Leo&Lucky’s flagship store is in Parrish in Manatee County. by Grier Ferguson, Business Observer Amid the pandemic, pet-related businesses have flourished, as more people become pet owners and existing pet owners pamper their furry friends. One area business experiencing a boom is Parrish-based Leo&Lucky’s, which offers pet nutrition, supplies and grooming. Business at the flagship Parrish store, in north Manatee County, has been well above average in recent months, and now the
Thank you for helping us give back to the local community in 2020. Due to your patronage and generosity, we were able to donate to the following organizations/causes this year: Animal NetworkRotary Club’s All Aboard Under the Stars fundraiserImperial Lakes’ Annual Bazaar fundraiserParrish Community High School BaseballBuffalo Creek Little LeagueFamily Life Community SchoolWilliams Elementary SchoolHumane Society of Manatee CountySoutheastern Guide DogsManatee County Search and RescueParrish Community High School’s teachers & staff Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School2nd Chance Ranch’s Golf TournamentPalmetto High Dance TeamManatee School for the
Thank you to our wonderful customers for helping us help Southeastern Guide Dogs. Your “round up” donations totaled $1390.09 in the month of April 2020. Pictured is Vicky Cox with Ryder. We are so proud of our community helping to support local causes!
We have always known pets can be super heroes – from search and rescue dogs, to therapy pets, to seeing eye dogs, and the list goes on. Have you ever imagined YOUR pet as a super hero? Now is your chance! Click here to download a blank PDF of a drawing sheet to turn YOUR pet into a super hero! Or, leave a comment on our
Thank you for your continued support of Leo&Lucky’s! We are working to continue to offer a wide variety of shopping options for you and your fur babies. Call 941-776-0770 to order for curbside pickup or FREE delivery on orders over $49.
Manatee County’s Favorite Locally Owned Pet Store Expanding with Franchise Offering Parrish, FL: Pets Plus, Parrish’s locally-owned neighborhood pet supply store, today announced its new name, Leo&Lucky’s. In addition to renaming, Leo&Lucky’s – featuring a wide selection of pet nutrition, pet supplies, and grooming services – will be offering franchising opportunities. Since their inception over a decade ago, the team at locally-owned Pets Plus, now Leo&Lucky’s, has established proven systems and developed relationships to help support aspiring entrepreneurs be successful in
by Rachel McGinnis Mourning the loss of a pet takes a toll on all of us. When are you ready to add to your family? Will you ever be ready? Is it too soon? Did I wait too long? All of these things that went through our minds. I must say from experience, everyone is different. Many of you know that Patrick and I had the loss of our Maltese, Gnocchi, a little over two years ago. After a two year battle
What is considered “local” / what areas does Leo&Lucky’s Delivery service? Check your local store to see your delivery zone. Is there a minimum order required? What is the minimum order for free delivery? The order must meet or exceed $49.00 before tax to qualify for free delivery. If the order is less than this amount, there will be a minimal delivery fee of $4.95. Is there a hidden delivery fee / are delivered items more expensive? Absolutely not. We do not mark
At Leo&Lucky’s, we are proud to be your locally owned pet store. We know that today’s consumer would like to spend money with a locally owned business, but we believe that they should not have to spend more or be inconvenienced by doing so. With that in mind, we have been working hard over the past several years to implement programs and incentives to help our neighbors choose to shop locally with us instead of with virtual competitors. These objectives
Since we have opened our doors at Leo&Lucky’s, it has been one of our commitments to the community to support local animals in need. In addition to consistently donating to numerous local charities and causes, we have often hosted animal rescue groups at the store to help facilitate the adoption of homeless animals. If you visited us on Customer Appreciation Day in February, you probably saw the Humane Society tent. Three animals got adopted that day, and we couldn’t be