Hare of the Dog

This dog bar is made for dogs big and small!  They play awesome music, the whole bar is fenced in and there are lots of great people and canines alike.  Next time you are in Elizabeth, check out Hare of the dog!  It took place of Philospher’s Stone at the corner of 7th and Pecan street, last year.  It is a dog bar that is infamous for dogs running around while their owners drink, eat and listen to awesome music.

hare of the dog

 There is corn hole, fun games and a great bar to socialize at–plus the food is amazing! What more can you ask for?  “Opened and staffed by dog lovers, it’s a haven for our furry friends, complete with double gates for the pups’ safety, and plentiful water bowls and wading pools for those hot summer days.”

For more information, including their menu and information on their sister bar, Jackelope Jacks– please go to http://www.therabbitspot.com/hare-of-the-dog/ or better yet, visit them at 1958 E 7th St Charlotte, NC,  28204  –(704) 347-1918.

Happy Squirrel Appreciation Day!

I read a couple of articles and will provide links to those at the bottom of the blog. Also, if you just Pinterest “Squirrels” so many funny, cute, and crafty items will come up. You will almost get lost in the squirrel world. So glad there is a day where we appreciate them. Here are some interesting facts, you may or may not know.


  • There are 4 types of squirrels in the US, however over 300 different types in the world.
  • Top 3 common squirrels: Pine, Flying and Tree
  • Nature’s “Most” Agile creatures
  • Age ranges: Flying squirrels live about 4 years and Fox Tail Squirrels can live to 18
  • Most squirrels you see have a of weight 2 lbs or less
  • They have 10 toes (like humans) but have only 8 fingers 🙂
  • Flying squirrels are the only nocturnal squirrels in US
  • Squirrels on average have about 8 babies a year
  • They do not hibernate but do take a long “winter’s’ nap”.
  • They are often still hunted by humans for food
  • Their fur is most commonly used for Artists Paint Brushes
  • Their bodies do host parasites like the plague or Rocky Tick Fever
  • They are “chewers” from power lines to wood, whatever they want to chew, they do.
  • Their natural habitat is close to power and electrical lines
  • They are soooooooo stinkin’ cute!!!



Articles: http://www.outwitcritters.com/squirrel/index.html



Winter Woof Drive

Winter is here and Little Friends is having another drive starting January 1-31st, 2015!  We will be collecting supplies for the Humane Society of Charlotte. The Humane Society of Charlotte is a 501c(3) not for profit organization, that relies solely on the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations to advance their mission. They do not receive funds from any government agencies or national groups to sustain their operations.  If you wish to donate supplies, there will be two red bins outside the Little Friends office, located at 1516 Kenilworth Avenue Charlotte, NC 28203.  Here is a wish list of items that are accepted:

  • Cleaning Supplies (febreze, rubbing alcohol, gloves)
  • Food (dog food and wet cat food)
  • Animal Enrichment Supplies (toys, beds, metal dog bowls)
  • Shelter Supplies (such as office equipment)
  • Medical Services and Equipment (such as first aid kits)
  • Gift Cards/Certificates (such as Lowe’s, Home Depot, etc.)
  • Monetary funds may be donated via PayPal on their website or you can mail a check to the Humane Society of Charlotte at 2700 Toomey Avenue Charlotte, NC 28203.

Click here for our press release, winter woof drive.

For a more detailed wish list, please go to their website at http://humanesocietyofcharlotte.org/donate-now/wish-list/.  Thank you in advance to everyone and Happy Holidays!

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