Comox Mayor Russ Arnott (right) and former mayor Paul Ives each picked up a full case of Girl Guide cookies from Woofy’s. Photo by Keith Currie

Woofy’s now selling Girl Guide Cookies

Another business has stepped up to help the Girl Guides sell their iconic cookies.

Woofy’s Pet Stores has purchased the 900 remaining boxes of cookies that were slated for the Comox Valley, at full price ($5 per box), and is selling them at that same price.

So when you go to pick up your pet food at any of the three Comox Valley Woofy’s locations (2400 Cliffe Ave. or 12-795 Ryan Rd. in Courtenay; Comox Mall in Comox), make sure you pick up a box or two of Girl Guide cookies as well.

RELATED: Courtenay Canadian Tire selling Girl Guide cookies



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