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How Does COVID-19 Affect Your Pets?

19th March 2020


Many clients have been concerned about the well-being of their pets amidst the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus that has recently escalated to pandemic levels across the world. While each of us have become hyper aware of every sniff, cough or sneeze (emanating from our own bodies, as well as those around us), we can’t

How Does COVID-19 Affect Your Pets?2020-03-19T01:47:23+00:00

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

5 Top Tips For Summer Safety For Your Pets

4th September 2019


Although it's nearing the end of Summertime, the warm weather is still set to continue for the next foreseeable future. For pet owners, the humidity and great outdoors can bring about some unexpected dangers. While you're enjoying the season with your pet, keep in mind your pet may not have the same experience. We've listed

5 Top Tips For Summer Safety For Your Pets2019-09-04T01:21:17+00:00

How To Keep Your Pets Safe and Happy This Summer

28th June 2019


Vancouver has had some great weather early in summer which has allowed pet lovers to spend some time outdoors with their pets. But summer isn’t all fun and games. Heatwaves and prolonged dry spells can cause problems for both humans and pets alike. You may think looking after your pets in hot weather comes down

How To Keep Your Pets Safe and Happy This Summer2019-07-03T17:03:41+00:00

4 Flowers Vancouver Pet Owners Should Avoid

7th June 2019


Summer is finally here—what better way to enjoy the sunshine than to go for a walk with your favourite companion?  While you may enjoy the change of scenery, flowers in full bloom and all, make sure to keep your eyes on where your dog or cat may dig their paws. Certain plants, including commonly seen flowers,

4 Flowers Vancouver Pet Owners Should Avoid2019-06-07T00:26:32+00:00

Should You Put Your Pet On A Raw Food Diet?

28th September 2018


The raw food diet, also known as rawism, is the practice of eating uncooked and unprocessed food. The basic idea is that you’re getting back to the natural way of eating and that our bodies were adapted for this kind of diet. A raw diet consists of uncooked meats, seafood, fruit, eggs, and vegetables. It

Should You Put Your Pet On A Raw Food Diet?2018-09-28T05:38:04+00:00

Tips On How To Enjoy Horse Summer Camp

16th August 2018


It’s every girl’s dream to go to horse summer camp and take riding lessons. Horse camp allows you the freedom to learn new skills and develop new friends – both animal and human. In fact, a horse summer camp can give you and or that special someone a chance of a lifetime. 1. Do Your

Tips On How To Enjoy Horse Summer Camp2018-08-17T16:08:01+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

How To Build Your Own DYI Cat House

12th January 2018


Want a fun DYI project that benefits your cat? If you’re particularly crafty and good with your hands, you could try building your pet a unique cat house which can help save your furniture and provide your cat with some great vantage points. There are many wonderful cat house designs available and there really are no

How To Build Your Own DYI Cat House2019-12-10T23:21:28+00:00

6 New Years’ Resolutions For You and Your Pet

4th January 2018


The start of a new year can signal a fresh start for owners as well as pets needing a change in their routine. For example obesity in pets has become a common problem; over 50 % of pets in North America are overweight. This year, perhaps, it’s wise to go on a diet with your

6 New Years’ Resolutions For You and Your Pet2018-01-08T20:31:32+00:00

Why Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth Is Important

10th November 2017


Teeth are not just important for humans but our furry friends as well. They are easy to neglect if you're not careful. November is National Dental Month, sponsored by the Canadian Medical Association and it’s important to pay attention to your pet’s dental health. If your pet has bad breath don’t just ignore it. It

Why Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth Is Important2019-10-29T01:20:13+00:00

9 of the Best Halloween Werewolf Movies

27th October 2017


It’s Halloween and time to think about trick-or-treating, costumes and scary movies. What better way to cuddle up on Halloween and watch a scary movie with your pet?  In honour of your furry friend, we have gathered a couple of our favourite werewolf movies together for your enjoyment. Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (1943) Director:

9 of the Best Halloween Werewolf Movies2019-10-29T01:20:25+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

Pet Gift Ideas For Mother’s Day

12th May 2017


Mother’s Day is almost here and if you haven’t thought about what to get her, maybe consider something for her pet. After all, let’s face it, the last thing your mother needs is more flowers, perfume, and chocolates. Here are some ideas if you’re stuck. Pet Portraits This is a timeless gift that will be

Pet Gift Ideas For Mother’s Day2017-05-18T18:27:34+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
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