5 Popular Pet Trends In Calgary

Here’s what’s cool in the critter world if you're looking to pamper your pet.



 

Animal Aromatherapy 

Ashbury Cottage

Illustrations by Mary Haasdyk

Ashbury Cottage can address health concerns such as anxiety, arthritis, digestive disorders and low energy levels through exposing your pet to the healing powers of essential oils. 

403-305-6545, ashburycottage.com


Massage Therapy  

Pawsitive Touch Canine Massage

Perfect for increasing competitive performance, muscular rehabilitation or to help your pooch relax, the physical therapy offered by Valerie Black, certified Canine Massage Practitioner and owner of Pawsitive Touch Canine Massage, improves the physical, emotional and psychological well-being of your dog. 

403-850-8484, pawsitivetouchmassage.ca


Canine in Colour 

Pawsitively Pooched

Freshen up your pet’s look with a fun, wash-out colour applied by Pawsitively Pooched’s experienced groomers. 

728 Northmount Dr. N.W., 403-241-5030, pawsitivelypooched.com 


Mobile Vets 

Vets to Go

It’s bad enough when pets get sick, but the added stress of a car ride to the vet can make it that much worse for the animal. Vets to Go provides a full range of vet services in the comfort of your home, including compassionate end-of-life care.

1-888-995-8387, 635 36 Ave. N.E., vetstogo.com


Health Nut Pups

Back to Basics Raw Pet Food

Raw food is a trend not only for pet-parents, but for their furry friends, too. Back to Basics Raw Pet Food can meet all your dog’s nutritional needs by supplying nutrient-rich, raw ground meals, as well as bones and supplements. 

8203 31 St. S.E., 403-771-7950, backtobasicsrawpetfood.com

 

This article appears in the October 2016 issue of Avenue Calgary. Subscribe here. 

 

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