Looking after the nutritional needs, grooming and daytime care for your pets in one place is what makes Just About Pets Wellness Centre in Abbotsford unique, says CEO Michael Bridgman.

Raw, natural foods a great start for your dog or cat’s health

Abbotsford pet wellness centre offers high-quality food products to help your dog or cat

You may be diligent at helping your dog or cat look good on the outside, but do you spend as much time thinking about your pet’s insides as a way to keep them healthy?

Deborah Bridgman, a single mom who had opened a home-based Fraser Valley business as a pet groomer in 1992, found herself thinking a lot about this issue after seeing the pets she worked with suffering from a variety of ailments. While routine grooming kept the pets clean and helped them look and feel great, they would inevitably return suffering from the same eye and ear problems, yeast issues and obesity.

Just About Pets Wellness Centre founder Deborah Bridgman with a show dog.

Seeking and finding the answers

Through doing extensive research on gut health and the power of nutrition, and consulting with holistic veterinarians and breeders across North America, Deborah discovered the value of raw, natural food diets and ingredients for pets. Connecting pet owners with such products became a central feature of Just About Pets Wellness Centre, the business she founded in Abbotsford in 2001.

“People often have a tendency to treat ‘on the outside’ problems with ‘on the outside’ solutions,” says Michael Bridgman, Deborah’s son and Just About Pets CEO. “But the truth was, those problems were actually the tip of the iceberg indicating the ‘on the inside problems of their pets.”

Feeding your pet well can be this easy!

Just About Pets customers have shared that having premium foods available, not to mention access to important nutritional information, has allowed them to make a big difference in the lives of their pets, Michael says.

The store offers high-quality raw, dry and dehydrated dog and cat food options as part of its broad spectrum of services. By offering some of the top brands, they help you do the best for your pet, he notes. “Because of this commitment and the work we’ve done in this field, we’ve become the expert canine and feline nutritionists in the city,” Michael says.

Learn from the experts about your options

Deborah, Michael and their experienced, knowledgeable staff invite you to drop by Just About Pets Wellness Centre at 2030 Abbotsford Way to discover more about how their groomers and nutritionists work together to help your pet live happy and healthy. While there check out their wide range of other services like the doggy daycare and more! Visit justaboutpetswc.ca online and follow the latest news on their Facebook page.

 

Bring your pet in for some pampering and a good scrub at Just About Pets Wellness Centre’s Doggie Salon.

A wide variety of raw and natural food products are available at Just About Pets Wellness Centre in Abbotsford.

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