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Funky Fido Boutique
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Funky Fido is a new "niche boutique" with a modern and fun atmosphere. This is NOT your typical pet store! Many of the products are unique, exclusive, and Canadian-made accessories needed by the average pet owner such as high-quality bedding, items for large dogs and clothing geared for Northern climates. The boutique is featuring products from Petrageous, Chilly Dogs, RC Pets, Fou Fou Dog, Gabriella Collection, Hot Dogs All Dressed and so much more!!

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
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Uploaded: 23/01/2013
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