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5 Tips To Keep Your Pet Safe This Christmas

23rd December 2019


Keeping your dog or cat safe during the holidays can be a difficult task. With so many distractions and potential dangers around the holidays like breakable ordainments, presents, open sockets, are just a few of the dangers. Let’s take a look at some simple ways you can save your pet from harm these holidays, but

5 Tips To Keep Your Pet Safe This Christmas2020-01-14T20:18:25+00:00

How To Choose The Best Vancouver Veterinarian

11th December 2019


Deciding on the best veterinarian in Vancouver for your pet is one of the most important decisions that a pet owner has to make. There are a lot of different considerations, and at the end of the day, your decision will, of course, have a big impact on the care and happiness of your pet.

How To Choose The Best Vancouver Veterinarian2020-01-10T20:47:33+00:00

3 Tips On How To Keep Your Pets Off Your Furniture

29th November 2019


For many pet owners, one of the hardest things is to teach your pets not to stay on the couch. As soon as you turn your head, leave the room, they are up on the furniture again. It can be annoying when you have a guest over, especially when they are not used to pets

3 Tips On How To Keep Your Pets Off Your Furniture2019-11-29T01:29:10+00:00

5 Ways To Celebrate Halloween With Your Pets

11th October 2019


Halloween is generally a difficult time for pets. People are dressed up in strange costumes, setting off firecrackers and knocking on doors – all behaviour that can cause pets huge anxiety. But that doesn’t mean that you can’t have fun with your animals during this season. Here are a couple of things you can do that are fun

5 Ways To Celebrate Halloween With Your Pets2019-11-01T02:07:49+00:00

E.coli Found At Kits Beach

22nd August 2019


It is advisable to keep your pets away from Kits Beach for the foreseeable future. Nearly two weeks after it was reopened for swimming, Vancouver’s Kits Beach was closed once again because of an E.Coli outbreak. Vancouver Coastal Health water sample found over 1,700 E. coli per 100 millilitres of water. Under Canadian recreational water

E.coli Found At Kits Beach2019-08-22T17:09:52+00:00

What To Think About Before Adopting A Pet

29th June 2018


Pets are a popular companion and they’re hard to say no to especially when they’re small and cute, but saying yes to a pet means saying yes forever. Unfortunately, because people make wrong decisions many pets suffer from inadequate care and neglect. Pet ownership is a serious commitment that should never be entered into on

What To Think About Before Adopting A Pet2018-07-06T20:32:42+00:00

It’s Time For A Spring Health Check For Your Pets

27th March 2018


It may not seem like it with all Vancouver’s rain, but it is Spring which means the weather will improve. You may be doing some Spring cleaning at home but you should also be doing a Spring Pet health check since it’s the beginning of allergy season and is a common time for a lot

It’s Time For A Spring Health Check For Your Pets2018-03-27T17:13:22+00:00

Safety For Your Pets In Cold Weather

22nd February 2018


We’ve had a recent influx of cold weather in Vancouver and it’s supposed to snow even more this year so it’s important to keep your pets nice and toasty warm. Remember they won’t be able to tell you if they are freezing. Here are some tips to keep your pets safe during cold weather:  

Safety For Your Pets In Cold Weather2019-10-29T01:20:58+00:00

What To Do If You Have An “Emotional Support Animal”

10th October 2017


Service animals help people cross streets, take transit and figure out daily tasks that a lot of us take for granted. Service animals have to go through a very comprehensive training program in order to be fully certified. However, especially in Canada, there isn’t much thought given to “emotional support animals.” (ESA). There is no

What To Do If You Have An “Emotional Support Animal”2018-01-30T20:01:01+00:00

How To Prepare Your Pet For A Natural Disaster

2nd October 2017


The world has been recently hit by many natural disasters and with Vancouver scheduled to have a big earthquake it’s always best to prepared. We are taught in school, at work, and through the media how to best prepare ourselves but what about our furry friends? Emergency response teams understand how important it is to

How To Prepare Your Pet For A Natural Disaster2018-01-30T20:02:46+00:00

What You Should Know About Cancer In Your Pets

25th September 2017


Cancer is a tragedy for both pet and owner. Unfortunately, it has become the leading cause of death in dogs over the age of 10. Like humans, dogs are living longer due to advanced medical procedures and our knowledge of medicine. In fact, fifty percent of dogs will develop cancer at some point in their

What You Should Know About Cancer In Your Pets2017-09-25T01:12:38+00:00

5 Facts About Guinea Pigs You Didn’t Know

14th September 2017


Guinea pigs enjoy widespread popularity as household pets because of their cuteness, playfulness, and friendly nature. They make ideal pets, especially for children with short attention spans. They won’t bite or scratch and they have soft fur to play with. They can also bond well with other pets like dogs and cats if you allow

5 Facts About Guinea Pigs You Didn’t Know2017-09-14T23:35:21+00:00

7 Ways To Make Your Dog Walks More Exciting

8th September 2017


Dogs constantly demand walks, especially if you have a high-energy breed like a Border Collie, German Shepard or a Bloodhound. But it can be boring taking them to the same park and the same route day in and day out. What do you do when fun fades away?  We’ve come with seven ways you can

7 Ways To Make Your Dog Walks More Exciting2017-09-08T01:30:42+00:00

What You Need To Know About Vaccinating Your Pet

31st March 2017


Vaccinations are a critical component in the wellness of your pet. Vaccines help prepare the immune system to fight off the attack of all types of diseases. If your dog or cat is ever exposed to a disease, their immune system is now prepared to recognize and fight it off entirely or reduce the severity

What You Need To Know About Vaccinating Your Pet2017-05-18T17:58:12+00:00

7 of the Best Dog Parks In Vancouver

23rd March 2017


Vancouver is known for its beautiful scenery – its beaches, mountains and parks.  Whenever possible, Vancouverites love to explore the outdoors with their pets. Sometimes it can be frustrating to find an off-leash park for your best friend to run free. In Vancouver there are 36 off-leash areas in the city, but that is only

7 of the Best Dog Parks In Vancouver2017-05-18T18:07:58+00:00

How To Understand the Mood of Your Cat

17th February 2017


Cat’s aren’t as easy to read as dogs. They can seem aloof, standoffish and complicated, and many owners struggle to communicate with their cats, even after they’ve been living together for many years. But if you know how to read their signals then it can be easy to interpret. This is how to decipher your

How To Understand the Mood of Your Cat2017-05-18T18:09:49+00:00

5 Tips To Groom Your Pet

11th February 2017


There are many reasons to be good at grooming your dog. It can get expensive always taking them to a professional, as much as $50 or $75 depending on what type of package you get. Sometimes personalities clash between you and the groomer and it can be very hard to trust someone with your pet.

5 Tips To Groom Your Pet2017-05-18T17:58:40+00:00

How To Introduce Your Pet To Your Child

3rd February 2017


Our pets are more in tune with us than you might realize. They understand when you’re happy or when you’re sad. They also understand when big changes happen, like a move or a pregnancy. But just because they pick up on the vibes, doesn’t mean they full comprehend what the changes mean. When you add

How To Introduce Your Pet To Your Child2017-02-03T01:44:48+00:00

How To Introduce Your New Cat To Your Dog

20th January 2017


One of the many stereotypes given to us by Hollywood is that dogs and cats are enemies. However, in fact, they are just wary of each other and can be great friends, if given a chance. Since there is no direct competition between them, they can be a good fit if both animals have the right

How To Introduce Your New Cat To Your Dog2017-05-18T18:00:05+00:00

How To Include Your Pets In Your New Year’s Resolutions

6th January 2017


Happy New Year! The start of a new year means a fresh start for you and your pet. Around 45% of Canadians make New Year Resolutions, but we must not forget about our pets. Just like us, our pets can improve their physical and mental health. There are many ways we can incorporate our pets

How To Include Your Pets In Your New Year’s Resolutions2017-05-18T18:00:54+00:00
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