Who is your Vet? Demystifying the facts!

No matter what day, no matter what kind of weather and no matter what kind of dog, all of our furry canine family members need time with their friends. Dogs are considered one of the most social of all animals and have an instinctive need to communicate with their own species. In fact, it has been speculated that dogs who haven’t had the chance to spend time with a pack and learn from their behaviour are more withdrawn, experience more fear and show far greater signs of aggression and destructive behaviour than those who are able to get regular pack play.
• Nearly 3000 sq. feet of play area both inside and out.
• We have a small dogs and seniors side, as well as a regular play area.
• There are cozy spaces for naps and plenty of gym equipment for playing.
• Safety is our number one priority and therefore they are under constant staff supervision.
• Our daycare service is very flexible. You can drop off any day, anytime during our regular hours of operation.
You can ask almost any of our doggy daycare customers if they have noticed a difference in their dog’s behaviour since bringing them to Just About Pets Wellness Centre’s doggy daycare and they’ll tell you that their dog is calmer, more likeable, more sociable and more confidant after spending time with us. We have helped countless dogs work through numerous social and behavioural issues by providing them patient and steady hand coaching in a pack situation. However, no one teaches your pooches more than their own peers, and our fabulous, fun facility gives them plenty of opportunity to learn. So, the Just About Pets Wellness Centre Doggy Daycare can make two promises: one, that your pets will always be supervised and safe; and two, that they’ll be so tired and happy after their visit they’ll sleep soundly then beg to come back.

Whether it’s a show quality cut for a Standard Poodle, a grime rinsing bath for your Golden Lab, or a nail trim for your Dachshund, the Just About Pets Wellness Centre grooming room can handle the job. Both Dogs and Cats need regular grooming to be healthy and the Just About Pets Wellness Centre has the best you can find. Patience and tenderness, combined with award winning skill, our pet groomers are able to achieve whatever type of grooming you’re looking for. In fact, our reputation is such, that we often receive referrals from other groomers because of our ability to create a positive experience for the animals we groom, no matter what their past.
Just About Pets grooming salon can handle any breed of dog or cat. Our prices, starting at $19.99, are very reasonable, but are dependant on the specifics of your pet, therefore we recommend calling us directly to book your appointment and to receive a more specific quote. Our grooming operates Monday through Saturday, starting at 8:30am, but you can call to book an appointment 7 days a week.

Purrfect Pet Care Services Available

Hello everyone,
I am offering reliable and quality pet care services at reasonable rates tailored to each pets individual needs.

Your pet’s health, safety and happiness is always my top priority!

● I am VOA certified (Veterinary Assistance). I graduated from the Surrey Community College in 2014.

● In 2015 I worked at a canine wellness center called Waterworkz Paw Spa. I was an assistant for the hydrotherapists and animal chiropractor.

● I have also done years of volunteering at local animal shelters. S.A.R.A Society & Action for animals in distress society (A.F.A)

I am offering pet care services for cats, dogs, birds, fish and small caged animals.

I can make house calls or do dog/cat walks, administer meds, basic grooming (bathing, brushing, nail trims and ear cleaning), pet sitting, etc.

I do not currently offer trimming or styling for dogs. However I have considered taking grooming courses to become a certified groomer in the future.

Prices:

House call/pet sit – $15 per 30-60 min visit
1 × day – $15
2 × day – $25
3 × day – $40
(up to 5 pets, for additional pets, it will be $5 per pet per visit)

Dog/cat walking – $15 per 30-90 min.
Small dog/cat bath – $40
Large dog bath – $50
Small dog/cat & small animal nail trim – $10
Large dog nail trim $15

Overnight Pet sitting is available.

These are standard prices, if you need weekly rates or bundled prices for multiple pets or continuous services then I am more than happy to discuss a reasonable rate for your pet’s needs.

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Off leash dog park located at Old Yale Road and 224 Street. 

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This small dog park is located at 71 Avenue and 198B Street.

The Glen Iris Veterinary Hospital and Cattery has been operating in the community for around 34 years. For us veterinary care is effective for a wide variety of conditions. Our customers know by experience that they can rely on us for sound advice and treatment options and that their pet is in the very best hands with our team. We provide a full range of services to our clients and their animals, with extended hours in the evenings. With our friendly veterinary surgeons here on the grounds, we allow you to choose what types of treatments you desire for your pet with due care.

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