Photos below accompany the written story “Austin Aims to Eliminate Ruff Days”. The photos show off the dog boutique and bakery, highlighting decorative aspects of the store as well as some of the food products that are for sale each day. Feel free to click on each individual photo if wishing to see an enlarged view.
The glass door to the dog boutique and bakery features a caricature of Bentley, the yellow Labrador retriever that inspired Michelle Taylor to open her store.
An outside view of Bentley’s Biscuits & Bones, which opened its doors on Aug. 7, 2010.
Neon lights reading HOME MADE DOG TREATS welcome customers who take a peek inside the storefront.
A panoramic view of Bentley’s Biscuits & Bones. Retail items are show in the front, while treats and cookies are in a the refrigerated case on the side. In the left back corner is the bakery where birthday cakes are made fresh each morning.
Above are treats that Bentley’s Biscuits & Bones can make for any occasion. Each can be personalized upon request.
The inside walls of Bentley’s Biscuits & Bones are lined with photographs of each dog that walks through its doors. Framed photos of Bentley accompany the collages on each side of the store.
An assortment of cookies and cakes can be picked up at Bentley’s Biscuits & Bones at any time during the store’s hours. All are made fresh in the store’s bakery each day.