If you’re one of those people who likes to take their dog everywhere, there’s a business in Long Branch where they’ll always be welcome: Doggie Sweets, a cafe and dog shop at Pier Village in Long Branch.
Doggie Sweets is the brain child of Patricia Dill, whose dog-sitting business disappeared during the pandemic, according to Asbury Park Press. The cafe grew out of an online business and food truck (the Doggie Sweets Waggin) with the cafe opening last May. .
There is ice cream for the dogs.
She told the APP, “We’re a destination, like a Starbucks for dogs.”
They have all kinds of dog treats.
This is a slow feed for dogs that eat too quickly.
There are cannabis-themed toys.
Besides being a cafe, they also sell dog clothes, dog toys, and food; they even have an entire birthday section. They also organize adoption events.
They have LOTS of toys.
She told APP that her customer base is wide, “We have wealthy people who live above the store and people who come from New York or Connecticut just for us, but also Long Branch residents who come to us. say they’ve lived there, all their lives.”
Even though the store is open, the Doggie Sweets Waggin is still hitting the road.
They Look Like People Food, But They’re Dog Treats
The store is located on Melrose Terrace and is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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