Atlantic Woof

On CTV Morning Live with Silvia Jay - March 21st, 2017

On CTV Morning Live with Silvia Jay – March 21st, 2017

Hello I’m Angela – I am the Atlantic Sales Representative for RC Pet Products and Auburn Leathercrafters.

I also volunteer as the Media Representative for the Nova Scotia Bird Society.

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For 14 years I was best friend to a rescued lab/setter mix from the Lillian Albon Shelter in Amherst named Nelson.

RIP my heart dog Nelson you are missed dearly each and every day – I lost my boy to spinal fusion on September 10th, 2015.


I work with close to 100 pet boutiques in Atlantic Canada to bring you the best independent dog products.

We are proud to offer many products that are manufactured in Canada and the USA. When our companies offer products that aren’t manufactured in North America, they make their absolute best efforts to engage in ethical sourcing standards.

My products are not available through distributors, which gives you a chance to present distinctive products to your customers that can’t be found at the big box stores

We believe in supporting local businesses and local animal rescue efforts, such as our “pet” charity, the Bide Awhile Animal Shelter.

As a sales representative, I am very selective about the products I represent because they must meet my dog-friendly criteria.

This means I will never support devices designed to hurt or frighten our furry friends and advocate against the sale of puppies in pet stores.

Consumers are often victims of unscrupulous businesses who put profits ahead of their principals.

That does not fit my vision of what it means to be dog-friendly.

Before I started working in the pet industry I was first involved with animal rescue. I volunteered on the front lines at local animal shelters, assisted with fund-raising, and fostered animals.

Mans best friend is in crisis more that ever these days and all of us need to strengthen our commitment to keep them safe and happy members of society.

  • Animals are left homeless after people lose their jobs or lose their homes due to natural disasters. (please consider adopting your next pet)
  • They are left home alone while we work long hours. (check doggy daycare and dog walkers in your area)
  • They suffer harsh consequences for not knowing the rules when people don’t take the time to train them properly. (take the time to enroll in positive methods classes and even participate in dog sports)

If you have questions about training methods, puppy mills, pet adoption, reputable breeders, etc. please do not hesitate to contact us.

My roots in the dog community are deep…and I am always happy to share knowledge with you.

Above all I know you love your dogs and want the best for them.

I hope you share our commitment to further a dog-friendly future and thank you for your business.


Angela Granchelli