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Decision to add Masks to our 3 Red Rovers shop

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My sibling and, if we had souls... each other's soulmate... :-)  ... joking of course... has done the self-quarantine since early March. Working in a busy clinic in the midst of a crazy flu season, they were seeing so many patients coming in and out with severe bronchial infections. Ok, so.... I am the person who was on this pandemic-panic way back in December. So I was looked like a Chicken Little. And if I heard ONE more time that is was fake... or a hoax... or the media... I was going to scream. I followed Dr. Li Wenliang's bravery when he was punished...

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Lots of new Partnerships with Quality US Manufacturers

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3 Red Rovers has always valued the importance of licensing and the power of brands that bring us joy and a warm memory. And applying that same feeling to our pets. Since we have focused on personalization of finished licensed goods, in particular sports, we have begun to see an excitement and growth in our original handful of licensed Disney bandanas.  So, we went in search of Quality. US Manufactured. Licensed. and AWESOME products to add to our catalog. Keep an eye out on some daily product announcements on our Instagram page. Follow us at @3RedRovers      

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CORONAVIRUS AND 3 RED ROVERS notice

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A message about the COVID-19 impact & 3 Red Rovers:  With over 95% of our products made here in the USA by small businesses like ourselves, we know there is concern about items across the board that are imported. We are actively making sure to take care of our family and yours.

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16 Year Old Inside Voice: I just love 'them' to death!!!

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A little reminder of some small but impactful hazards for dogs and cats around Valentine's Day.

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Marijuana poisoning on the rise in pets

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The increasing availability of marijuana due to legalizations may be one reason why pet poisonings have gone up.  Calls reporting pet poisonings by marijuana have increased by about 30 percent since 2009. Blood pressure can soar. Without treatment, dogs can go into comas and die.

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