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Along with brushing your dog's teeth, giving them good things to chew on is another way to support good dental health, and, in turn, fres
Free radicals are a natural by-product of metabolism and are produced in greater than normal amounts when pets are sick, elderly, exposed
Stiff joints can have seriously impact on your dog’s overall health and quality of life.  By knowing how to spot the signs you can take e
Chocolate contains a stimulant called theobromine, similar to caffeine, that’s poisonous to dogs.
Winter is creeping up fast (I know, I know... it is only October).
Here are a few tips for effective housebreaking:
Getting a new puppy is one of the most exciting experiences for a family or individual.
There are two different ways for showing your puppy what “Sit” means. Use whichever one works best for your dog.
 
Teaching leash manners can be challenging & frustrating to deal with!  Because dogs move faster than us, and have strong instinctive
Training a small dog is not that much different to a big dog - with a few adjustments…Standing directly over a small dog can be intimidat

The Granville Island Pet Treatery is family-owned by pet owners who love their dogs and cats.

We support the compassionate, humane and loving treatment of pets by donating our healthy treats to local charities that rescue, protect and improve the lives of animals.

When you purchase healthy pet treats from us

1% of all sales goes to the B.C. S.P.C.A.

Handcrafted in small batches on Granville Island, Vancouver, Canada. Canada Maple Leaf

Head Office: Unit #4 – 19349 94th Avenue, Surrey, B.C. Canada V4N 4E6
Email: hello@pettreatery.com
Phone: 1-604-882-7505

Along with brushing your dog's teeth, giving them good things to chew on is another way to support good dental health, and, in turn, fres

Free radicals are a natural by-product of metabolism and are produced in greater than normal amounts when pets are sick, elderly, exposed

Stiff joints can have seriously impact on your dog’s overall health and quality of life.  By knowing how to spot the signs you can take e

Chocolate contains a stimulant called theobromine, similar to caffeine, that’s poisonous to dogs.