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Why Shop Small Business

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Why Shop Small Business

This week we're talking Small Business! This is something we're passionate about not just because we are of course, a small business, but because we truly believe in it. Here are some of the reasons you should support local small businesses whenever possible: Support your local community The first reason to shop small is supporting and shaping your local community. Local small businesses make up the neighbourhood, the employees are people you'll see around, who will remember you, and care about the place you live. Most of our staff live in East Van, and want to see it flourish. We give monthly...

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Supplements for Senior Dogs

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Supplements for Senior Dogs

As dogs age, their bodies need help keeping up with various systems. While each dog is an individual, there are a few categories that every dog will benefit from. Read on for help with keeping your furry friends happy and active longer. Most dogs are considered a senior at age 7 or older. Watch for changes in your dog’s appearance, activity levels, and behaviour to know if it’s time to add in these supplements. You can always give them preventatively too. If you’re unsure, talk to us or your integrative vet. Joints and mobility support Behaviours that may suggest your...

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Car Trips with Dogs

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Preparing for a Stressful Day [video]

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Preparing for a Stressful Day [video]

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Tips for Stressful Days

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Spooky Season has arrived Do you have a plan or coping skills for your dog on potentially stressful days? Halloween can be a big issue for dogs, but this guide can work for anything from big changes happening, busy times, travel, or petsitting a friend's dog. 1. Start desensitizing to possible triggers From spooky decorations, to door knocking, to masks, you'll want to slowly and safely introduce your dog to possible triggers. Remember, don't force them to interact with it, give them treats or other rewards for looking at or interacting with it. 2. Go for a big dog-centric walk Take...

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