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  1. The Granville Island Pet Treatery, makers of the Nutra Supplement TreatsTM range – a handmade assortment of therapeutic treats uniquely formulated to deliver the health benefits of traditional ...

  2. 1253 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9 Website Directions Granville Island Hotel allows three pets of any size for an additional fee of CAD 25 per night. Both dogs and cats are welcome, but four-legged guests may not be left in rooms unattended. Dog treats are always available, and there is a grassy pet relief area on the property. Check Rates

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    • April 11, 2022
    • 1253 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9
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  4. All Aboard 2019 | Granville Island All Aboard 2019 Saturday, November 16, 2019 to Sunday, November 17, 2019 Ocean Art Works - Covered outdoor public space & pavillion 1531 Johnston Street Vancouver, BC Vancouver Skateboard Coalition and Granville Island presents All Aboard, a two-day family friendly celebration of skateboard community and culture.

  5. Here’s the scoop on our favorite pet friendly hotels, dog friendly activities, and restaurants that allow dogs in Granville. Places to Stay with Your Dog Small Batch Lodging Granville, OH Small Batch Lodging welcomes one pet up to 90 lbs for an additional fee of $75 per stay. Guests with pets are only permitted in the Broadway Guest House.…

  6. Granville Island. Vancouver, British Columbia. V6H 3S3. 604-666-6655. Get Map or Directions. Once home to industrial factories, this area is popular for it's public market, art studios, and restaurants. Pets are not allowed inside the public marketplace because of the food, but your pooch can walk along the sidewalks and the Sea Wall with you.

  7. Jan 28, 2022 · Earth Day on Granville Island April 20, 2022 Friday, April 22nd is Earth Day, and one of the biggest mistakes we, as individuals, make when thinking about the environment, and our role in protecting our planet, is to think that any change we make is too small.

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