Welcome to our PAH Site!

Pets At Home is located in Georgetown Ontario Canada and is the Canadian Registered Trademark of Linda McClure. We are so thrilled to be in our 27th year of working with Georgetown's Pet Population.

Pets At Home provides a variety of services including private walks for the quiet intellectual types, group walks for the social and charismatic types, and pet sitting for the homebody types!

 

What people are saying about us:

Hiring Pets At Home did wonders for my peace of mind and my dogs' well-being." – Sarah M.

"I would recommend them to anyone whether you have a cat or a dog." --  Katie W.

I am SO grateful their services exist.  Pets At Home really are the best dog walking service hands down!!!" – Larry T.


 

Linda McClure, Owner of Pets at Home® provides the most knowledgeable, professional and reliable Pet Care Services for your Dogs and Cats.

We have the best Team of Pet Specialists that work closely with every Client to provide and recognize the individual needs of each dog or cat in our care.

When looking for a Dog Walking, Doggy Day Care Company or
Dog Trainer the first thing you must do is...
Think like you're the Hiring Manager and you are interviewing a candidate for a job. Look and ask for credentials, accomplishments and proven training successes. Please remember to ask for proof of Liability Insurance which will include bonding. Standard police checks will also give you peace of mind.

 

K9Recess Dog Walking & Doggie DayCare Adventure Programs
Click link to fetch more information

Rufus & Dragon, Clifford, and Lola, Pebbles & Bean


 

 

 

 

Big or Small.... we walk 'em all!
Check out some of our
"K9RecessMembers"

 

PAH HONOUR ROLL

Help for New Puppy Parents!

Now that you have selected your new puppy, you need to make sure that you, your family and even your home and property are prepared for the new addition.


Tips for New Puppy Parents

 

Parenting Styles

Factors Influencing Dog Training

Dog Bone Carabineer and other "fun" shapes in our Pet store

 

 

House Rules

1. The dog is not allowed in the house.

2. Okay, the dog is allowed in the house, but only in certain rooms.

3. The dog is allowed in all rooms, but has to stay off the furniture.

4. The dog can get on the old furniture only, but has to stay off the new couch.

5. Fine, the dog is allowed on all the furniture, but is not allowed to sleep with the humans on the bed.

6. Okay, the dog is allowed on the bed, but only by invitation.

7. The dog can sleep on the bed whenever he wants, but not under the covers.

8. The dog can sleep under the covers by invitation only.

9. The dog can sleep under the covers every night.

10. Humans must ask permission to sleep under the covers with the dog.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Purr-fect At Home
click on link for more information

 

 

What is Dog Training?

Owner's Perspective: Formal, structured sessions to teach their dog to obey.
Trainers Perspective: Any time you interact with your dog
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Do Any Of These Behaviours
Look Familiar?


WE CAN HELP !

 

K9Recess &
Doggy DayCare Members
At Play

 

Petsathome® is going Environmentally Green & You Can Too!
Lets work Together and Help Our Planet.

 

Accredited, Experienced, Certified - What does it all mean? click on link to fetch

 

Extreme Sheep Herding Video. This is awesome!
Click to fetch border collies at work

 

 

Alpha or Leader?

Fetch-it

From Our End of the Leash Newsletter

On Sunday November 2, 2008 we participated in our first Rally Obedience Trial in London Ontario.....Fetch Our Results

 

Choosing the Right Puppy
You wouldn't buy a house without a real estate expert to help you through the process….the same holds true when buying a puppy you’All have a relationship with for 12 – 15 years!
Fetch Full Article

Pet Emergencies/First Aid
Dr. Kim Boudreau BSc, MSc, DVM
fetch article
Pet Emergencies and First Aid

Top Ten Ways to Care for
your Dog

1. ID
Outfit your pup with a dog collar and dog ID tags that include your name, address, and telephone number.
2. Vaccinate
Follow local laws for licensing your dog and vaccinating him for rabies.
3. Control
Follow this simple rule — off property, on leash.
4. Protect
Give your dog proper shelter.
5. Health Check
Take your dog to the veterinarian for regular check-ups.
6. Responsibility
Spay or neuter your dog.
7. Nourish
Give your pooch a nutritionally balanced diet, including constant access to fresh water.
8. Teach
Enroll your dog in a training class.
9. Exercise
Give your dog enough exercise to keep him physically fit (but not exhausted).
10. Love
Be loyal to and patient with your faithful companion.


 

 

Ever Wonder Why Dogs have shorter lives than humans....a little boy has the answer

 

 

Pets At Home is a Registered Trademark of Linda McClure


 

               
 


 

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