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It’s almost Love Your Pet Day, show your fur child some love. 

Rush Bowls

It’s time to upgrade from your basic Starbucks pup cup to a Bow Wow Bowl from Rush Bowls. While you scarf down your own nutritious treat guilt free, your pup can too. Banana, peanut butter, milk, froyo, AND topped with a milk bone?! Bone apple tea, pupperino.

Naturally Dogs & Cats

Naturally Dogs and Cats has you covered from head to tail. With their paws-itively delicious stock of locally sourced treats, cakes, and everyday needs your fur child will be deservedly spoiled. 

Pupcasso

Pupcasso has the corg-key to our hearts and is the modern day Picasso, offering one of a kind artwork created by Levi the Corgi. You read that right, Levi paints these masterpieces with his own two tiny paws. Someone call the Wadsworth, STAT.

Hartford Prints!

Avoid a fashion faux-paw with some fly bandanas from Hartford Prints. One for you, one for your furry friend, and maybe a few more because LOOK AT THEM.

Chartreuse on the Loose

Chartreuse on the Loose creates personalized pet coasters that are so cute, Joanna Gaines is shaking in her boots. These coasters are purrfect for holding your cup of water that your cat drinks from when you’re not looking.

Mark Twain Gift Shop

This hissterical “Cat in a Ruff” painting is a reproduction of the original that hung on the mantle in the Clemens family library. Legend says that this cat sparked many late night stories among Sam’s daughters. Snag your own print from the Mark Twain House Gift Shop.

Painting with a Twist

Do you have a paw-trait of your cat hanging on the wall? If not, don’t miss “Paint Your Pet” night at Painting with a Twist. The next pet night is March 20th at 3:00 and space is limited. Sign up online ASAP to submit your pet photo and secure your spot! 

Wadsworth Atheneum
Gift Shop

This charmingly illustrated collection of pet stories from history’s most well-known figures such as Mozart and Einstein could be your next favorite coffee table book. Our fave stories are Great Catsby and Shakespurr, but you can pick up your own copy from The Wadsworth Museum Gift Shop.