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Sr. Joan's Peanut Butter Nutri-Bits Dog Treats
Sister Joan's dog biscuits contain no salt, no sugar and no additives or by-products make these dog treats truly 100% natural. Proceeds from the sale of this product benefit the Benedictine Sisters' retirement fund. 16oz. bag. (Item #22652)
   
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Go Fetch! Bucket of Balls
Cute plush “tennis balls” with embroidered paws will
be your pet’s new favorite toy! Each yellow or black pail comes with 6 balls. (Item #30623)
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St. Francis Pet Medal
Add this special medal to the collar for protection. 1.5" Light weight pewter. Back can be engraved with name & phone number by your local engraver! (Item #19121)
   
Pampered Pet Frame
Square frame features antique pewter finish, scallop detail and reads "Pampered". Size: 3 7/8" square (Item #36537)
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Pet Treat Advent Calendar
Since pets are family, why not include them in the fun counting down the days ‘till Christmas! 23” tall, felt with 24 pockets for treats (treats not included)
(Item #33040)
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Assorted Holiday Doggie Tennis Balls
Sold assorted, sayings vary (Item #23422)
each
   
Assorted Christmas Pet Jingle Collars
These elastic collars will jazz up the festivities for your little friend! And with the jingle bells, you'll always hear them coming! Available assorted in red or green and in sizes S/M or M/L. Please specify your preference when ordering. (Item #23420)
each
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Garden Flags

Garden stakes & flag poles sold separately in store.

A Spoiled Rotten Dog Lives Here!
Garden Flag (12" x 18") #38005 
Standard Flag (28" x 40") #38012 

A Spoiled Rotten Cat Lives Here!
Garden Flag (12" x 18") #38003 
Standard Flag (28" x 40") #38011 

     
Cool Yule Pet Bandanas
Assorted pet bandanas come in 4 different Christmas colored designs, one just as cute as the next! Available in two sizes, small and large. Please specify size when ordering. (Item #16776) each
   

 

Jingles Pet Collars & Leashes
Assorted pet collars available in collar sizes 12", 16", 20" and 24". All leashes are a standard 60" long. Assorted colors & designs, due to depleting stock levels, please allow us to select the color/s for you.

Small 12" Collar (Item #16893)

Medium 16" Collar (Item #16894)

Large 20" Collar (Item #16895)

X-Large 24" Collar (Item #16896)

60" Leashes (Item #16887) each

   

Soft Spots Musical Plush Dogs
Small plush musical holiday dogs play "Santa Claus is Coming to Town"  (Item #15400) each
   
Soft Spots Musical Plush Penguins
Small plush musical holiday penguins play "We Wish You A Merry Christmas"  (Item #15401) each
       
Pet Frame Ornaments
Give your pet that special place on your tree or display prominently on a hanger for all to see. Two shapes available, as shown. 2" x 3.5".  (Item #22929) each
   
Our Beloved Pet Memorial Garden Stone
11" x 6" (Item #38723) $21.00

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Our Beloved Pet Memorial Garden Stone
18" x 8" x 4" (Item #38732) $48.00

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'In Memory of A Faithful Friend and Companion' Pet Memorial Garden Stone
11" x 8" (Item #38712)

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'Wipe Your Paws' Garden Stone
12" x 14.5" (Item #38725) $28.00

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Cat Angel Pin
(Item #13246)
Julian of Norwich, Patron of Cats
Julian, born in England in 1342, was an anchoress in the medieval city of Norwich. A medieval anchoress like Julian lived in a cell built into the wall of a church. Julian's function was to pray, to be still, and to give counsel to any who sought her advice. Many medieval anchoresses kept cats as mousers, and a longstanding legend has it that Julian too had a cat in her cell: a stained-glass church window in Norwich, for instance, shows Julian with her cat. Cats, being great masters of stillness and contemplation in their own right, would have been fitting companions for those who, like Julian, prayed for long hours. We can imagine the two contemplatives–Julian and her cat–still and at peace together. Julian died in 1416, and the site of her and her cat's cell is a place of pilgrimage to this day. Dimensions: 5 (h) x 5 (w) x 1.5 (d) inches  (Item #15118) $30.00
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Julian of Norwich, Patron of Cats; Teacher of Being Well
Julian, born in 1342, was an anchoress in Norwich, England. A medieval anchoress like Julian spent her life in a cell attached to the wall of a church. Julian's function was to pray and to give counsel. Many medieval anchoresses kept cats as mousers, and a longstanding legend holds that Julian had a cat in her cell. Julian was also a mystic and the first woman to write a book in English. Her book, Showings of Divine Love, is a description and analysis of her visions. In one passage she writes: “He [God] also showed me a little thing, the size of a hazelnut, lying in the palm of my hand. I looked at it with the eyes of my understanding and thought, `What can this be?’ My question was answered in this fashion: `It is everything that is made.’ I marveled at how this could be, for it seemed to me that it might suddenly fall into nothingness, it was so small. An answer for this was given to my understanding: ‘It lasts, and ever shall last, because God loves it.’” Julian had seen in the hazelnut what mystics in all faiths (and many scientists) have stated: if one can view any one thing–no matter how lowly or despicable–with absolute clarity, then all things and the basis of reality are revealed and one can be at peace. Another well-known passage from Julian summarizes the peace that resulted from her revelations: “All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well.” In this statue, Julian holds the revelatory hazelnut in her right hand and a contemplative cat in her left arm. Dimensions: 9.5 (h) x 4 (w) x 2 (d) inches (Item #15111) $45.00
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Julian of Norwich, Patron of Cats: Cat Tag
Julian, born in England in 1342, was an anchoress in the medieval city of Norwich. A medieval anchoress like Julian lived in a cell built into the wall of a church. Julian's function was to pray and to give counsel to any who sought her advice. Many medieval anchoresses kept cats as mousers, and a longstanding legend has it that Julian too had a cat in her cell. Cats, being great masters of stillness and contemplatives in their own right, would have been fitting companions for those who, like Julian, prayed for long hours. Julian died in 1416, and the site of her and her cat's cell is a place of pilgrimage to this day. 1" high
(Item #15292) $20.00
Made in the USA
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Each medal comes with a card giving the history of the saint. The originals are carved in clay, then are cast in lead-free pewter. These charms can be added to a chain as a pendant or a keyring for a keychain.

   
St. Roch, Patron of Dogs Large
Saint Roch was born in France in 1295. When as a young man he heard that the plague had reached Italy, he walked from Montpelier to Rome to help the victims. While in Rome, Roch himself caught the plague. Believing he was soon to die, he went into the forest at the edge of the city, built a small hut, and began to pray and prepare himself for death. As he was praying, a small dog came to him holding a piece of bread in its mouth. Roch took the bread from the dog. The dog then licked the plague wounds on Roch's leg, and the wounds were healed. Roch ate the bread, and, brought back to wholeness by the dog and his gifts, he and the dog returned to Rome, where they worked to heal others and comfort the dying. The story demonstrates both the bond between humans and dogs and the power of each to heal and rejuvenate the other. At the top of this image of St. Roch is a sentence from a sermon by the Rhineland mystic Meister Eckhart (1260-1329). The full quote is: "Every single creature is full of God and is a book about God. Every creature is a Word of God. If I spent enough time with the tiniest creature - even a caterpillar - I would never have to prepare a sermon, so full of God is every creature."  Dimensions: 7.5(h) x 8 (w) x 1.5(d) (inches)
 (Item #15105) $45.00
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St. Roch, Patron of Dogs
Saint Roch was born in Montpelier, France, in 1295. When as a young man he heard that the plague had reached Italy and was causing great suffering, he walked from Montpelier to Rome to help the victims. While in Rome, Roch himself caught the plague. Believing he was soon to die, he went into the forest at the edge of the city, built a small hut, and began to pray and prepare himself for death. As he was in prayer, a dog came to him holding a piece of bread in its mouth. Roch took the bread from the dog. The dog then licked the plague wounds on Roch's leg, and the wounds were healed. Roch ate the bread, and, brought back to wholeness by the dog and his gifts, he and the dog returned to Rome, where they worked to heal others and comfort the dying. The story demonstrates both the bond between humans and dogs and the power of each to heal and rejuvenate the other. Dimensions: 6 (h) x 2 (w) x 1.5 (d) inches
(Item #15108) $28.00
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St. Roch, Patron of Dogs: Dog-Tag
When as a young man St. Roch (b. 1295) heard the plague had reached Italy, he walked from Montpelier to Rome to help the victims. While in Rome, Roch caught the plague. Believing he was soon to die, he went into the forest and began to pray and prepare himself for death. As he was in prayer, a dog came to him holding a piece of bread in its mouth. Roch took the bread from the dog. The dog licked the plague wounds on Roch's leg, and the wounds were healed. Roch ate the bread, and, brought back to wholeness by the dog and his gifts, he and the dog returned to Rome, where they worked to heal others and comfort the dying. The story demonstrates both the bond between humans and dogs and the power of each to heal and rejuvenate the other. 1.25" high
(Item #15279) $20.00
Made in the USA
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Each medal comes with a card giving the history of the saint. The originals are carved in clay, then are cast in lead-free pewter. These charms can be added to a chain as a pendant or a keyring for a keychain.

 

 

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