‘Twas six nights before Sniffmas and all through Midwest Coast, the puppers were yappy (and so were the hosts!). We were so puppin’ excited to plan the dog howliday party of the season with our friends at ManyPets.
…and the dogs were too!
“We had a fantastic time hosting all the incredible pups (and humans!) for one of the funnest events of the year,” says Midwest Coast GM Ryan McKinley. “It was great seeing everyone in such cheerful spirits enjoying some beers, and the pictures with Santa were so much fun (and funny). We’re happy to welcome the pups and their humans back to the taproom anytime!”
Pet Pics With Santa
All the nice (or naughty) doggos got to give Santa their wish lists (bones, peanut butter, and for their humans to work from home forever). Didn’t get your Santa pic? Download it here!
Snaccs, Prezzies, and Prizes!
One Tail At A Time left with plenty of dog toys for the good boys and girls in their care.
Doggos dressed to the nines for the chance to win drool-worthy prizes from Sidewalk Dog and the vendors.
A Special Toast
Steve Dale was in the house, and we all got to toast Steve Dale Day!
Best of all was seeing the dogs enjoying themselves and sniffin’ out new pals.
“We were thrilled to see so many wagging tails and smiling faces gather together on Sunday. Creating (many) memorable moments between pets and their people is at the heart of our business,” says ManyPets Growth Marketer Ethan Kimmel.
“Our partnership with Sidewalk Dog Media allowed us to uniquely interact with people on a personal level, teaming up with local Chicago vendors and rescue shelters such as One Tail at a Time. We are so glad that our first annual howliday party was a success and we look forward to hosting similar events in the future.”
Yappy howlidays to you and yours!
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