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April 22, 2017

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Happy Earth Day!

Earth Day takes place each year on April 22nd to raise awareness of environmental issues and remind us to take care of Mother Earth. There's a lot we can do as pet parents, to help with our furry friend's carbon paw print.

Here are a few tips from our friends from The Dogington Post to celebrate Earth Day with Your Furry Friends!
1. Cut down on waste that takes space and switch to biodegradable poop bags. The bags decompose in about the same amount of time as an apple.

2. Overpopulation, and consequently euthanization, is the #1 killer of dogs in this country. Visit your local shelter and adopt, or volunteer with a rescue group to help as many dogs in need find great forever homes.

3. Old blankets and sheets may seem like junk to you, but to the dogs at your local shelter, they are beds and comfort. Instead of trashing your old linens and towels, donate them to your local shelter.

4. Old socks with missing pairs? Make a dog toy out of it! Recycling household products and making dog toys is a great way to re-use, rather than consume. Plus, dog toys sold at pet stores can be expensive and wasteful of our planet’s resources.

5. Instead of driving to the dog park, how about rollerblading, biking or just walking instead? It’s more exercise and time for you and your dog to spend together, and it’s not using fossil fuels or spewing greenhouse gases into the air.

6. Consider a natural, holistic diet with a high vegetable content for your dog. Eating organic and local is good for the planet and good for your health.

7. Check your household cleaning products and make sure you’re using ones that are chemical-free and therefore, not contributing to harmful runoff into our ground and water sources.

Bark Fifth Avenue's Grand Re-Opening!!

Buckhead's only upscale doggie fashion boutique Bark Fifth Avenue invites you to our grand re-opening in our new location in the prestigious Buckhead Atlanta community.

Join us as we celebrate our indefinable beginning. Let's sip and shop all our favorite in doggie couture, indulge in catered hors d'oeuvres and complementary cocktails, and leave with a picture or two of you and your fabulous canine by our "paw-parazzi".

We have several VIP guests and speakers that you will not want to miss while you sip and shop among the finest in doggie couture.

May 11th, 2017


The dress code: Black tie/fabulously chic

Red carpet begins at 6:30PM

Please RSVP to jenna@barkfifthave.com

Check Bark Fifth Ave of the RHWOA!

That's right! Thanks to our fabulous client Kenya Moore, we are the Saks Fifth Ave for dogs. Only the best!

Check out our clip HERE

March 11, 2017

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Neighborhood Bark Paw-ty!

We couldn't think of a better way to meet our new neighbors other than to throw a paw-ty!

Join us April 8th from 11-3pm at our fabulous new boutique!

Buckhead's only upscale doggie fashion boutique Bark Fifth Avenue invites you to our new location on Maple Drive. Please allow us to introduce ourselves and join us as we provide you and your upscale four-legged companion light bites, champagne, and our very own "paw-tinis".

A portion of proceeds by any purchases made will go to our friends at Canine Assistants and the 10th annual Doggies on the Catwalk event in May.

Click HERE for more details

Doggies on the Catwalk 2017

 

We are so excited to participate in the 10th annual Doggies on the Catwalk event to benefit Canine Assistants and I need your help! 

Canine Assistants is dedicated to the education of service dogs and the people they assist, so that they may enhance and improve the lives of one another.

Recipients include those with mobility difficulties or medical concerns such as epilepsy, diabetes and cancer. Their service dogs also work in hospitals and other care facilities as well as in schools and other educational institutions.

Canine Assistants does not charge for their services, but rather relies on the generosity of people like you to make sure those recipients in need are matched with a service dog to improve their life. Please consider making a donation to my fundraising page to raise much-needed funds for this amazing charity!

Click HERE to purchase your 2017 Doggies on the Catwalk tickets! Ticket purchases go toward my fundraising goal as well!

Thank you for supporting me, but more importantly, thank you for supporting Canine Assistants!

 

December 14, 2016

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Atlanta Pet Life Magazine- Winter 2016

If the Sweater Fits, Wear It.

It’s almost that time of year again… we are not talking about the holidays, but of New York Pet Fashion Week! Before all the new styles and trends are announced, we are sharing the latest in dog fashion!

We’ve all seen the photographs online of dogs in different fashionable outfits and doing fun things. Of course we want our fabulous dogs to be fabulous at all times, however we also want them to be comfortable, healthy, and warm during the winter.


Some say that dogs do not need winter coats or boots because of their fur and the pads of their paws. However, it is our opinion that all of that is dependent on their breed, size, and age. If your pet does not have a heavy coat of fur, or is hesitant to go outside in the cold, it may be time to invest in some fashionable winter clothing such as like a coat, sweater, hoodie, or booties.

Where your pets grow up will determine if they are equipped to handle colder weather. By nature, some dogs are built to handle the cooler weather better than others. Not only are some dogs made for cold weather, they may actually prefer it. However, if those winter-ready dogs were born and raised in a warm climate, they may not be ready for cold weather if relocated from their homes.
As always, we can’t stress it enough, measure your pet! Get the proper measurements for your dog to make sure you have the perfect fit that does not choke or squeeze your pet. When dressing your dog, you want to ensure that they are comfortable and can continue with daily activities without being held back by their new fabulous attire.
Dog fashion is in style all year round for some pet owners, but make sure you pet is happy, warm, safe, and comfortable all winter long.

About the author: Ashley Daniele Carestia is the proprietor of Bark Fifth Avenue. A luxury dog boutique.
December 03, 2016

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Our 2016 Holiday Gift Guide

What are some of the most FABULOUS gifts for fabulous dogs this year?

We thought we'd give you a head start on some of the most fabulous gift ideas of 2016. Whether you're looking for something for...


- your fabulous dog
- your fabulous dog lover friends
- quick stocking stuffers
- even something fun for Uncle Fred and Fido, the practical jokester and his precious Pug.


...we've got you covered!

 

Find all these and more at www.barkfifthave.com

 

 

  1. Underwater Dogs by Seth Casteel

The exuberant, exhilarating photographs of dogs underwater that have become a sensation. From the water's surface, it's a simple exercise: a dog's leap, a splash, and then a wet head surfacing with a ball, triumphant. 

  1. Aroma Paws All Natural Soy Candles

 

These candles will naturally fill the air in your home with simply intoxicating scents! Made with all natural soy wax sourced from American soy farms, 100% unbleached cotton wick, hand poured in the USA. Soy Wax is an eco-friendly, pure burning alternative to paraffin wax candles

  1. Pawgglys Boots

 Every thought has been considered in the production of these high quality fashionable and functional dog boots.

  1. Stella and Chewy’s

Every pet parent wants wholesome, natural nutrition for their pet. Stella & Chewy's raw diets focus on pure ingredients and raw protein so you can feed them as nature intended. 

  1. Pet Stockings

Don’t forget your pets stocking this year! Transform your fireplace mantle this holiday season with a fabulous Pret a Paw stocking.

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Size Chart

These are general sizing guidelines, all designers size differently, just like human designers.  Please review each products sizing charts to choose the correct size.

SizeBody Length (inches)Chest (inches)Neck (inches)
XXS 6-7 9.5-11 7-8.5
XS 7-7.5 11-12.5 8.5-9.5
S 8-9 12.5-14 9.5-10.5
M 9.5-10.5 14-15.5 10.5-11.5
L 11.5-12.5 15.5-17 11.5-12.5
XL 12.5-13.5 17.5-19.5 13.5-15
XXL 14-15 21-23 15-16.5

Large dog breed dog size section (40-60lbs)

SizeBody Length (inches)Chest (inches)Neck (inches)
L-S 16.5-17.5 25-26 18.5-19.5
L-M 19-20 28-29 19.75-20.5
L-L 22.5-23.5 32-33 20.5-21.5

Dachshund dog size section (long body breed)

SizeBody Length (inches)Chest (inches)Neck (inches)
D-S 11.5-12.5 15-16 9.5-10.5
D-M 13.5-14.5 16-17 10.5-11
D-L 15.5-16.5 17.5-18.5 11.5-12

How to measure

1.) The Broadest part of the chest (shown as Chest on the illustration above) For chest measurement, measure the chest at its widest point, which is typically right behind the front legs. If the dog has a large girth, going up a size in the top line measurement is always a smart choice, since some additional fabric will be used up.

2.) The Length of the backbone (shown as Back Length on the illustration above) Measuring should be done along the dog's backbone from the base of the head to the base of the tail. This is from the base of where the collar rests to where the tail is attached. The measurements you see on all our apparel indicate this top line measurement. However, it's important that the dog's girth be taken into account as well as the top line measurement.

3.) The Circumstances of the neck (shown as Neck on the illustration above) The neck size determine whether the dog will be comfortable wearing clothing. If the neck is too tight, the dog would be hard to breath. There are different sizing ranges for different types of garments, due to how binding or flexible the material used is. The most important is the chest size, so if the chest size is ok the other will not matter.