That's So Fetch

Zoe & Fetch Mart

Zoe, aka Zo Zo, little girl, Zo Diggity, cotton eyed Zo, (I mean, the list could go on!) is our family dog. She's not just a dog though, she's my 3rd child and our boys little sister. She is a rescue pup from a local dog rescue that I found through Instagram. She is a big reason why I started Fetch Mart. Ok, let me just start from the beginning. 

I was a stay at home mom who had an Etsy store making custom girls clothing. I have 2 boys and really didn't have my heart in that business, especially because I don't have any girls! I had been searching for a while on how I could use my talents, while also giving back. Fast forward to this past summer. We took a family trip to Los Angeles and while there, I went to visit Vanderpump Dogs (Bravo fans anyone?). We are dog people, so of course I had to go! As I sat with a few volunteers and one foster mom, I heard each dogs story. I was so touched by these incredible people and the dogs, that 2 days later I decided I would start Fetch Mart. 

Our family had been ready to adopt a dog for a while, as it had been over a year since our old girl Heidi passed away. While I was trying to figure out how to start this business, I was actively searching for local rescues to reach out to. I came upon Lucky Pup Rescue SC. I started following them on social media and thats when I saw our girl. She had been rescued with her 7 other siblings and they had one of the worst cases of fleas. She was the runt and had been injured by her litter mates. I was immediately drawn to her. Her litter was named the Muppet Babies, and her name was Miss Piggy. I mean come on, how could you not love her with that name?!! 

About a week after I saw her, I had filled out an application and met the owners at one of their events. I had no idea the amount of work that goes into trying to find adopters and get donations. After lots of research and learning all about how rescues work, I knew this was the business I was meant to start. I got approved to adopt, had a home visit, and finally got to bring Miss Piggy home. We spent 2 days coming up with her name and finally decided on Zoe. 

Zoe brings us SO much joy and fits right in with our family! Here are a few pictures of our girl.

Adoption Day!


 12 Weeks old

Zoe's 1st Snow!

Baby it's cold outside!

Photoshoot for Fetch Mart :-)

Spring Break

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Happy National Dog Biscuit Day!

February 23 is National Dog Biscuit Day, so I wanted to share an easy recipe our girl Zoe loves! It’s made with just 3 ingredients, peanut butter, banana, and oats. We would love for you to share some of your favorite recipes too! Let us know if your pups gobble these down like Zoe does! 

Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats

Cook Time: 15 minutes
1 1/2 cups uncooked Oatmeal
1 large Banana
1/2 cup Peanut Butter with NO xylitol
-Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
-Using a food processor or blender, grind your oats until they're powder.
-In a bowl, beat together the banana and peanut butter until smooth. A few small chunks of banana here and there is ok. The dough should stick together, but shouldn't be sticky.
-Reserve about a tablespoon of ground oatmeal and pour the rest into the banana peanut butter mixture and mix until combined.
-Dust your surface with the reserved ground oatmeal and roll your dough to about a 1/4 inch thickness.
-Cut into desired shapes and place on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
-Bake treats for approximately 15 minutes, or until the edges start to brown.
-Cool completely before storing in an airtight container for up to a week.
Recipe Notes:
-Add additional peanut butter if the dough is too dry or additional oats if too sticky.
-Be sure to use a peanut butter that does not contain xylitol, as it is harmful to dogs. Always double check with your vet before feeding your pet new foods.


Here is the link to the recipe from Munchkins and Military:

Easy PB Dog Treats

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Fetch Mart's Mission

Fetch Mart was founded in 2017 by Courtney Langley, a stay at home mom who was looking to adopt a puppy for her family. After becoming aware of how bad dog overpopulation, abuse, and neglect are in the US, she decided to use her skills while finding a way to give back. Creating cute, handmade collars and leashes, she decided to donate a portion of her profits to Rescue Centers all across the USA. 

A lack of education to spaying and neutering pets is a major problem contributing to the overpopulation of animals. This problem leads to abandoned, neglected, and mistreated animals, with no one to protect them. There are countless Rescues across the country, made up of amazing volunteers, who dedicate their lives to helping these animals, while finding ways to educate others about this problem. 

Through your purchases, our mission is to donate money to these Rescue Centers to help pay for spaying/neutering, education, vet bills, and everyday necessities the animals may need. We will feature a new Rescue every month on our blog that we are donating to. You can check out the incredible work they're doing, plus see all the adoptable pets!! 

Your dog will look So Fetch in their gear while helping their friends in need! Thank you for giving back and supporting the Rescue communities across the US. 

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