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Friday, December 02, 2005
Pupperware parties? Aromutt Therapy Spritzer? Tiara Hairpins for Tiny Dogs? Dog-Tired Heated Beds? Pampering pooches unleashed! "I just saw a huge void out there," says the braindaddy of Shure Pets, the company that started the parties. See story. I see a huge void, too, between some pet-owners' ears. What do you think?
Sugar Bear s looks unimpressed by a Souderton demonstration. Photo by Charles Fox / Inquirer