Save Money on Your Pet’s Nail Trims

You pet needs their nails trimmed, now you can save money by coming in to Bow Meow Pet Care Centre!

We have just released a special deal where you can purchase a nail trim card and get your pet’s nails trimmed at a discount.  Our regular price is $10 for the service, but now, you can prepay for 5 trims at a discount and then get a 6th one for FREE!

So that means that you can get 6 nail trims for your pet for only $47 – what a deal.  Oh, and we trim more than just dogs, we can also do your cat or bunny :)

Dog Grooming Tips For Pet Owners

We wanted to give our clients and website visitors something special so we just put together this FREE offer.  We are just starting a newsletter and we want you to get it for free.  Our newsletter will consist of some special offers that you can’t get anywhere else, some dog grooming tips and just things that you might want to know as a pet owner.  Also, just for signing up, we are going to give you a free gift – an electronic book that you can read on your computer called “Dog Grooming Tips for Pet Owners”.  We had it specially designed just for you!

Claim your copy by simply filling in the form on the right of the screen……………………………——————->>>>>>>>

New North Bay Pet Store?

Bow Meow Pet Care Centre is starting to live up to it’s name a bit better.  We have now added retail products to our dog grooming services.  We will be expanding this retail line over time as we get more feedback from our clients, but at this point, it is our intention to carry a complete line of dog and cat grooming supplies (this is good quality stuff – the same as what we use daily), things your pet needs (collars, combs, odor eaters, daily essentials) and then we will add some very unique things that you can’t get anywhere else.

If you have something specific you think we should carry, just let us know.  We would be happy to source it out and add it to our lineup.

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More Dog Grooming Information on The Website

At Bow Meow Pet Care, North Bay, we care about your dogs.  In fact, it is our desire to help you become a better dog owner, so we are making more information available to you to help you take care of your dog better.

On the right side of our site, you can sign up for a FREE book, called “Dog Grooming For Pet Owners”.  Simply enter your email address and the book will be sent right to you.  We are also adding a section on our site called “Dog Grooming Tips”, and we will be releasing a regular newsletter!  All to help you be a better owner to your pet dog.

If you sign up with your email address for our free book, you will also get all the tips we post as well as the newsletters as they are released.  So, best to sign up today and keep informed.

Upgrades to the building

If  you haven’t been by the shop lately, you might not recognize it any more!

We have just painted the outside of the building and added a bunch of flowers to sharpen it up.  Inside, we have removed the carpet and changed the flooring to reduce odor and make it easier to clean.  We are still working on it so don’t be surprised if you see us painting or changing things.  If you haven’t had a chance to see it, pop in and see what we are excited about.

Under New Management

The management at Bow Meow Pet Care Centre has recently changed.  Along with new management, you will see many exciting changes around Bow Meow.  We have made some update to both the interior and exterior of the building.  Stop by to check it out.  In the next short while, we will be adding products for sale to the retail area of the shop.  You will be able to pick up your own grooming supplies along with some unique pet products you won’t find anywhere else.

One thing that is staying the same is the grooming staff, their quality of work and friendly faces.  Bring your pet by to see what Jessie, Roxy and Melissa can do for you.

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