Driving With A Dog In The Car
Taking your dog for a ride in the car can be dangerous to you, your pet, and others on the road. We love taking our pups with us wherever we go, but dog lovers beware of the distracted driving
With Thanksgiving and Halloween well behind us, the next major holiday is Christmas. And as the holiday season begins, so does the inevitable running around as we all prepare for the festive season. Whether heading to the shopping mall, the market, or even running across
How To Take Care of Dogs & Cats in winter
As winter sets in the days become shorter, the temperature drops and the snow starts to fly. Some cats and dogs will be curious – enjoying every chance to have fun outside while others will prefer
Figuring out where you are going to keep your pet during winter travel, especially at Christmas or Spring Break, can mean the difference between a fun and relaxing vacation or holidays and one spent worrying and wondering the whole time.
By thoroughly researching the safety and
Halloween is the one night of the year where candy indulgence is encouraged. In order to achieve the goal of a successful bounty, children take to the street and for one night in Vancouver, Richmond, the lower mainland, and all over the world door to
As the leaves change colour across Vancouver and the lower mainland, we say good bye to the warmer weather of another fantastic summer, and welcome with open arms all that fall has to offer in British Columbia! The brisk weather means that your dog may
We all look forward to Thanksgiving each year and as the day approaches, we are reminded of what we are truly thankful for. A little extra attention to your dog during the festivities can make all the difference when celebrating Thanksgiving and makes for a
Whether you're in the midst of a move, going on a vacation, or in a difficult situation to care for your cat properly, you're starting to think about short or long-term cat boarding or care options. Below you'll find more information about what kind of
If you are preparing a Thanksgiving dinner at your home this year, make sure to have a quick read of these useful and potentially lifesaving pet safety tips for your dog. Too often, owners relax the rules with regards to the holidays and their pets.
The leaves are changing colour, the weather is starting to cool down, and your dog is probably starting to want to spend more time on longer walks. Holidays are beginning and all around Vancouver, the lower mainland, and all of British Columbia dogs and owners