Fun With Your Fur Baby in St. Louis, MO
As you know, we spend our time between West Virginia and Missouri and now that we have Jake and Maggie, I’ve become more interested in places that we can take them. As I was leaving Pet Supplies Plus on Manchester Road in St. Louis, MO, I grabbed a magazine called TAME Pet Mag. I know Missouri is a pet friendly state but was so surprised to see how many places that not only allow dogs but encourage them in St. Louis. If you live here or plan on visiting, there are an abundance of businesses that you can bring your fur baby to. I set out on a mission to type every business and quickly realized this blog would go on forever so I took pictures of the magazine article instead.
Misty Pines Dog Park is a great place to take your dog for playtime, training, boarding, and grooming. The staff is friendly and the facilities are clean and well taken care of. For a fee of $7.00 per dog, you can enjoy the pond, walking trails and fenced in yard and agility course. Jake and Maggie had a ball running around but weren’t to interested in the agility part of it all. I pre-registered on-line the day before so the paperwork was minimal. Make sure you bring your pet’s up-to-date rabies and vaccinations with you because they cannot enter the park otherwise.
Could Maggie’s tongue be any longer in this picture? LOL
“I told Jake and Maggie about all the fun we are going to have this summer thanks to TAME Magazine”. “Look how excited they are”. 🙂
TAME Magazine is published quarterly (4 issues/year). Find them at
POB, Springfield,MO. 65801
email@example.com (co-founder and editor in chief)
This information provided below found at TAME Pet Mag Issue #29, Fall 2017
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