Since 2004, people have trusted the Eleveurs.ca and is english version BreedersFinder.com sites by consulting a complete directory of breeders and breed of dogs, cats, horses, birds and other species of companion animal farms, as well as services for animals and their owners.
BreedersFinder.com and Eleveurs.ca, which is still expanding, is visited an average of 40,000 times a month, or more than half a million times a year.
BreedersFinder.com and Eleveurs.ca has more than 1,200 members from Quebec and Canada, in a diversified and unique directory and is in the process of further developing the market in the United States and Europe.
BreedersFinder.com and Eleveurs.ca has over 650 breeders* and breedings registered, allowing visitors to make their choices among 186 species of breeds and companion animals.
BreedersFinder.com and Eleveurs.ca is also 390 services companies, such as pensions, grooming, animal behaviour educators, dog walkers, as well as accommodations, campgrounds and businesses that accept pets.
Posting an advertisement on the BreedersFinder.com and Eleveurs.ca websites, a far-reaching gesture!
Promote your company**, products and services by targeting a select clientele who are passionate about purebred or companion animals or who are looking for services or activities for animals;
Choose from our various options, a quality location to make your banner ad appear;
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*BreedersFinder.com and Eleveurs.ca takes care not to encourage puppy mills or other animals. We exclude any alleged breeder who does not seem to us to be conscientious about animal welfare or who is not able to report on the quality of what he offers.
** Please note that no company advertising with a pet store will be allowed on this site.
Your cat is talking to you !
Yes, the cat meows but is it really the only way he can communicate? Indeed, if meowing is a communication exclusively reserved for humans and often very much used by the cat, it represents only a small part of feline communication. As humans, we mainly use articulated language to communicate and on this basis, we tend to focus on our cats' vocalizations to understand them.
However, the cat primarily uses non-verbal language to communicate its state and emotions. It is therefore by paying attention to this language that we can better decipher our
This site aims to help you find the best farms, grooming, dressage, boarding, veterinarians, accommodation and pet camping in Canada, France, Belgium and the United States.