Dog Purposeful pet care considers every detail of the environment and experience, from a dog’s perspective – including the smells, sights, sounds, and textures they may encounter. No offence to our human customers, but we designed our locations from the perspective of our actual guests…the dogs!
Using our Dog Purposeful approach, we have updated our staff training, practices and made investments and renovations at each of our facilities, including a new, custom facility in Olympic Village.
We are confident that prioritizing a dog’s perspective into the forefront of our design has a positive, lasting impact on their experience. The Dog Purposeful approach has been custom developed by Jet Pet.
While our customers rave about the warm welcome at our entryways, the fun energy in our social areas, and our cosy suites, what we are most proud of is the impression we make on our furry four-legged guests!
For the past several years, we have focused our thinking on a simple, yet important question – how do our furry friends feel when they are dropped off at Jet Pet? We turned to canine experts to help us develop this innovative approach to pet care – we call it, Dog Purposeful.
Canine experts agree that environment, and activity, are huge factors in how safe and happy a dog feels and we took this to heart. Through research and consultation with experts we eliminated stress triggers and found ways to provide routine while your pet is in our care.
Fay Egan, Co-Owner and Director of Operations at Jet Pet Resort, trained at University College Dublin, Ireland as a Veterinary Technician. She worked as Practice Manager of City Centre Veterinary group in Dublin, and frequently volunteered with animal organizations. Fay moved to Vancouver in 2014 where she joined the Jet Pet team to continue her passion-led work with animals. Her unique blend of expertise in health and care, global experience, and genuine love for animals makes her a unique and valuable addition to the Jet Pet team.
Tricia Sverre of Canine Align Training. Tricia is a graduate of Karen Pryor Academy’s Professional Dog Training program (KPA-CTP), a Certified Professional Dog Trainer – Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA), and a professional member of APDT (The Association of Professional Dog Trainers). Tricia had the honour of working at Calgary Humane Society as an Animal Behaviour Counsellor. There, she worked with hundreds of shelter dogs with varying behavioural needs. She also instructed group puppy and adult dog training classes for the public through the shelter.