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🎄🎁🐾Christmas in July Sale!!🐾🎁🎄

🎄🎁🐾Christmas in July Sale!!🐾🎁🎄

For two days only, save 40% off all Signature stockings!

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🐾🎁 Mystery Flash Sale to Celebrate Mother's Day! 🎁🐾

🐾🎁 Mystery Flash Sale to Celebrate Mother's Day! 🎁🐾

This Sunday between 12-3! ???% off all stockings!!?   This lockdown has made us go a little (well, a LOT) crazy, so be prepared for a huge opportunity!   www.hearthhounds.comHearth Hounds creates dog Christmas stockings for your best friend!

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Greyhounds in Gettysburg Facebook Virtual Vendor Weekend April 30 thru May 3 2020

Greyhounds in Gettysburg Facebook Virtual Vendor Weekend April 30 thru May 3 2020

As many of you know, we had an incredible debut at Greyhounds in Gettysburg last year!   Next week they're doing something a little different as a vendor. We will be participating in a Facebook group event in which you can shop from your laptop! (Lapshop?) Please visit early and often starting April 30th to May 3rd.   Hearth Hounds will be showcasing our hand-painted Greyhound Christmas stockings as well as our signature dog breed Christmas stockings!   Check out our NEW (Iggy sized) Italian Greyhound felt stockings!   *Note:   Please keep in mind that some of the vendors may not be able to offer...

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New Phone Number

New Phone Number

New phone number!   Please note we now can be reached at 413-746-2041 we'd love to hear from you!   Woof!     Hearth Hounds offers beautiful keepsake dog Christmas stockings and home decor.

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April is Prevent Lyme Disease in Dogs Month

April is Prevent Lyme Disease in Dogs Month

Editor's note: Even though Duke is no longer with us, he would have wanted us to protect our loved ones from those icky ticks! We dug into the archives to share with you his article about preventing Lyme disease.     Duke here, and I'm here to talk about ticks. *gross!* Deer Ticks (Blacklegged) are primarily responsible for the transmission of tickborne diseases. Here are some tips to prevent your pets from these little buggers: Keep lawn grass trimmed, don't give them a safe place to hang out Mice are good carriers for ticks -keep tidy outbuildings When returning indoors, examine your...

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