Pets in Ferndale

Luxury Bath for a Small, Medium, or Large Dog at The Woof (Up to 52% Off)

The Woof

Burnaby

C$25 C$12

Pups get spiffed up with all-natural shampoo, generous brushing, breath freshener, a nail trim, and doggie perfume

Two Days of Doggie Daycare or Three Nights of Boarding at Canine Adventure Den Daycare (Up to 56% Off)

Canine Adventure Den Daycare

Mt. Pleasant

C$60 C$29.99

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Daycare designed for high-energy dogs filled with a pool, slide, cave, and tree fort; staffers are on-hand all night for dog boarders

$20 for an Office Visit and Exam for a Dog or Cat at Tender Touch Small Animal Hospital ($59 Value)

Tender Touch Small Animal Hospital

Redmond

$59 $20

Full-service veterinary hospital offering acupuncture, laser therapy, and medical and surgical services to dogs and cats

$79 for Six-Week Dog-Training Course at All Things PAWSitive ($189 Value). Five Options Available

All Things PAWSitive

Downtown Redmond

$189 $79

Dogs learn good behavior, tricks, or scenting skills in specialized training courses

Private or Group Training Lessons for One Dog or Agility Classes for Two Dogs at Zoom Room (Up to 61% Off)

Zoom Room

Seattle

$116 $45

Dogs and their owners learn new skills and gain confidence during group classes, private training sessions, and agility classes

$29 for $300 Toward a Fully Installed Electric Fence from Dog Guard

Dog Guard

Redeem from Home

$300 $29

Veterinarian-approved combination of an electric fence and training safely teaches your canines where they can—and cannot—roam

Exam with Optional Nail Trim, Parasite Screening, and Meds, or $149 for $300 Towards Dentistry

Jet City Animal Clinic

Seattle

$120.25 $59

Vet checks over cats or dogs before adminstering additional services such as parasite screenings; dental exams and extractions available

Feline Health Exam with Optional Treatment Package at Cat Care Clinic (Up to 81% Off)

Cat Care Clinic

Downtown Bellevue

$86.60 $17

Premier feline health center specializing in internal medicine, preventative care, surgery, dentistry and boarding

Select Local Merchants

A winner in Vancouver magazine's Best of Vancouver 2010, West Coast Tails professional pet service is the brainchild of Candace Herrod, a former veterinary worker who grew up surrounded by pets. With the help of her husband, Ryan, she expanded her small pet-sitting business to include 16 bonded, insured, and pet-first-aid-trained attendants who perform services where pets are at their happiest—at home. When customers are away for extended periods of time, staff members stop by homes to give love and attention to dogs and cats that have grown bored of their toys and already plowed through the complete oeuvre of Dostoyevsky. They also walk dogs in private 30-minute sessions, brush up pets' manners with obedience training, and cart them around town with pet taxi services. For owners’ peace of mind, attendants care for pets seven days a week, including holidays, and field both special and last-minute requests. The company recently started offering equine care, during which attendants arrive at stables to pamper horses with grooming, lunging, and road walks.

20155 42A Avenue
Langley,
BC
CA

As one of the first veterinary practices in Canada to install an underwater treadmill and therapy pool, Aldergrove Animal Hospital gives pets care that rivals what their owners get. In tandem with The SPAW Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, therapists heal dogs with aquatic care that ranges from therapeutic ultrasounds to non-impact water exercise. Of course, Drs. Jeff Bowra and Sharon Moloney and their team of animal-care specialists would prefer that dogs never need physical therapy, which is why they provide preventative and emergency veterinary care tailored for puppies and kittens through senior animals. They also strive to take care of animals beyond the hospital's facilities, giving owners online care guides on topics such as parasite prevention and how to save for dog college.

26841 Fraser Hwy
Aldergrove,
BC
CA

Orcas Island Trail Rides’ equine adventures lead beginning as well as veteran horsemen through mountainous terrain and old-growth forests in the depths of Orcas Island’s hinterlands. Donning long pants and sensible shoes, riders take in lush woods, verdant pastures, and rocky bluffs while atop one of nine amiable steeds. The South Arch Trail winds around craggy turf, thrilling riders with steep, narrow inclines and dive-bombing squirrels. A popular choice, the South Boundary Trail follows a similarly rugged path, though an extra hour is tacked on to drink in breathtaking views. The Island View trail carts riders to the peak of Mount Pickett, where panoramic bay scenes and photogenic mermen await. For safety, helmets are available on loan free of charge.

168 Burl Hall Rd
Olga,
WA
US

Since 1969, dog-loving groomers at Tiffany?s Grooming Salon have served the area's pets with baths, trims, and even hand-scissored specialty cuts. Their doggy paradise is outfitted with specialty shampoos for all types of hair and skin, custom safety equipment, and hydraulic tables to accommodate larger breeds or older pets. To thoroughly pamper and calm canines, they can treat dogs to a four- to six-hour spa day complete with a massaging bath, blow-dry, pedicure, and custom hairstyle that suits their needs.

820 B12th St
New Westminster,
BC
CA

Like many dog owners in a two-worker household, Russell Simpson had to figure out how to best take care of his chocolate labrador, Riley, when no one was home. A growing pup with lots of energy, Riley soon left the house torn apart and riddled with evidence of poker parties. Then Simpson took his dog to daycare and something miraculous happened: Riley started coming home content, relaxed, and manageable. But even with this improvement in Riley's behaviour, Simpson couldn't help but look around his dog's daycare and see an opportunity to make it even better. So he found a warehouse and applied his construction skills to a redesign.

Today, Simpson and his team—along with Riley and regulars such as Lucy—welcome clients and their four-legged friends to We Care Dog Daycare. Together they elevate the dog-daycare experience by rotating the dogs hourly—while some play indoors, the others are taken out on walks, which are included as standard. They also offer owners premium services, such as taking active dogs out on two-hour adventure hikes, or older dogs out on one-hour leisure walks. Further services include grooming, a dog taxi, and training with an accredited dog trainer. We Care's staff also runs a dog-of-the-month program, which recognizes especially well-behaved dogs with rewards such as an adventure walk or a five-album record deal.

7844 Edmonds Street
Burnaby,
BC
CA

At Yogadog Dog Training studio, instructors not only train pups to control their impulses, but also train owners to communicate with their canines through rewards and play rather than force. This focus on the owner-dog relationship stems from trainer Shannon Coppin—a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Pet Dog Trainers —whose courses cultivate these bonds with a fusion of new-age and traditional techniques. Covering topics ranging from puppy social skills to equipment-based agility sports, Coppin strives to host a program that is simultaneously humane and useful, unlike training that only teaches dogs which fork is the salad fork.

7844 Edmonds Street
Burnaby,
BC
CA