There are a variety of tips and tricks to help keep your pet happy. Jet Pet Resort has pulled together a list of the top things to help ensure that your pet lives a happy and healthy life.
Comfort // Making sure they are comfy at home is the
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
5 Tips to Help You Manage a Shedding Dog
As a responsible dog owner, you strive to have a healthy, shiny and clean coat for your dog. Not only is it better for the dog, it also lessens the amount of housekeeping required because of shedding
Well socialized dogs grow up to be friendly and happy in the company of people and other animals, and make successful pets. Dogs taken out regularly as can take different situations in stride and enjoy going anywhere with their owners. A dog can be taught to be
As winter turns into summer, we in the lower mainland are privileged to have such wonderful springs. In Vancouver and Richmond, the sun is already shining, the temperature is warming up, and our furry friends are starting to get excited to get out of the
This New Year, take a few moments to look at how you can make a few small changes around improving your dog’s health and happiness. Here are 10 easy New Year’s resolutions to help improve your dog's health, happiness and the relationship you have with
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While many people believe that since a dog is an animal with its own external layering system, there is little reason to even consider such an idea. However, depending on the breed of your dog, the location which you live in, and how often you
A properly socialized puppy is a well-adjusted dog and makes a great companion. A socialized dog is not frightened by people or places and does not outwardly show aggression when put in an unfamiliar environment. An un-socialized dog is usually untrustworthy and an unwanted liability.
Summertime means that your dog will most likely be spending a greater amount of time outside. While more ‘fun in the sun’ will do wonders for your dog’s overall physical and mental well being, there are some dangers associated with the nice weather. The following article will