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March 2017

We would certainly like to start off this newsletter with the words "spring is in the air", but it looks like winter might be hanging around for awhile, so what better time to buy some winter gear at discounted prices? For a limited time all in stock coats and sweaters are 25% off. And since everyone loves a sale, we are also offering 20% off Toronto Maple Leaf and Toronto Blue Jay apparel until March 21 (scroll down for details). And if you are thinking you might want to try a new food for your dog or cat, take advantage of our "Buy one, Get one Free" special on Open Farm Dog food (more details below). Also, in this issue, we will give you a heads up on tick prevention. And as always, if there is anything you would like us to cover in a future newsletter, drop by or send us an email

Oh, and just for fun, here are 3 cuties getting ready to celebrate St.Patty's Day this week (Joey, Meme, and Dani from California)

Open Farm Pet Food is a family run Canadian business that produces highly nutritious pet food and treats in a way that respects farm animal welfare while also having a positive impact on the environment. Both dog and cat food are grain free and come  in Homestead Turkey & Chicken Recipe, and Catch of the Season Whitefish Recipe.  The dog food also has a third product, Pork & Root Vegetable Recipe, and coming within the next few weeks, 2 more dog recipes . . . Pasture Raised Lamb, and Wild Caught Salmon. For a limited time we are offering their 4 lbs bags on a Buy one, Get one Promotion. Open Farm's website is full of good information including an area where you can enter the lot code on the back of your bag and see where each ingredient originated from and was purchased. 
As well as having an end of season winter coat sale, we have both Toronto Maple Leaf & Toronto Blue Jays dog apparel on sale at 20% off.  Order must be placed by March 21, 2017. For more details and pricing, click here

It may not seem like it with snow on the ground, but March is the beginning of tick season in Ontario. Ticks become active as soon as the temperature hits 4 Celcius. The most common tick species seen in Ontario are the American Dog Tick and the Deer Tick (Black legged tick).  Ticks can carry blood borne diseases such as Ehrlichia, Anaplasma and most commonly Lyme Disease (transmitted by the Deer Tick). Your best offence to keep these pests off your dog is a good defense. All veterinarians sell flea & tick preventatives, however some dog have suffered side effects from the chemicals used in these products. The side effects can be minor, from lethargy to in rare cases, death. We have chosen not to carry any of the chemical products in our store, as not only do we believe the natural preventatives are safer, but we believe it is best to deal with your veterinarian if you are going to use a chemical based product. If you would like to use a more natural product, we have a couple of different products at Pet Pointe that are a blend of plant based oils
 




NEW PRODUCT

We now carry OdourLock Cat Litter, the only litter that neutralizes unpleasant odours for up to 40 days!

 
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