The Cat's Meow July 26th, 2014
The Cat's Meow rescue organization will be at Sweet Pea on Saturdays on a bi weekly basis from 10:30-2(3) Starting July 26th, 2014
Tuesday October 15, 2014 - Pet Food Seminar
Sweet Pea will be hosting a Raw Feeding Seminar by "BRAVO" on Tuesday Night, Oct. 15th at 6:30PM, and Oct. 17th at 6:30PM. Both nights will be held at our store. This seminar is FREE to anyone interested in raw food diets for their pets, anyone that may have questions, or for anyone who has ever considered the raw diet for their pet. There will be time after the seminar for questions. Please call 860-648-2005 to reserve a seat!
Saturday October 19, 2014 - Plaza Day
Sweet Pea will be participating at the Third Annual Twin Plaza Family Day, see flyer for details!
Sweet Pea Holiday Hours:
Closed Sunday 12/23
Holiday Photos! December 1st, 2014
We will be hosting professional holiday photographs for your pet on Saturday, December 1st. Limited spaces - book in person at our store or call 860 648-2005.
$45 includes a donation to Out To Pasture Rescue, and a 5 x 7 of your choice or $75 including a donation with a digital CD.
"Plaza Day" at 869 Sullivan Ave, October 13th 2014
Local businesses join together for a day of fun with free food, giveaways, raffles, prizes and more. Sweet Pea will be hosting the local rescue group "For The Love Of Labs". The group will be holding adoption day at Sweet Pea. Hopefully a few good labs will find a few good homes! Please bring your four legged furry friends in costume for our
Halloween Costume contest beginning at 1:00 pm. First and second place prizes will be presented for best costume.
Retailer of the Year 2011-2014: Outstanding Natural Pet Store
Sweet on Nutrition
This South Windsor, Conn., pet store strives to increase consumer awareness of the link between an animal’s diet and its health.
By Devon McPhee
Antoinette Rodrigues has a yellow Labrador retriever named Tino to thank for inspiring her all-natural, holistic pet store, Sweet Pea Natural Pet Foods in South Windsor, Conn.
A little more than 10 years ago, Rodrigues adopted Tino, then 8 weeks old. Tino was allergic to the brand-name food he was eating, so Rodrigues began researching the different ingredients found in most mainstream lines and discovered that some could cause health issues. Convinced there was a healthier option, she began feeding Tino a natural diet and started to see positive results almost immediately. click here to read the full article
EPA: More pets injured by flea and tick products
Washington (AP) – Products intended to treat cats and dogs for fleas and ticks kill hundreds of pets each year and injure tens of thousands, the Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday as it outlined plans to make the products safer.