Saturday, January 12, 2013
Clinic runs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday, January 12
GRANT PARK — Dr. Edwards will be at Intown Healthy Hound & City-Kitty, 891 Cherokee Ave., Saturday, Jan. 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. administering shots for your fur baby. He can sell heart worm preventative while he is here too. Packages range from $47 to $67 and individual shots start at $15. This is a first come, first served event; dogs must be on a leash and cats in a carrier. Dr. Edwards accepts credit cards and cash at the time of service. — Intown Healthy Hound
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Friends look to help Grant Park business following burglary.
Friends and customers of Intown Healthy Hound owners James and Bridget Galloway are hosting benefit fundraiser Dec. 13 following the Nov. 28 burglary in which thieves stole $35,000 in dog food from the couple's storage warehouse. The event, Rebound the Hound Benefit for Intown Healthy Hound, is scheduled for 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Hodgepodge Coffee House, 720 Moreland Ave. SE in East Atlanta. It will be free and there will be free food and live music, but folks are asked to make a financial contribution of $20 each toward the fundraising efforts to defray the loss, which won't be covered by insurance. Such a serious financial hit threatens to close the business. It's one reason why Krystle McNeill Rodriguez, one of Hodgepodge's owners, was …
Monday, December 10, 2012
Communities show support following food theft.
Immediately after suffering the loss of $35,000 in dog food from their Chosewood Park storage warehouse, the owners of Intown Healthy Hound were flooded with concerned customers, neighbors and friends wanting to know how they could help. The 20,000 pounds of dog food that was stolen would carry sales for several months at the Grant Park store. But Bridget Galloway, who owns the store with her husband, said the company that makes the Chef's Pet Express branded food for the Intown Healthy Hound, doesn't have enough on hand to fill void left by the theft. So Grant Park and friends from surrounding communities have created a fund to help the store stay in business. The fund has collected more than $2,000 in donations from some 60 people, so …
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Enough dog food was stolen from the Chosewood Park warehouse to stock the store for three months.
It may take a bloodhound to solve this dirty dog of a crime. Atlanta police are investigating an overnight burglary of a warehouse that Grant Park's Intown Healthy Hound used to store its dog food inventory. The break-in at the warehouse in Chosewood Park, occurred sometime after 6 p.m. on Nov. 28, when it closed for the night. The theft was discovered Thursday morning. In all, the dog food bandits made off with 20,000 pounds of food with a retail value of $35,000. "I can't imagine there's a lot of street value with my brand," Intown's owner, Bridget Galloway, told East Atlanta Patch Thursday. "It would have to be several trucks or one large truck the size of a semi tractor-trailer," she said. The food, under the label "Pet Chef Express" …
Saturday, October 27, 2012
Intown Healthy Hound also offering a 20 percent discount on pet costumes.
Come by Intown Healthy Hound at 891 Cherokee Ave. and the fantastic volunteers from the Community Garden will wash your dog for $15 to raise money for their amazing cause. The dogwashing is Oct. 27 until 3 p.m. IHH is offering 20% off all costumes so you can take your clean costumed dog to the pet parade at the Grant Park Farmer’s Market at noon on Sunday, Oct. 28.