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Wednesday, 14 May 2014
Posted by: Mary Beth AT 10:15 am   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Thursday, 09 February 2012

We took our own advice and played hooky Monday afternoon and took Jack and Rose for a ride south. It was a beautiful, sunny winter day so we headed to the Marginal Way in Ogunquit. If you haven't done this before, you should really add it to your must-do list the next time you are in Maine.

The Marginal Way is a paved footpath running approximately 1 1/4 miles between Perkins Cove and Ogunquit Beach. The path meanders along the rugged cliff line of the Atlantic Ocean with breathtaking views at every turn. It is a little hilly in places but there are plenty of benches for you and your scalawags to rest and enjoy the scenery. Park in Perkins Cove or in town and pick up the path on Shore Road near the Anchorage by the Sea.

Dogs are welcome on the path October 1st - March 31st and must be leashed (for their safety and yours!). The rest of the year dogs are not permitted on the path.

After walking the Marginal Way, if your dog still has some energy left, stop by the Ogunquit Dog Park. Open from 7am until dusk every day, the dog park is fully fenced with a separate area for small dogs. It is just a short drive from Route 1 and downtown Ogunquit. 

Winters in Maine can be long but they don't have to be boring! Get out there and have some winter fun with your best pals. Don't forget your camera!

 

View from the Marginal Way
(February 2012)

Posted by: Mary Beth AT 11:15 am   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Monday, 18 July 2011

Say NO to sticks and YES to Safestix! The bendy, twisty, fun to throw and fetch stick that will not hurt your dog like sharp, splintery wood sticks will.

The folks who make
Safestix love dogs; it was Razzle, one of their Jack Russell Terriers who inspired the creation of this product. They used to enjoy playing fetch with Razzle until a stick punctured his mouth. After this happened they made it their mission to create a safe alternative to sticks.

Working with leading vets who have seen countless similar injuries from sticks during their careers to create Safestix. You can throw them further, they float in water and they're nice and soft on dogs' mouths. So the next time you go to the park, don't grab a dirty, splintery, sharp old stick -- grab a Safestix instead.

SafeStix are:

  • longer than any existing dog toys of their type (19")
  • made from tough, non-toxic rubber
  • textured to maintain your dog's interest
  • rounded at the ends to prevent lodging in soft ground
  • great for throwing and fetching;
  • brightly colored to aid retrieval by your dog and you
  • and they float!

Posted by: MB AT 02:25 pm   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Friday, 20 May 2011

We'd like to introduce you to our newest and coolest Pet ID Tag - TUUB! Just like the name suggests, TUUB is shaped like a little tube which unscrews and holds your pet's ID or medical information. Here are a few of the reasons we like TUUB and think you will too:

  • It's waterproof!
  • The information stored inside is easily changeable which makes it perfect for travel (think temporary ID tag).
  • It is made from anodized aluminum alloys, so it is stylish and durable.
  • It comes in 2 sizes and 4 colors!

Available at Scalawags in Kennebunkport or our web shop (www.ScalawagsOnline.com).


TUUB Pet ID Tag

 

 

Posted by: Mary Beth AT 11:10 am   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
 

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