After assuming ownership of the store in 2006, Diana devoted her time to improving the store and expanding the inventory to meet the growing needs of the community. She is passionate about the proper care and treatment of animals, including their diet. She takes the time to research product ingredients to ensure they are healthy and safe for your pets.
In addition to the store pets consisting of chickens and three cats - Sebastian, Willis and Ella. Diana has a handicapped Snowshoe cross named Chloe, an 3 adopted semi-feral cats. She lost her best friend Bailey, a handicapped German Shepherd mix, who used to accompany her to the store.
Josh began working with us in January 2019. He spends his free time with his kids: Travis, Peyton, Alex and Parker. He lives on a farm with his four dogs: Dugey, a border collie named Mazy, a shih tzu named Rocky and a chihuahua named Annie. He also raises horses, donkeys, llamas, ducks and lots of cats. He enjoys staying busy, working with his hands and engaging with customers.
We are proud supporters of many local businesses, non-profits and youth groups in our community. We believe it is our collaborative responsibility to keep small businesses and resources where they belong... in business! #shopsmall #supportlocal
There are three wonderful non-profit animal rescues in our area that we love to support:
A foster based rescue and sanctuary. They rescue and adopt dogs and offer safe sanctuary to farm animals.
They mostly rescue cats but have a handful of other animals. They provide a wonderful adoption program and offer TNR (Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return) Services to prevent animal overpopulation.
We are proud supporters of our 4H and FFA students. We offer discounts on show and market animal feed. We also sponsor students during show season.
We recently started sponsoring scholarships for Time with Tails. A non-profit organization that has a passion for providing affordable access to horsemanship and horseback riding lessons. They believe all kids in our community deserve to have an equal opportunity to benefit from having these resources.
We donate pet food, feed and other items to our local family support groups:
Their mission is to address community needs by providing resources and services to children, youth and families.
They provide community members experiencing traumatic events the financial support needed to help pay for medicine, food or transportation.