Tag - pet wash

Every Dog Park Needs This!

Let’s talk about dog parks and how great they are! Dog Parks provide a safe space in which people can exercise their dogs and watch them play. They are also a great way to meet people, relax and get some fresh air. Dogs benefit from the mental and physical stimulation...


Selecting the Right Dog Wash for Your Multi-Residential Building

40% of Canadian households currently own pets with 81% of potential home buyers inquiring about pet friendliness when considering a home. In response to consumer demand, many Property Developers and Managers are looking to add a pet wash area to their properties as an attractive selling feature. Selecting the Right...


Pet Amenities at RV Parks and Campgrounds

Lire l'article en français The Covid pandemic has seen a dramatic increase in dog ownership. Today more than 40% of Canadian households own one or more dogs and are spending more than 8 billion a year in pet amenities, particularly dog grooming services. RV Parks and campgrounds are popular choices for...


Pet Tubs – A hot commodity for condos

Dog ownership in Canada is at an all-time high and the National Association of Realtors recently reported that 81% of homebuyers considered their pet’s needs when deciding where to live. With the increasing cost of housing and limited green space, more Canadians are making the move to affordable vertical...


Self-serve dog wash – A new trend in keeping dogs clean

Until recent years, keeping your dog clean meant taking him to a costly groomer or dealing with the mess of bathing at home. Enter the K9000 Self Serve Dog Wash, a low-cost alternative to keeping your pooch smelling great without the mess and stress of other bathing options. With...


Self serve doggy-wash poised to change dog grooming industry

Until now cleaning your dog meant bathing it at home or taking it to the groomer. That was all fine until the age of self serve, do-it-yourself dog washing arrived in Canada via Saanich entrepreneur Evelyn Rutherford. It started four years ago when the Gordon Head resident adopted Odin, her Bernese...