Just like some humans, some dogs are susceptible to prematurely thinning hair. And just like us, they don’t always feel happy about it! Most often seen on the top of the head, or in a tail that is not as full as it once was, these thinning spots can cause your dog to feel less confident and less like himself, especially if he is younger. But worry not, help is on the way!
Although a hat or a scarf can be a cheerful way to hide any embarrassing areas, not all dogs are comfortable with clothing, so we are proud to be the first to offer an exclusive range of natural hair extensions and tail pieces.
These easy-to-use clip-ons will restore your dog’s coat to glorious luxuriance and restore his pride and self-esteem. For the dapper dog or dame in your life, look no further than Crown To Tail. Exclusively at King Duke’s for the month of April.
Did you know that May is National Pet Month? To tell you the truth, we didn’t either, but in our defense, this is because it’s been National Pet Month every month since King Dukes was born, and ever thus shall be. To mark the occasion, we have prepared a special King Duke’s guide for new pet parents so they can become puppy pros in no time. What are we waiting for?!
Saturday, April 30th, is Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, and we have an exclusive interview with Callie, a 3 month-old Shiba Inu / Corgi cross, who found her forever home in New York City’s West Village a month ago. Are you sitting comfortably? Then let us begin ...
Our human selves are thrilled to see daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths, and shop for delicious spring veggies, and if we have to risk getting soaked in the process, so be it. Similarly, the hounds in our lives are full of the joys of, yes, spring, finding the new smells it brings to be far more appealing than, say, seasonal artichokes, which Lucy in particular rejects as “utterly confounding” despite their many health benefits. But enough about us, this is about you! Accordingly, we have scoured the earth for the things you need to enjoy all that spring has to offer so you and your pets can make the most of it, rain or shine.