Trusted Partners

When a dog is in your life, there is always a reason to laugh.
As our company continues to grow, our community outreach will as well. With that we are delighted to partner with area vendors, pet-lovers and unite with one common goal: to help pets find loving homes and receive quality care.

National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS)

NAPPS is the only National non-profit organization providing education and resources to pet sitters.

The mission of the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS) is to:

  • Provide tools and support to foster the success of members’ businesses
  • Promote the value of pet sitting to the public
  • Advocate the welfare of animals

National Association of Professional Pet Sitters

Friends of the Animals

Friends of the Animals envisions a day when animals will not suffer because of human abuse, neglect, or ignorance, and that every pet born will be assured a good home and care all its natural life. The organization was incorporated as a 501 (c)3 non-profit in 2005 by a group of committed women in the community whose dream is to save the lives of innocent dogs, cats, puppies and kittens by promoting responsible pet ownership, providing low-cost spay / neuter services and promoting the adoption of homeless pets.

Please visit our website for more information and see how you can get involved!

Friends of the Animals

Molly Rountree Photography

Molly does a wonderful job taking professional photos of events, nature, people and, you guessed it, animals! We love the work she does with our pets – her passion for photography truly shows.

Molly Rountree provides photography services for the following:

  • Nature shots
  • Events such as weddings, parties and dedications
  • Family portraits
  • Animals
  • Model shoots/portfolio
  • Construction images
  • Food
  • Professional headshots

Molly Rountree Photography

Bark All About It

BARK ALL ABOUT IT ™ is a one-of-a-kind non-profit in-house Animal Rescue and Resource Center supported by a non-profit Thrift Store. What sets us apart from other Thrift Stores or Animal Rescues is our unique Resource Center.

In our community alone last year, over 10,000 dogs were euthanized simply because they couldn’t find a home. Most of the dogs that end up in Animal Control are a cause of their owners surrendering them for one reason or another.

  • We reach out to the community to offer solutions to help and reduce the number of dogs being surrendered by their owners.
  • We want to put a stop to the vicious cycle and together we can make a difference.

Bark All About It

Ready for a paw-sitive pet care experience? Contact us today.

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