Dog lovers and their dogs love getting together with other dog lovers, don't we?

That's why we here at Godfrey's enjoy planning fun events for you and your dog!


We love the positive energy flow, the stories, the lessons learned, laughs, the puppy kisses, hugs, and the antics of our four-legged customers.

We have a real commitment to the ultimate health and wellness of dogs, so you'll see events focused on learning more about just that. And dogs, please remember to keep your humans on a leash when visiting us. We want everyone to be safe here at Godfrey's!



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Annual Easter Egg and Bone Hunt for Canines!

Saturday, April 11, 2020 


 Mark your calendar for our very popular Easter egg and bone hunt!  


 We’re having an indoor event and an outdoor event (weather-permitting) this year. This way, we stop worrying about the weather and no matter what your Saturday schedule, you can join us!







 ALL DAY: Come shopping to hunt for hidden eggs throughout the shop containing prizes and coupons for terrific in-store discounts up to 40% off! Yummy biscuits will also be hidden.





 Yes, our outdoor egg and biscuit hunt will start promptly at 1pm!


 (weather permitting)


 Our Easter Puppy Bunny starts the Hunt at 1pm.


 From 12:45-3pm he is available for “photo ops!”


 In case of inclement weather, the hunt will continue as is stated in “What’s Happening Indoors” (above).



 Feel free to bring along your own Easter basket. We’ll give out bags to those who don’t have a basket.



 Our dog park will be filled with plastic colored eggs and biscuits, healthy ones, of course!



 With your dog on a leash, you’ll help your dog select biscuits and eggs. And of course, some of the eggs will contain prizes and coupons for terrific in-store discounts up to 30% off!


 To participate in the outdoor hunt, your dog must be:

Dog-friendly and people-friendly.

 OK around food - No dogs with food aggression issues-makes sense, right?

On a leash no longer than 6 ft. NO FLEXIs, PLEASE.

Current with rabies vaccination One dog per handler.



Coconut cream and peanut butter chocolate covered eggs on sale for humans, proceeds benefiting Leo's Helping Paws, a 501c3 non-profit helping local rescues help those animals rescued!

1/2 dozen   $5

1  dozen    $10

while supplies last!


12noon-2:30pm: Beansie's Cafe - Expresso Smoothie Food Truck Visits Us!


Grab a cup of cappuccino, expresso, smoothie, tea, muffins, lunch food items, and more!

Beansie's accepts credit cards, and cash, of course!



Need Dog Training? See DIFK9 Training for our Training programs.

There's something good happening in the neighborhood every week!


Check out TV show "Dog is Family" on

local cable channel BCTV-Comcast Channel 15.

Producer and Host: Barb Emmett, Proprietor of Godfrey's-Welcome to Dogdom

This program is on the fourth Friday of every month at 12noon-1pm.

Visit "Dog is Family TV" to view all past shows.

You'll hear more about Cushings disease from a veterinarian, learn about the mobile blood bank for dogs, what you can learn about your dog from fur analysi,s and so much more!

The next show will be on Friday, MAY 22, 2020 at 12noon

Barb Emmett, proprietor of Godfrey's, produces and hosts the 1 hour program.

Have a topic you want us to talk about?

Want to be a guest on our show?

Email us at




You'll see Dr. Jennifer Burroughs, DVM, Dr. Linda Stern, DVM, Kohl Harrington creator of the "Pet Fooled" Documentary, learn about the only Animal Blood Bank and it's close to us, End of Life services in your home.....and many, many more current topics and interesting people in Dogdom!



Think Your Dog has the Right Stuff to Become a Therapy Dog?

Attend an Orientation Session and Find Out!

Next KPETS Orientation:  To Be Announced

 (2nd Saturday of odd numbered months in 2019)

TIME: 1pm – 3:30 pm.

 Downstairs in Godfrey's Retail Building. Park in first lot.

Next Group Evaluation (Pre-Assessment): To Be Announced

(Must have attended a KPETS Orientation Session within the last 6 months)

Have questions or want to sign up?

Email KPETS at or call 888-68-KPETS (888-685-7387) or

start the enrollment process here!

Keystone Pet Enhanced Therapy Services (KPETS), a 501C-3 organization originating in Lancaster, PA, is

expanding their volunteer canine therapy services program by bringing it to Berks County and Godfrey's is hosting them! This is a statement that defines their mission: "Promoting the Healing and Rehabilitation Benefits of the Animal/Human Bond." Sounds pretty powerful to me!

We held the first KPETS classes for Berks County here in April and May 2012. Charlie and Lake, Barb Emmett's two golden retrievers, have gone through the KPETS program and are now registered KPETS therapy dogs, so ask her about the program if you are interested.

     Charlie and Lake, ready for a KPETS visit!

First Step: Attend KPETS ORIENTATION session This is a "People Only" session (no dogs).

An application fee of $35 per handler is charged to cover administrative costs, including handouts and other expenses.  However, after completing  the registration process, this fee is applied to the current year’s dues.

The orientation session is approximately three hours long and provides information about KPETS’ mission, services, what the expectations are for the pet and handlers, and what to expect when you go on visits. Also provided is information about the many opportunities available and how you and your dog can get involved.

Second Step:  Attend KPETS Group Evaluation session This session is to assess your dog for future therapy visits. Basic obedience is needed. Socialization, response to loud noises, interaction with strangers, rough petting, reactions to other dogs, etc. will all be assessed. Prerequisite: attendance at a KETS Orientation session. The Group Evaluation is held in our Canine Learning Center, the separate building on the left, when going up to the shop entrance.

Third  Step: Two separate on-site evaluations

On-site evaluations are scheduled directly with each evaluator for convenience.

This will give you some “on-the-job” training as well as allow the KPETS evaluator see how your dog handles actual real life situations. Pat Emmett, Training Manager and Certified Dog Trainer at Godfrey's, is a KPETS on-site evaluator. He can be contacted at

Their volunteer opportunities for you and your dog include:

Visiting Opportunities
Long term care facilities
Reading to Dogs Programs
Rehab – with physical, occupational, speech, cognitive therapies, etc.
Special needs children
At-risk teens
Fun doggie parties and presentations
Community outreach booths to promote animal assisted therapy
Canine Disaster Relief connections / assistance

Have questions or want to sign up? Email KPETS at or call 888-68-KPETS (888-685-7387) or

start the enrollment process here!



Canine Fitness and Core Conditioning in our Canine Gym:

Classes and private one-on-one sessions are scheduled throughout the year in our

Canine Wellness and Conditioning Center.

See more.



"Therapy Dog" Assessment Prep/Training Class

 Think your dog might have the right stuff to be a therapy dog but need to work on a few things first?

Attend this class at Godfrey's!

Start Date: Classes are running throughout the year on a regular basis. Contact Pat Emmett at to sign up for this class.

Time:         Saturdays from 1:45pm-2:45pm in Godfrey's Learning Center

Instructor: Pat Emmett, KPA Certified Instructor, KPETS Group Evaluation Leader and KPETS On-Site Evaluator

Class Description: In this class, we will work on the behaviors needed to successfully complete the KPETS assessment for dog and handler.  Your dog should have received some basic manners and behaviors in order to take the class.  Those would include: sit, down, stay, leave it, and wait for 30 seconds at the end of the leash.  Also, good walking skills by handler and dog are imperative in order to succeed.

Cost: $100   $10 is donated to KPETS

Please note:  Completion of this class does not guarantee that you and your dog will pass the evaluation.  In addition, Pat will not be able to evaluate your dog in the "Group Evaluation" step towards KPETS certification since he will be involved in your dog's training via this class.



                                                HELP LOCAL PETS IN NEED

Godfrey's is a collection point for gently used, unused, no longer needed canine items. We also donate out of code foods and treats. We peridocally send these items to local rescues that are grateful for the items;organizations include Leo's Helping Paws, Wolf Sanctuary of PA, Hillside SPCA, and more. We have a wooden box on our porch for your items. Let's fill it up!


Review Past Events at Godfreys:

We apologize for not posting more of our current events here. We are typically so busy having so much fun at our events that we forget to take photos! These links will simply give you an idea of the fun we all have had in the past.

If you attend our events and take photos, please email them to us at and we'll post here. We also post photos much more frequently on our Face Book page: Godfreys Dogdom.

    "Howloween Trick or Treat Day" Oct. 2009

    "My Funny Valentine" Celebration Day Feb. 2009

    Note: We had tons of great events in 2008, too! We just didn't get them posted here.

    Howl-o-ween Pawrade and Pawty 2007

    Niki and Hughie's Canine Wedding - June 2007

    2nd Annual Easter Egg and Bone Hunt 2007 

     "Perfect Pair" Photo Contest Winner - February 2007   

    Howl-o-ween Pawrade and Pawty 2006

    "Blessing of the Animals" Celebration Oct. 2006

    "Everybody's Birthday Pawty Aug. 2006"

    "Dog Moms are Mothers, Too" Day 2006

    1st Annual Easter Egg and Bone Hunt 2006

    John Grogan, Author: Book Signing Event - "Marley & Me", Dec. 2005

    Howl-o-ween Pawrade and Pawty 2005

    Jackson Godfrey's "Birthday Pawty" 2005

    Godfrey's 1st Year Anniversary Celebration 2005

    "Dog Dads are Fathers, Too" Day 2005

    "Bark for Art" Fundraiser 2005

    "Spring Bling" Day 2005

    Mardi Gras Pooch Pawty 2005

    Howl-o-ween Pawrade 2004







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We’re near the heart of Lancaster County and myriad antique shops,
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Phone: 610.777.5755
Toll Free Phone: 877-436-4366 (877-4-DOGDOM)
Fax: 610.777.5525
Address: 4267 New Holland Road, Mohnton PA 19540
Hours: Tues.-Fri. 10-6 Sat. 10-4 Sun. 11-4 Closed Mon.

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