Fourth annual event for pet-oriented businesses in Comox Valley

Organizers of Pet Lovers Lane invite local and surrounding area pet-related businesses to participate in this fourth annual event.

Organizers of Pet Lovers Lane invite local and surrounding area pet-related businesses to participate in this fourth annual event.

They are looking for exhibitors who have products and services that your ‘Fur Child’ will love. If you own a pet business and sell gourmet pet treats, clothes or health products etc, this unique event is the place to be.

This year’s event will be significantly larger than the previous three and will be an indoor/outdoor event.

Attendees will be able to see free mini-workshops and demos throughout the day.

This event will take place at the Courtenay Curling Rink at 4835 Headquarters Rd. in Courtenay (next to the farmers’ market) on June 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

If you are interested in becoming a vendor, or would like to put on a mini-workshop or demo, contact Jane Neve at 250-898-3172 or

— Pet Lovers Lane

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