Montana-based pet shop debuts in Berry Farms

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Dee-O-Geea Montana-based holistic and natural pet supply store, announced that its first location in Tennessee will open this summer at the Town Center in Berry farmsa commercial and residential community in Franklin.

Dee-O-Gee is focused on the total well-being of pets and offers holistic pet food, American-made toys, dog grooming services, do-it-yourself tubs and dog daycare. dogs. Committed to helping customers better understand canine and feline nutrition and supplements, Dee-O-Gee will have a highly trained pet nutrition staff, with two certified pet dietitians on hand to develop plans. personalized nutrition.

“We are thrilled to relocate to the beautiful and thriving Berry Farms area,” said Dee-O-Gee Berry Farms franchise owner Shawn Day. “We love communicating with our customers and educating the community about pet health and nutrition. Our goal is to keep pets healthy for as long as possible, and establishing a base in Tennessee will allow us to bring nutritious products to a new market of animal lovers.

Berry Farms, a Boyle Investment Company development, is a planned community where work, shopping and leisure intertwine with residential life. The community is dog-friendly, and with expansive open green spaces, historic parks, and passable green trails connecting the community, it was intentionally designed to connect people with each other and with the surrounding mixed-use environment.

Dee-O-Gee will be within walking distance of Berry Farms Dog Park and Community Garden, amenities available to owners and residents of currently rented luxury apartments.

“We are thrilled that Dee-O-Gee is opening its first Tennessee location at Berry Farms,” ​​said Phil Fawcett, managing partner at Boyle. “Pets are a big part of our community, and being able to bring emerging pet industry leaders to Franklin provides another sought-after amenity that meets the needs of families.”

Dee-O-Gee will open in the summer of 2022. The pet supply store will join more than 40 other retail, food service and service tenants in the Berry Farms community, including Berry Farms Animal Hospital & Pet Spa, F-45 Training, FirstBank, and Tito’s Mexican Restaurant, as well as corporate tenants Lee Company, Aetna, Ramsey Solutions, and Trexis Insurance, among others.

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