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Crazy for Animals Opens in Queens

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With the opening of Crazy for Animals at the Shops at Atlas Park mall (8000 Cooper Ave., at 80th St., Glendale; 718-366-3310), dogs have new, more attractive ways to contribute to the environment. The 1,000-square-foot store, constructed from urea-formaldehyde-free plywood, lets owners stock up on ecofriendly dog washes and sprays (from $12) as well as holistic canine cannoli and cakes ($8 to $12) from Park Slope’s Buttercup Paw-Tisserie. To make sure pampered pets are dressing the part, Crazy for Animals sells dog fashion from lines like Cloak and Dawgie, Fairytale Couture, and K9 Duds. There’s a dressing room and a fourteen-by-three-foot indoor run for testing the fit and stretching legs. To encourage dog adoption, Crazy for Animals gives a 30 percent discount to customers who have adopted from Bobbi and the Strays (71-03 80th St., at Cooper Ave., Glendale; 718-326-6070), a Queens shelter.


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