It depends on the policies of your local Canadian Tire store. In fact, Canadian Tire’s corporate customer service said that “it is up to the individual store owner to set the policy for allowing pet dogs into the stores.” It was also mentioned that service dogs are always welcome and any pet dogs must be on a leash and well-behaved.
So, if you are unsure whether dogs are allowed in a Canadian Tire near you, simply reach-out to the store you’d like to visit and ask them about their policy on pet dogs in-store.
Click here to find your local Canadian Tire’s contact information.
If you were thinking of bringing in your dog to Canadian Tire to explore food options – you’ll find many options for kibble and a decent variety of canned wet food for your dog. As of today, Canadian Tire does not carry fresh food options, like FreshPet refrigerated foods. And certainly none of the varieties offered at Canadian Tire are human-grade, meaning potentially questionable ingredients and meals that essentially equate to junk food.
This is where Kabo can be a real game changer for you. If you are tired of transporting heavy bags of dog food from Canadian Tire home, or if you’re concerned about the quality of food, take note! Kabo not only provides fresh food recipes, but all ingredients are human-grade and sourced locally in Canada. Kabo ships directly to your door for free, so say goodbye to lugging store-bought kibble bags or cans!
Kabo also offers a 1-on-1 call with their in-house vet Dr. Suzee (a $150 value), to answer any question you may have about your dog, pup parenting or Kabo’s recipe line-up. You definitely won’t find that service at Canadian Tire!
Looking for other pet friendly stores? Check out this blog for additional stores accepting dogs.