About Dogs of Pride
We believe that all dogs should have the tools necessary to become dogs of pride and that it is up to us to provide you, their guardians, the means to help them.
At Dogs of Pride, we take care that what we provide to you, is safe, beneficial to you and your pets' health and ethically made.
You can rest assured we have asked the questions, read the labels, spoken with the pet cosmetic manufacturers and tested all our products for the dogs out there so you don’t have too. We guarantee all our products because all our suppliers do and that alone should go a long way to putting your mind at ease, so you can make a well informed purchase.
Need help choosing the right product for your pooch? Just ask us as we’re here to help. If you are looking for something particular, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who We Are
Dogs of Pride was founded in 2010 after a relocation to Nova Scotia from Alberta and discovering a huge lack of suppliers, distributors and education about pet grooming, safe products and safe practice.
Wendie Patrick I.C.M.G., C.C.M.S. strives to keep informed of the ever changing developments, research and science relating to safe ingredients in pet shampoo etc. and aims to ensure both the groomers' and our pets health.
Groomer's further education is also a passion and Wendie is always eager to share knowledge, skills and experiences to help develop the pet grooming profession into a well respected industry.
The founding dogs; Fionnaula, Jesse and William helped the collaboration and development of Dogs of Prides' own line, "Finnessiam".
Finn passed at Christmas 2015 at the grand age of 14, R.I.P. sweet lady, "She taught me more about dogs than she cared to learn about humans", Wendie says. Wiliam also went to the bridge on October 2019 and is greatly missed.
Miss Elizabeth Taylor (AKA Lizzy) is the newest canine addition and used in many a poodle workshop and seminar, quite the little star!
The most recent addition are "the boys", Buddy Murphy, a senior Morgan/Percheron cross and Zaffar, a Polish Arabian - the best therapy is hanging out with a horse (or two!) Shown below with their favourite natural hoofcare specialist, Gudrun.
Don't forget the kitties! Currently held to ransom by three, Chase is the main man and often found hanging out in the.. oh sorry, his, shop - they say it is beneath them to have their pictures on a website *sigh* (You can often find them on our Facebook page though!)