Clipper's Canine Cafe moves to historic Ellicott City

For Howard Magazine
The owners of this former Savage Mill store are putting their faith in historic Ellicott City.

Ann and Kate Bowman love Ellicott City, and they’ve put their money where their mouths are.

Mouths, in fact, are their business — the canine kind. The mother-and-daughter co-owners of Clipper’s Canine Cafe have enough faith that they moved to Main Street from Savage Mill, confident that flood issues have been addressed and that foot traffic will be greater there.

Clipper’s is located under Su Casa and the back entrance to La Palapa. There’s enough room to add new stock such as OC Raw food, Charm City canine accessories in Natty Boh and Maryland flag patterns, and new T-shirts for people from Teddy the Dog, says Ann Bowman, plus outdoor space for adoption events and other activities.

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Clipper’s Canine Cafe

8307 Main St., Unit D, Ellicott City