Saturday, March 28, 2020

Inukshuk Dog Food Formulas information (pdf)



Inukshuk 26/16

Our Inukshuk 26/16 formula was initially designed as a puppy food, but it’s also ideal as a healthy dog maintenance food for all life stages. Easy to digest and nutrient-dense with vitamins and minerals essential for building strength. 

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Inukshuk 30/25


A balanced diet designed for high-energy endurance to fuel your dog’s athletic activities.

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Inukshuk 32/32 


Concentrated, high-octane energy for the most demanding conditions. Our Inukshuk 32/32 formula is the highest energy dog food available.

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INUKSHUK 32/32 (pdf)



Friday, March 27, 2020

Key is recovered

Video sent by Dennis




Hope your all doing well with your isolation

Hope your all doing well with your isolation 😬 

Debbie and Rocky 



Bigby and Lex

Bigby turned 12 this month and Lex would be 8 months old.

They are an inseperable pair regardless and have certainly been a huge source of comfort during these challenging times.

Greg


Stella's best leaf jumps of all time

Take Care

Hey Don and Pierette

Marilyn and I just wish you and all your lovely Labs good health and safety in these trying times. We on Cape Breton are adjusting to the new reality with our good humour and sense of neighborly care. We may not be on a scale of Newfoundlanders, but we try:)

all the best

Brian

Saturday, March 21, 2020

Dog Food supplies


CKC message about the rapidly evolving situation regarding COVID-19


Message from the Executive Director


The Board of Directors and Senior Staff at the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC), including myself, continue to monitor the rapidly evolving situation regarding COVID-19. We are consulting with public health professionals to ensure we have the most current information available to inform CKC’s preparedness protocol both with staff at head office as well as within the CKC community.



The Board of Directors and Senior Staff at the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC), including myself, continue to monitor the rapidly evolving situation regarding COVID-19. We are consulting with public health professionals to ensure we have the most current information available to inform CKC’s preparedness protocol both with staff at head office as well as within the CKC community.

CKC encourages the CKC community to exercise caution and follow government directives to stay safe and healthy, and to minimize risk. Over the weekend, we issued guidelines for Clubs when considering cancelling or postponing events that include government recommendations, risk considerations as well as easing CKC fees. We also issued similar guidelines for event participants. To support our membership, staff are posting updates on CKC’s website to keep you informed with the latest information available. This includes a list of events that have been cancelled.

Internally, we are reducing CKC staff presence at head office by identifying options for staff to work from home and implementing relevant technology to support communications amongst staff and with members. We are preparing for various scenarios, such as being forced to minimize phone use because of an office closure and use of alternatives including live chat, email and voice messaging.

While we do not anticipate that our efforts to clear the backlog will be significantly impacted, we encourage members to go online and submit their applications via the Portal to reduce wait times. Most businesses and institutions globally are encouraging conducting business online to overcome some of the challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. The safety and health of CKC staff and the CKC community is our utmost priority, so despite all of our efforts, service disruptions may occur due to this evolving crisis.

We all remain optimistic that these actions are responsible and precautionary in nature and we are hopeful that they will be in place for a short period of time. I am personally optimistic about CKC’s and the Canadian Dog Fancy’s ability to adapt and rebound from this situation.     

Best Regards,
Lance Novak
Executive Director

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Having a Ball! lol

Basketball Dogs & Parallel Play 🙂  My sister and her boyfriend decided to take both Willow & Brandy on an outing today - they took them for a walk on the Musquodoboit/Gaetz Brook Trailway and they even got to play some ball in the basketball court at Gaetz Brook Jr. High 🙂  Willow is pooped, and I'm sure Brandy probably is, too! lol

Dana




Saturday, March 07, 2020

Lab Apple pie

Rocky's owner brought this today.  It is a Lab Apple pie, not Crab Apple


Leo at 4 months

Hi Don,

This is Leo at 4 months what a great addition to our family thanks again.

James and family


Thursday, February 20, 2020

Tikka in his birthday hat!


Bruce update

Hi Don,

Here is Bruce enjoying a walk today. He is now 15 months old and he is amazing. Like I’ve told you many of times, he is the best pup!! 

Hope your enjoying the long weekend!

Jennifer 



Picture of Bradee

Hello Don...

Wanted to send you a picture of Bradee she is an awesome dog!

Pierre




Willow celebrated her 2nd Birthday

Willow celebrated her 2nd Birthday!

Dana



Sam is one year old

Our little Sam is one year old.

She's been a joyful addition to our family.  Her obedience training is
coming along great. 

A great companion to us both.

Scott and Cathy]


Sunday, February 16, 2020

Birthday photos of Rocky

Hello Don and Periette,

Just wanted to send a birthday photo of Rocky , and wish Periette a happy birthday from all of us . Hope all is well 💙🐾

Debbie



Mush and the Duck (video)

I have decided to keep this Pie/Dex male and call him MUSH. He will be 5 mos old in two days. I’m very pleased to see him this “birdy” on first introduction

Don



A dog is family



Saturday, February 08, 2020

A few pics of Stock





Rye & Gems

Hi Don,

Its was a beautiful day here on the Cape. We decided to go snowshoeing for a few hours on freshly 30 cm of snow.

It was slow going for the Labradors, they learn very quickly that its easier to follow then to break a trail themselves. On the last part of our hike the girls decided that they wanted to ride on the snowshoes instead. Gems the younger one decided that she had enough and she just plop her butt down. After a bit of resting she we finished our hike and she was glad to be back in the truck for our journey home. Here are a few pics that i snap.

Take care
Paula





Out for a walk