Join Us for October Fest 2014

Join Us for October Fest 2014

Join us for Oktoberfest

Where and When

  • All locations
  • During regular business hours
  • All during the month of October

Buy  pumpkins at the Pumpkin Patch

Wander through the Zombie Graveyard

Get lost in the Straw Bale Maze

Get your Face Painted

Food Stands all Month long – 11am to 3pm…ish

  • King of Tacos – Thursdays
  • Pizza Rita – Fridays
  • Ninja Dogs hot dog stand – Saturdays and Sundays

Visit JungleTown to see the Ghoulishly Cute Pets

Hours of Fun! Fun ! Fun!

And donate to the Pet Food Drive to Benefit The Spokane Humane Society

  • Purchase Cat and Dogs foods from Northwest Seed & donate it to The Spokane Humane Society to help with their needs.

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Siamese Mixed Kittens available at Northwest Seed & Pets Sprague Store ($79.99)

Siamese Mixed Kittens available at Northwest Seed & Pets Sprague Store

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Northwest Seed & Pet has Siamese Mixed Kittens available at our Sprague Store. They have had their first shots, been dewormed, and come with a free vet exam. These kittens are priced at $79.99.

Availability of pets is subject to change at any time.  Please call to confirm status.  Pets can be held till end of business day if paid 100%.  If pet is paid but not picked up by end of day and customer changes mind next day you will receive an 80% refund.

Post expires at 11:59pm on Wednesday September 24th, 2014


Assorted Large M’Buna Cichlids for Sale at Northwest Seed & Pet ($19.99)

Assorted Large M'Buna Cichlids

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Northwest Seed & Pet on Sprague and Altamont has a large tank full of M’Buna Cichlids available for sale for $19.99.

Mbuna (pronounced boo-nuh) is the common name for a large group of African haplochromine cichlids from Lake Malawi. The name mbuna means “rockfish” in the language of the Tonga people of Malawi. As the name implies, most mbuna are cichlids that live among the piles of rocks and along the rocky shores of Lake Malawi.  Their wonderful colors, intriguing behavioral characteristics and relative hardiness make them very popular for the home aquarist.

Check out this Wikipedia Article for more info.



Post expires at 11:59pm on Tuesday September 30th, 2014