Summer is quickly approaching, and we’re all gearing up for the fun-filled activities we want to do with our dogs this year. For those of us lucky enough to live in Vancouver, there are tons of great options - from day hikes to beach lounges.
Getting a puppy is a fascinating experience. You’re about to add a new member to your family. This creature is going to spend every waking minute thinking about you, so it’s your job to spend the time preparing for his arrival. A lot of time
A pet boarding, pet daycare and pet spa that also specializes in customer service? Answer: Yes!
Based on their grins and kisses, we know what our furry clients think of us, obviously the best cuddlers and the farthest ball throwers around. We were more curious about the opinions
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
Vancouver is a great place to live and especially accommodating to dog owners. With so many beaches and dog parks available for dog walking and playing it’s hard ‘not’ to find something to do with your dog.
But because of its proximity to so many day-escapes,
Pet owners in Vancouver are truly lucky when it comes to boarding options for their dogs in the greater Vancouver area. There are basically three main options – the dog hotel/resort, the dog kennel and the dog sitter. This blog post will look at all
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 as can take different situations in stride and enjoy going anywhere with their owners. A dog can be taught
Summer is in full swing, and that means getting out of the house and taking day trips! But your dog can’t always accompany you on your day treks. From exploring all British Columbia has to offer like white water rafting to heading to the States
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.
The greater Vancouver area is a dog owner's dream. With so many fantastic places to bring your dog this summer, there is no reason not to get your dog out of the house for some well-deserved and much-appreciated playtime.
Here is a quick list of the