Small and local businesses have more community impact than on their designated once-a-year Small Business Saturday awareness events. The ability to reflect a community’s character and interact with their neighbors on both a business and personal level is something many large corporations are unable to do. Celebrating a small business is more than just complimenting its quirk or hipster audience — it’s recognizing and cherishing the positive impact it holds around your community and local government, plus all of the independent and unique products or services not found with big businesses. Below I have included links and short descriptions for a few small businesses.
Pet Wants is owned by Stephen Minton. They provide nutritious dog and cat food that is delivered in small batches at the peak of freshness, right to your door, the ultimate in nutrition and convenience. You can see the results that optimal nutrition has on your pets. It’s time to give your pet what your pet wants.
Doobie Dogs Premier Pet Taxi
Doobie Dogs specializes in chauffeuring dogs to/from daycares, vet clinics, boarding, groomers, and spas for your pups. Our catchphrase is Pet Rides Made Easy. That’s what it is. One less task for you to do daily. Your dog is a family member, and we treat them like one of our family too. They provide safe and comfortable rides with air ride suspension and safe kennels.