Where Do I Begin?
If you are a dog owner sooner or later you will be faced with the important decision of where to board your dog when you take a trip or are forced to be away from home for an extended period of time.
Like people, pets need vaccines. And pet vaccinations, like those for humans, may sometimes require a booster to keep them effective. The best way to stay on schedule with vaccinations for your pet is to follow the recommendations of a veterinarian you trust.
Many vaccines can
As the season changes and each day becomes increasingly nicer our four-legged friends naturally and instinctively want to spend more time outside. Jet Pet Resort has put together a quick list of tips to make sure that you and your dog get the most out
Doggie Depression Signs And Symptoms
It is a fact that dogs display and share a wide variety of emotions. But did you know that your dog can actually become depressed? It’s true! A sharp decline in a dog’s energy is one sign of depression in
While your dog can’t tell you what’s on their doggie mind, he or she can sure tell you a lot through their body language. Jet Pet Resort has put together a quick list to help you understand what your dog may be trying to tell
Well-socialized dogs grow up to be friendly and happy in the company of people and other animals and make successful pets. Dogs are taken out regularly can take different situations in stride and enjoy going anywhere with their owners. A dog can be taught to
Deciding on a vet for your pet is one of the most important decisions that a pet owner has to make. There are numerous considerations and at the end of the day, your decision will have a major impact on the future care your pet
Each year thousands of pets in British Columbia are either brought into an emergency veterinary clinic or die as a result of accidental poisoning around the home. The numbers are alarming, especially when you consider that in many cases the causes of poisoning are from
How To Prep Your Dog For A Canadian Winter
There’s no way to avoid a Canadian winter and just as you need to prepare yourself, your car and your home for the return of cold weather, it’s important to prepare your pet as well.
You’ve heard of a dog being referred to as man’s best friend, but what about a veteran’s best friend?
There’s a growing movement in Canada to match specially trained canine companions with veterans suffering from long-term post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), brain injuries and other service-related impairments.