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November is Senior Dog Month

November is Senior Dog Month

by: Jocelyn Davey-Hawreluik Greetings to all the Furbaby Pet Care family. As always, it's nice to connect with you here. We all appreciate you taking time to read our newsletters. We keep them short and sweet as well, we try to ensure we don't clog up your inboxes!...

Thinking about free-feeding your dog? Read on!

Thinking about free-feeding your dog? Read on!

Free feeding with your pups is definitely an easier concept; your pet can come and go as it pleases and nibble every so often. But it's probably one of the worst possible things you can do for your pup too. So, why am I talking about free-feeding in my blog? When done...

Introducing Chad Pierce, Furbaby Pet Care’s new trainer

Introducing Chad Pierce, Furbaby Pet Care’s new trainer

Hello! I’m Chad Pierce, and I'm excited to join the Furbaby Pet Care team as the new dog trainer. I use a calm and collected method of training dogs. I take time to learn about your dog and their behaviours and use our meet-and-greet sessions to observe your dog in a...

New pricing to go into effect at Furbaby Pet Care

New pricing to go into effect at Furbaby Pet Care

We’re proud of the work we do at Furbaby Pet Care. Since we opened our doors in 2018, our entire team has worked together to create the highest standards possible for your pet care. Significant investments of money and time have...

A day in the life of Furbaby’s Kianna Pollard

A day in the life of Furbaby’s Kianna Pollard

I'm here to tell you about Furbaby Pet Care's Mobile Services! Hi everyone and thank you so much for taking time to read my blog on the Furbaby Pet Care site. My name is Kianna Pollard, and I am the full time mobile person on staff at Furbaby Pet Care. This means...

Back to the basics for stubborn dogs

Back to the basics for stubborn dogs

Many dogs classified as stubborn, really aren’t. Their behaviours capture your attention and let you know that the two of you are not communicating in a way that the dog understands.