HPNW Selects Charity for Woodstock Gives Back
PTSD Service Dogs For Veterans – The NW Battle Buddies MissionNW Battle Buddies empowers combat veterans with PTSD to regain their freedom and independence by partnering them with professionally trained and specifically matched service dogs for veterans with PTSD at no charge — They serve all our Veterans who served us all.
Stay tuned for more details...Join us and the entire Woodstock Business District September 9th, from 10am to 3pm for Woodstock Gives Back. Click here for more info on Woodstock Gives Back
Looks Like Constructions Season at HPNW
Hawthorne Store ResetCustomers coming into our Hawthorne store are noticing some big changes in the store’s layout and use of space. We have removed the old grocery store type of fixtures and replaced them with industrial pipe frames and wood shelves. Displays in the middle of the store have been updated to make them more functional and appealing. We have changes coming so please stop in and check them out.
Multnomah Village UpdatesAt our Multnomah Village store the first new item most customers will see is sign above the front door. While it is new for us, we are glad to say that it is actually recycled from the Alberta store. One thing you won’t see it, but will certainly feel it on these hot days is the air conditioner this is going to be installed soon. Don't be surprised if you show up one day and the store is a different color because we plan to have the building painted in August.
Woodstock Deep FreezeFreezer space for raw foods and frozen treats is very tight at the Woodstock store. To alleviate the crowding, we will be adding a three-door, glass-front freezer. It will give us a lot more space to meet the growing demand for raw pet foods.
Recycling Program Expanded to Woodstock Store
Thanks to Chloe, our Multnomah Store Assistant Manager, you can now repurpose bags from Open Farm and Wellness, as well as pouches from Weruva. How neat and great for the planet is that!
Just bring your bags or clean pouches into either our Multnomah or Woodstock store and drop them into the marked recycling box near the counter.