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"Best Of"

Congratulations to Little Q's Closet & Good Karma Dog Training "Best Of" winners voted for by you!

Little Q's Closet is the winner of "Best Of" Kid's Business in N. Orange County.

Little Qs Closet is a children's consignment boutique that offers quality items at a fraction of the retail price. The business was established in June of 2016.

We are a family-owned and operated - run by sisters Kathryn and Olivia.

We carry new and gently loved children's clothes, toys, equipment, and more.

Aside from consigned items, we also are retailers for various brands including Melissa & Doug, Itzy Ritzy, Copper Pearl, Baby Bling Headbands, Glow-Pals, and more.

Our Instagram and Facebook (@littleqscloset) are updated daily showcasing new inventory as it comes in. 

Over 1000 new items are added to our floor weekly. 657-275-9553 https://littleqscloset.com

Honorable mentions for Kids' Business are St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School & Kiddie Academy of Yorba Linda.

Good Karma Dog Training is the winner of "Best Of" Pet Business in N. Orange County.

Whether it is aggression to people, dogs, or cats, our respected training system offers a gentle, effective, and permanent way to stop your dog's unwanted behavior.

We have been helping dog owners with troublesome pets and companions for years. Whether looking for training solutions for your dog's most frustrating behaviors or to ensure your puppy grows to be well-mannered.

Good Karma Dog Training can cure embarrassing habits, such as barking, jumping up on people, scratching, and more. You want an obedient dog that will happily walk on the lead without tugging and sit or stay on command.

https://good-karma-dog-training.ueniweb.com/

Honorable mentions for Pet Businesses are Anaheim Hills Pet Clinic & Cats in Need

Please visit Lifestyle’s Instagram and/or Facebook sites to vote monthly for “Best Of” in our community.

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