Q&A with Susan Murphy, Wishbones Pet Boutique & Bakery

What inspired you to open a pet boutique? 

I was inspired by my pure love of animals, especially dogs. My dog at the time, Samba, was our logo inspiration. I wanted to create a business that provided high-quality dog food and treats as well as unique supplies to give these wonderful creatures the happy life they deserve. We just celebrated our eighth anniversary and launched a web store where customers can now purchase product online, which is very exciting.

What are your most popular product lines?

Our most popular product lines are dog food, treats and collars. People continually buy new collars for their dogs. Some even coincide with the seasons.

What kind of edible products do you sell?

We carry high-quality food for both dogs and cats, training treats and healthy biscuits. We also have a “Barkery” counter that offers all-natural and organic decorated cookies. It is a fun gift to gift to your favorite canine friend.

Do you carry any locally made items?

We carry dog treats from Barkery Treats in Wareham and biscuits from South Shore bakers Carberry Kitchen and Reece’s Homemade Doggie Treats.

Do pets ever come into the store?

We love when pets visit the store. It makes our day to see their sweet little furry faces come in for a treat.

Wishbones Pet Boutique & Barkery
146 Front Street, Suite 107, Scituate



Carberry Kitchen Biscuits Handmade in Weymouth, these natural biscuits come in flavors like apple bacon, banana carob and buttermilk molasses.

Up Country’s “Wait for It” Wooden Treat Box Unique and colorful wooden treat boxes.

Tall Tails Designer Dog Bowls These wood and stainless-steel dog dishes are stylish and durable.

Preston Collars Manufactured in Ipswich, Massachusetts, these collars come in a range of designs.

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