13 Aug Dog supplies during stage 4 restrictions
Finding dog supplies during stage 4 restrictions may have been an overwhelming process at the beginning. However, as pet supplies are essential products, many of these businesses have been able to adjust the way they work and continue operating.
We would also like to add to the list with stallholders that we have loved working with during our events. These businesses are still open with supplies for your fur baby!
Buying dog supplies during stage 4 restrictions from Doggy Day Out stallholders
Get all your dog supplies during stage 4 restrictions from More than Paws! We just love the variety of dog products and accessories they stock. Additionally, they donate a portion of their sales to animals in rescue centres. As they sell their products online, they are still operating now and have dog coats (perfect for this winter!), toys, collars harnesses, waste bags and other cute accessories. If you are looking for a local one stop shop for all your fur baby’s needs, take a look at their website. Free gifts are also available for purchases above $50.
Barkberry Manor are a regular at our Doggy Day Out events. They create and sell the cutest handmade dog accessories. As they sell their products online, they have been able to continue selling their gorgeous handmade jackets, bow ties, collars, leads and more during stage 4 restrictions. With the pandemic on hand, Barkberry Manor have also started sewing handmade face masks for us hoomans. These masks come in a variety of adorable designs and have an adult and child size. All these products can be found and purchased on their website for home delivery.
Keep your fur baby in style with Jax and Co’s stylish bandanas! Jax and Co are operating online and selling their trendy hand-made bandanas through their website. From patterns with your favourite footy team to funky designs and chic denim materials, Jax and Co have the perfect bandana for your pup. Jax and Co are also currently stocking handmade face masks and we just love the patterns. But make sure you are quick; these masks are very popular and selling out! For more information on Jax and Co’s products, visit their website.
If you are looking for some healthy treats for your dog during stage 4 restrictions, Laila and Me have got you covered! Laila and Me dog treats are made with natural ingredients and come in a variety of different protein types including beef, game, pork, poultry and seafood. They also stock supplements and dog enrichment products so that you can take care of your dog in diverse aspects. Laila and Me also offer subscription boxes so that you can keep the treats coming home for your fur baby. For more information on Laila and Me’s products, visit their website.
Although they do not stock dog supplies, Vets on Call are a service sought out by all dog owners. This veterinary service come to you and your pup in your own home. As they are an essential service, they are still able to operate and visit people’s homes during Victoria’s stage 4 restrictions. Access their high-quality veterinary services any time from 6am to 11pm, 7 days a week! You can book an appointment easily through their website or download their app for an even more convenient booking process. Thanks so much, Vets on Call!
We hope this has helped you find more stores to source your dog supplies during stage 4 restrictions. By shopping with these stallholders, you can show your support to local businesses. For more tips and fun games during stage 4 restrictions, follow us on Instagram.
Stay home and stay safe. We’ve got this Victoria!