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Looking to add a new BFF (Best Furry Friend) to your family?

Looking to add a new BFF (Best Furry Friend) to your family?

To place a deposit, on one of our future litters, call (705) 431-1010 or email: goldenliz@petcountryestate.com

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CAT BOARDING: Exclusive to Pet Country Estate!

CAT BOARDING: Exclusive to Pet Country Estate!

First-time Feline Friends receive ONE NIGHT FREE (Based on a min. 7-day stay!)  Call (705) 431-1010 for de-tails...

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DOG BOARDING & OVERNIGHT STAYS

DOG BOARDING & OVERNIGHT STAYS

With Dog Training, Boarding, Daycare & more, we care for your dog(s) as much as you do!

Book their stay now (& you'll both enjoy worry-free Holidays)

Book their stay now (& you'll both enjoy worry-free Holidays)

Call (705) 431-1010 or email: goldenliz@petcountryestate.com to reserve! (Cat Boarding also available)

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Greater Innisfil Chamber of Commerce 2011 Community Award Winner!

Greater Innisfil Chamber of Commerce 2011 Community Award Winner!

We share this award with all of our 4-legged clients, friends/family & supporters over the years!

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Our Doggie Daycare Guidelines & Philosophy

Our Doggie Daycare Guidelines & Philosophy

Away from home for extended periods of time?  All dogs can enjoy the benefits of Doggie Daycare!

PLANNING FOR YOUR PETS (In case of Emergency)

PLANNING FOR YOUR PETS (In case of Emergency)

Click here to download our Checklist for your family's 72-HOUR PET EMERGENCY SURVIVAL KIT!

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latest news

February 19, 2020

March Break fills up fast: Book your pet's stay today!

Heading south next month? Don't forget: Both Dogs & Cats are welcome here at Pet Country Estate! Book your dogs' stay in our heated, safe and secure boarding kennels. E-mail: info@petcountryestate.com or call (705) 431-1010. Rates start as low as $23 per day for Dogs or just $20 per Cat. They'll be housed & cared for, in our cats-only feline sanctuary. Treat your pets to… ... Read More
February 14, 2020

Cupid reminds all pet owners...

Some well-intentioned gifts of love can be toxic to your pets. Ahna Brutlag, DVM/Asst. director at Pet Poison Helpline says: “Certain flowers, candy and sweeteners can be hazardous, so keeping those things out of their reach is one of the most loving things you can do for your pets this Valentine’s Day.” Flowers Lilies are frequently sold in fresh bouquets and make a beautiful but… ... Read More
January 25, 2020

Pet Country Estate is pleased to announce...

"Edinglas Caledonian Moonbeam" delivered 6 puppies Wednesday, January 15, 2020. Mom & Pups (2 boys wearing dark blue & green collars) and 4 girls are all doing well. While all are spoken-for, you may request to be put on the waiting list for one of the beautiful Goldens from a future litter. For more info, please email: info@petcountryestate.com or call (705) 431-1010. ... Read More
January 03, 2020

An Exciting Weekend here at Pet Country Estate

Carli's pups have really grown over the past 8 weeks and are now ready for their FUR-ever homes! Pictured here from 1-to-5 are: Chris and Rhonda are thrilled to be going home with "BERGY". Mandy, Dave & Sophia think "ABBY" is Super Cute. Ken & Alyson adore "CODY". Deanne, George & PC can't wait to show "LEXIE" her new yard. Dina, Greg & Eden have… ... Read More
December 28, 2019

Travelling with your Snow Angels this Winter?

Whether visiting family or off on a ski vacation, here's your "SNOWY TRAVEL CHECKLIST!" Proper Identification keeps Pets Safe. Should they become separated from you, it's crucial they be identified. More than 80% of unidentified pets who are lost are never reunited with their owners. That's a scary number, not to be taken lightly. What can you do to protect them? Use pet ID tags… ... Read More
December 28, 2019

Winter Weather Tips & Tricks

When walking your dog, keep them leashed and under control. Your pet can slip and fall which can lead to pulled muscles/ligaments or worse. Avoid icy walkways to keep you and your pet safe. Your dog can also pull you off your feet in slippery conditions so please take extra caution. After a walk, your dog’s paws should be washed and dried. Salt and de-icing… ... Read More
December 28, 2019

Ringing in the New Year with Pets can be tricky

As we say goodbye to 2019, please remember: "FIREWORKS ARE NO FUN FOR PETS!" Dogs, cats & even birds are FRIGHTENED by loud, unpredictable noises & bright lights! Even otherwise confident dogs can tremble & drool at the barrage of sights & sounds. Here are a few suggestions, to help desensitize them: If you can't remove them from the area, try to get them used… ... Read More

New Puppies

January 25, 2020

Pet Country Estate is pleased to announce...

"Edinglas Caledonian Moonbeam" delivered 6 puppies Wednesday, January 15, 2020. Mom & Pups (2 boys wearing dark blue & green collars) and 4 girls are all doing well. While all are spoken-for, you may request to be put on the waiting list for one of the beautiful Goldens from a future litter. Please email: info@petcountryestate.com or call (705) 431-1010 for more information. ... Read More
January 25, 2020

Our Pups are never sold via 3rd party or in stores

This is our solemn promise to you! Our caring, professional staff personally screen all prospective owners, to ensure our beautiful Golden Retrievers find the perfect homes. Local owner/operator Liz Gordon goes to great lengths to help you choose the right breed to match your lifestyle. Not only will she advise you on how to best care for a Golden, she also turns people away who cannot provide her pups with the ideal environment in which to thrive. Dog Ownership is a lifetime commitment: Any decision with regards to their health and well-being should not be taken lightly. With that in… ... Read More
January 25, 2020

You can help raise a future Service Dog

You're just a few clicks away from ensuring even more Canadians with Disabilities get the helping paws they need. The Lions Foundation of Canada's National Training Centre in Oakville, Ontario now features 7 different Dog Guide programs. Canine Vision for people who are blind or visually impaired. Hearing for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Autism Assistance for children who have autism spectrum disorder. Service for people who have a physical disability. Seizure Response for people who have epilepsy. Diabetic Alert for people who have type 1 diabetes with hypoglycemic unawareness And Support Dogs for use by professional… ... Read More


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