We’ve all had our moments; our best friend sitting attentively at our side while eat our meal. Our dogs are part of our family, they’re just like us. Surely they’d enjoy a little treat from your plate, right?
As much as your dog would love their own seat at the table and join you to lick their plate (and yours) clean, it’s important to remember that their digestive systems are different than ours and they can’t eat all the same foods. Here’s a quick go to chart to help you in those moments of weakness (borrowed from the HellaWella)
Buying the correct collar for your dog can be a very confusing process. There are several types available such as flat collars, Martingales and a variety of harnesses, to name a few. Also, if you have a puppy, it is imperative that you check the collar every week to ensure it does not become too tight – puppies grow quickly!
It helps to have some good advice prior to your shopping trip. We would like to share this article by the BCSPCA as it is a great resource for others when purchasing a suitable collar for their loved one. We do not recommend purchasing a choke, prong or shock collar for your pet. These types of collars are hazardous to your pet, as the article explains.
Come by today and sign up for our specials and our free 2 hour assessment (required for all new dogs). Offer ends June 15, 2015.
We’re located at 194 West 3rd Avenue. For a detailed map, please visit the contact section of our website.
Please join us this weekend to celebrate our grand opening.
Take a tour of our newly completed, pet friendly facility and all of the amenities that we have to offer your sweet and petite four-legged companions.
There will be free gifts for the first 50 guests.
We are located at 194 West 3rd Avenue. For a detailed map, please, visit the contact section of our website.