We are open for curbside pickup and local delivery right now with limited hours for in-store shopping.. We are allowing customers in on Monday, Thursday and Saturday mornings from 9am - 12pm and Sunday afternoon from 12 - 6pm for in-store shopping. All customers MUST have face coverings and wear gloves or use hand sanitizer upon entering the store. For detailed instructions please go to https://www.thebigbadwoof.com/services/covid19/.
We also have many of the items in stock or available within a few days that you may be ordering via auto-ship from the on-line retailers and would be happy to have you support a small, indie business. You can place you here or send your shopping list in to [email protected]
Catnip! It’s like rocket fuel for kitties! As crazy as cats are for dried catnip, live catnip really triggers their pleasure centers. If you want to see a truly happy cat, make them purr with Bell Rock's premium Pet Greens® Live Catnip – a safe, non-addictive treat.
Pet Grass® live cat grass typically lasts about 2-3 weeks. Follow the instructions below to maintain healthy growth and keep your cat grass fresh and delicious for its full life-span. Cat grass cannot be re-potted and should be replaced on a regular basis.
Water your Cat Grass about twice a week. The best way to water your Cat Grass is to place the container in a saucer and water it from the bottom. Make sure the soil stays moist but do not let your Cat Grass stand in water for more than an hour.
Light and Ventilation
Place your Cat Grass in a bright, well ventilated location. Avoid direct sunlight and/or hot locations. A bright kitchen window is ideal! Cat Grass is considered a leafy green. The best way to extend the life of your Cat Grass is to put the container in the refrigerator at night.
Feed to your pet as a healthy reward or snack. Cat Grass can be fed to cats, dogs, birds, reptiles, and small animals. Adjust the serving size according to the size of your pet. Reptiles and small animals should only be fed small amounts of cat grass. Cat grass can be eaten directly out of the pot or clipped and added to food. Consult your veterinarian for more information about the proper serving size for your pet.