Pet Stores in North Vancouver

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GoDogWalk offers dog walking, daycare, and boarding services to four-legged beasts in the Vancouver area, out of the luxury dog boutique The Pet Shop Boys. Your Groupon can be used toward the total cost of any of four available dog-care services: send a sassy schnauzer on a one-hour morning beach run ($20), or opt instead to treat your dog to a two-hour mountain hike ($28) while you work. You may apply the value of the deal toward dog-distracting daycare ($29 for a full day, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.) or boarding services ($55 per 24 hours). GoDogWalk is owned and operated by two passionate dog enthusiasts, and you can rest assured that your canine companion will receive top of the line care in your absence. Certain area restrictions for walking services may apply; consult GoDogWalk's website and FAQs for more information.

3080 Cambie St
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Dedicated to improving clients' mental and physical wellness, Form Body Lab offers soothing RMT massage and physiotherapy, as well as varied Pilates and yoga classes. The staff helps guests personalize their own fitness regimens, striving toward individual goals. The studio sports a mat room for Pilates and yoga classes, an apparatus studio for reformer Pilates and treatment rooms.

1008 Homer St
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Big Dog Little Dog Bakery concocts artfully decorated dog treats from all-natural ingredients free of preservatives and artificial colouring. Pooch palates will dribble in Pavlovian anticipation at the sight of doggie delicacies such as crunchy liver slivers ($6.99 for 200 g bag) and luscious peanut-butter hearts ($1.99 each). Give a wet-nosed companion the greatest gift since that plate of chicken vesuvio fell on the carpet with a mini luv-ya cake ($5.99), available in peanut butter and honey, scrumptious liver, or wheat-free pumpkin maple. Customers who come for the sweets can stay for the swag, which includes a selection of collars, pet clothing, and accessories such as rhinestone-studded brandy barrels for saint bernards.

985 Denman Street
Vancouver,
BC
CA

As owners of six dogs between them, Kirsty and Jen had plenty of opportunity to make use of Vancouver's doggie daycares. As they did, they realized that most didn't have the kind of play space their high-energy dogs really needed. So, Kirsty and Jen decided to create their own daycare facility in a 5,000-square-foot warehouse and stock it and the 1,000-square-foot outdoor space with ramps, tunnels, and toys plus a pool and tree fort. They called their new puppy wonderland Canine Adventure Den Daycare.

Instead of expecting the dogs to just play with each other and keep themselves amused, Canine Adventure's staffers lead some structured activities, such as adventure hikes and Hula-Hoop contests. Some of their activities even include owners, such as dating events that introduce singles to fellow dog lovers.

The facility's Muddy Paw Dog Hostel keeps dogs—and other pets, such as rabbits and turtles—overnight. Staffers even sleep beside the dogs to ensure that pups don't get too lonely without their people or Scooby-Doo night lights.

33 3rd Ave E
Vancouver,
BC
CA

You wouldn't feed something unhealthy to your best friend—something that you wouldn't eat yourself—right? This is one of the mantras at Three Dog Bakery, where the staff has been churning out all-natural, human-grade food for canines since 1989. Creating treats from quality ingredients, the dog-centric bakery supplies pet owners with edibles they can feel confident giving their pups every day or as a special reward for passing pre-algebra. Inside the store, cases are lined with goods baked onsite; pre-packaged snacks include all-natural rawhide, which is available in four flavours.

4548 10th Ave W
Vancouver,
BC
CA