This new downtown business gives pooches a place to rest their bones

Cedarville native Stephanie Ross is preparing for the grand opening party for her first storefront, Project Warmth.

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Cedarville native Stephanie Ross is preparing for the grand opening party for her first storefront, Project Warmth.

Dayton’s newest business is going to literally be giving it up to the dogs.

Project Warmth, 133 E. Third St. on the first floor of Oriel Studios, will celebrate its grand opening  10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 4.

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The party will feature raffles, shopping and dog nail trimming for a donation.

The shop is part of the twelfth phase of the Pop-Up Project, an initiative to fill downtown storefronts lead by Activated Spaces.

Owned by Cedarville native

Stephanie Ross

, Project Warmth sells handmade pet beds, mats, leashes, collars, leash hangers, toys, bandannas, hammocks, harnesses, coats and other products.

The business donates a pet bed or mat to a Dayton area animal shelter for every one purchased. 
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Cedarville native Stephanie Ross is preparing for the grand opening party for her first storefront, Project Warmth.

Cedarville native Stephanie Ross is preparing for the grand opening party for her first storefront, Project Warmth.

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Cedarville native Stephanie Ross is preparing for the grand opening party for her first storefront, Project Warmth.

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