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Holiday Pet Pop-Up Shops

Date/Time

Nov 3, 2018 to Dec 22, 2018
10:00 AM until 02:00 PM

This event occurs weekly, on Saturday.

Description

Looking for something unique and special for that special doggo in your life? Every Saturday in November and December from 10 a.m.– 2 p.m., Hawaiʻi Doggie Bakery welcomes small local pet businesses to help fill your pup’s stocking with something both of you will love!

 

Sat, Nov 3:  Barking Dog Blankets

Handmade blankets made with Aloha print, selected vintage and re-homed fabrics. A portion of a Barking Dog Blankets goes towards helping various animal welfare groups in Hawaiʻi and on the Mainland.

 

Sat, Nov 10: Belly Rubs + Grubs 

Locally-designed products and other brands to outfit the modern dog in on-the-town wear. 

 

Sat, Nov 17: Poi Dog Treats

100% natural Hawaiian ahi, chicken, pork, beef jerky and sweet potato chips, t-shirts, and other puppy accessories.

 

Sat, Dec 1: Puppy Love

Handmade collars, leashes bows and bandanas made with colorful designer fabric, handcrafted with love.

 

Sat, Dec 8: Keri Nakahashi Photography

Hawaiʻi-based Pet Photographer specializing in playful portraits of happy dogs in beautiful places.

 

Sat, Dec 15: Eileen Abe, Animal Communicator

Eileen Abe provides animal communication and energy services to help people better connect and understand their pets.

 

Sat, Dec 22: Toffee Crafts

Handcrafted accessories and costumes for small animals, dog and cat accessories, and gifts for pet lovers. 

 

 

Hawaiʻi Doggie Bakery is Hawaiʻi’s original bakery for dogs, founded in 1998. Hawaiʻi Doggie Bakery handcrafts fresh baked healthy innovative treats for dogs using quality local Hawaiian ingredients and nurtures a community that celebrates the love of canines.

Cost

Free

Location

View map Hawaii Doggie Bakery
2961C East Mānoa Rd.
Honolulu, HI

Additional Information

Sponsor

Hawaii Doggie Bakery

Phone

(808) 783-7390

Contact name

Niki

Contact email

woof@hawaiidoggiebakery.org

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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