Barks, Bones, & Biscuits Has Made a Dog Gone Good Move

Commissioner Ross was on hand to help with the ribbon cutting
Commissioner Ross was on hand to help with the ribbon cutting
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Although the store has only moved a few spaces over at 11300 Lawyers Rd., owner Robyn Kline is now delighted to have increased space for more dog food and product options, and has gained a bakery for all her handmade dog treats. The ribbon was officially cut on December 2. “I am now able to stock all the dog food brands my customers have been asking for,” Robyn said, and that includes specialty brands such a lactose free. “Tell everyone to come and check us out–and feel free to bring your dog!”

Beyond the normal dog supply staples, Robyn carries gift items such as hand crafted glass bead dogs of any breed, and wooden picture frames custom made to your type of dog. Dog clocks adorn the wall, and beautiful wooden dog furniture is available in a wide range of both size and wood type. There is even a small “lingerie” department where Fido can choose pajamas for his or her master for some quality snuggling time under the covers. And if your four legged friend has a birthday coming up, Robyn can make him or her a specially decorated cake with the dog’s name and birthdate.

Robyn gives back to the community in a number of ways. She is very involved in the Canine Unit of the Mint Hill Police Department and collects donations throughout the year of “gently used” collars, leashes, and other dog equipment to donate to The McGrady Foundation, which supplies the needs of local shelters.

The phone number at Barks, Bones, & Biscuits is 980-237-8590, or you can visit their website at



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Kathy Shepler
I was an English professor at The University of Akron, Ohio before retiring and moving to Charlotte last year. My undergraduate degree is in journalism and my masters in education. Along with writing for The Mint Hill Times, I tutor in English and do book editing. I live in Mint Hill with my husband and am involved in a number community activities.