COVID-19 and Modifications at Total Dog 3/24/2020

During these trying times, we will continue to provide essential goods for your dogs without elevating everyone’s risk of contracting COVID-19. To that end, and to do what we can to “flatten the curve,” we believe this is not the time for business-as-usual. Total Dog Company has been and still will be your source for high quality, practical food and gear for dogs. We are most grateful for and appreciative of your loyalty and your business, and we will do everything we can to deserve it. But, for now, we need to respect and abide by the official recommendations for social distancing. We can help each other with these temporary changes: MOST IMPORTANT Starting Monday, March 30, we will be changing our WEEKDAY hours to 10 am – 6 pm. Weekend hours will remain the same as they have been: Saturday 9-6 and Sunday 11-5. No nail trims until further notice. If at all possible, call in your order and pick up curbside within the day you ordered. If you must come in, limit it to only one person (and the dog, but only if it has to try something on and you can do the fitting, not us). Sorry, no treats for visiting dogs. Maintain 6’ physical distance from staff and other customers. We have always been meticulous cleaners, and we’ve added even more sanitizing around the front counter/register/credit card terminal and door handles Regarding products Distributors are beginning to experience temporary shortages, so we may not have what you are looking for, even if you special order it. We order weekly from a variety of distributors, and automatically restock on our regular items. We can special order items we don’t carry if they [...]

By |2020-03-26T14:13:32-05:00March 26th, 2020|Store|0 Comments

Bad Weather Update – Wind Chill and Dogs

We will be closed Sunday, January 5th and Monday, January 6th due to the impending extreme cold weather here in Minnesota. Stop by today if you need anything, as we are open until 6:00pm. Please be sure to take special care while having your dogs outside over the next couple days. It's a common misconception that animals are not affected by wind chill. To learn more, watch this video or read the article from WCOO:

By |2014-01-04T12:24:03-06:00January 4th, 2014|Store|0 Comments