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Manitoba Pet Expo 2019

We are excited to be participating in the 2019 Manitoba Pet Expo. Many local vendors and rescues will be attending. Even Dr. Keri The Prairie Vet will be there. Be sure to visit and say hi! To learn more visit the Manitoba Pet Expo. ...

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Pet Friendly Valentine’s Day Gifts

1) This hot pink collar is cat friendly collar! 2) This zebra pattern collar is a great choice for a dog with a wild streak. 3) For the rockstar pup in your life. 4) This collar is purrfect for your favorite feline Valentine. 5) This “lovely” bag holder slips over the leash to make it handy AND stylish. 6) A pawsome choice! 7) This pink & lime collar is a twist on the traditional Valentine’s Day colors yet still classic enough to be suitable for year round use. 8) For the camo lover...

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2017 Gift Guide: Charity & Rescue Gifts for The Animal Lover

"Adopt" an African elephant calf and help support the conservation efforts of the World Wildlife Fund. The recipient of this gift will receive a plush elephant, an adoption gift certificate, a gift bag and more! All for just $55 USD. Give the gift of Rescue Chocolate and 100% of the net profits are donated to animals rescues. There are 10 different flavors, all are vegan and contain fair trade, organic ingredients. For 2017, the recipient of the net proceeds is Foster Dogs, Inc. Single bars are $6 USD. For the tea lover! At Design A Tea you can support a variety of animal rescues, while creating your own tasty tea blend. Choose from a variety of tea bases (oolong, black, green, roobios) and add up to 2 flavors. Prices start at $4.95 USD. Everyone needs a new calendar. Why not start the year off right, with a Sochi Dog Rescue Calendar,...

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3 Easy Ways to Keep Your Dog Looking Their Best

how to keep your dog looking their bestWhether you prefer DIY grooming or just want to extend the time between trips to the groomers, here are a few easy ways to keep your dog looking and feeling his/her best.

Nail Trims

For some people (and dogs), nail trimming can be a daunting task, but with a little practice and a few treats, it can be a positive experience for everyone. Begin by getting your dog used to have their feet touched (don’t forget to reward your dog and to keep the sessions short).