The lucky dog barkery is the kind of store a dog would build if he could. A dog would surely build a store with lots of toys. And food–really good food like Wing-A-Ling and Turducken and Grammy’s Pot Pie. He’d build a cool floor to lie on, like cement. With a few comfy chairs that he wasn’t supposed to sit on but would, anyway. Next, he’d probably put in more food. Raw food maybe. Some organic even. And he’d add some cat food. Got to have someone to chase. He’d have leashes and collars, of course, for walks. Beds by the bundles. Books about himself and his friends. And he’d add a fire hydrant.
The lucky dog mentioned above might not put in as many clothes as owner Marsha Lindsey did. (He doesn’t naturally wear polo shirts, or think dogs need wedding gowns, but hey…humans!) He might not be as concerned as Marsha is that all the foods she carries are natural. Or be as knowledgeable about pets and pet things. But he would carry all the chews and treats. And would definitely agree with Marsha’s policy, that no dog ever leave the lucky dog barkery without a biscuit.