn has been photographing the wildlife and outdoor beauty of Charleston, South Carolina and the surrounding lowcountry for over nearly ten years. She is also an active member of the staff at Lowcountry Dog Magazine and her images have been featured in that publication’s articles, photo spreads, and have even graced the cover.Ashley’s passion and unique connection with animals has her to photographing domestic animals in outdoor locations. She captures the animals in...
About Us:Appetizers, lunch, dinner items, private and corporate catering. We proudly support Wild Heir Lab Rescue.
18 Resolute Lane
About Us:A true Charleston original. A dog friendly restaurant right on Shem Creek. Fresh, Local and Right off the boat shrimp. Happy Hours. Yappy Hours every Wednesday perfect for your pooch. It’s as local as you can get. Leashed dogs always welcome.Menu: Click here for full menuwww.redsicehouse.comCheck us out on Facebook HERE for specials!
98 Church Street
About Us:We understand what it means to lose a family pet. When you lose a faithful companion, it can be a very emotional time. Pets hold a unique and special place within a home. The void left by the loss of a pet creates understandable sorrow in the lives of family members, and can be just as traumatic as the death of a family member. There are times when the death of a companion pet can be even harder. Pet Memorial Products can fill the void left by your departed pet companion. It is only...
About Us: I became interested in canine aquatic exercise several years ago after Molly, one of my Pugs, became lame at 16 weeks old. As a Registered Nurse, I was aware of the benefits of warm water exercise for painful joints, and I decided to swim her. I was so amazed at how she benefited from the swimming that I decided to make it available to more dogs.I had begun my journey towards my dream of opening this facility. I began studying human aquatic therapy, canine behavior, canine massage and...
944 F College Park Road