Pooch Partners nominated

A Vernon business has been nominated for a Small Business B.C. Award.

A Vernon business has been nominated for a Small Business B.C. Award.

Pooch Partners, owned by Shelly Korobanik, is up for the organization’s Premier’s People’s Choice Award. To win she must gather as many online votes as possible by Saturday, Nov. 30.

To vote, visit sbbcawards.ca/nominee/pooch-partners. The winners will be announced in February.

Since it began in 2011, Pooch Partners’ mission has been to promote health and fitness for people and their dogs.

“With obesity on the rise in both humans and canines, motivating people to workout with their dog makes good sense,” said Shelly Korobanik, owner of Pooch Partners. “Not only do they save time, but also money while also reinforcing dog obedience and strengthening their bond.”

Pooch Partners provide services geared for all fitness levels to encourage people to enjoy the North Okanagan environment with their dogs.


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