How It Works for owner

Welcome to! We are Canada’s online marketplace dedicated solely to puppies and kitties. Please refer to the following for all ad posting ways.

Register Account

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CANADA ROYAL PETS doesn't allow you to post your listing without registration. After registering, Please choose your best plan.

Post your listing and subscribe to the plan

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1, Click "Post your Ad" button to create your adorable pet listing for the new owners.

2, Purchase a plan on the pricing page, it will show up after you post your Ad. If you are missing out purchase at that time, access your account and click or tap on My Listing category promotes button to purchase.

Meet in community

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Let's send a message about your pets info details when you receive a message. Our service isn't supported sell your pets through the website. We will connect sellers and buyers with each other.

How to avoid scams

Online fraud is growing, infecting many websites and other forms of communication. Our customer service team is doing everything possible to pinpoint and block scam artists attempting to defraud our members – keeping up with their evolving strategies to sneak by us undetected. Even with our new fraud-catching tools and a virtually 24/7 fraud department, a few scam artists are still able to sneak by and may come in contact with some of our members. In order to further deter the few that find their way in we need to raise awareness among sellers about the scam attempts that can hurt them directly.

What to watch out for:

Phishing scams: This is when you receive an email that may appear like it is coming from us, but it is not. The email will instruct you to either reply with your login information (including password, etc) or to go to a different website they link you to and enter your login information. This website will often be made to look like our site, but if you check the URL (the website address at the top of the page) it will not be ours. They use this method to collect your login information and then gain access to your account and/or to test your login information with other accounts to gain access (such as emails, bank accounts, etc). This is why it is important to always check the URL of the page you are at as well as to never reuse passwords for multiple accounts.

  • A buyer that wants to send you a money order or cashier’s check, usually over the amount you are asking.

  • A buyer that requests a refund for all or part of their payment.

  • A buyer requests to send the extra payment to their “shipping agent” who will be picking up the puppy.

  • An email or phone call from someone posing as a representative of asking for your password or full credit card information.

  • You receive a text message from someone asking you to reply with a six-digit code that they sent you in order to “verify” your phone number. Never reply to these types of messages. This is an attempt at stealing your phone number.

Scam artists exploit the delay in processing deposited money orders and cashier’s checks by asking for refunds after they are sure you have received their counterfeit payment. It’s hard for your bank to determine that the deposited funds are actually in your account. To give you an idea, counterfeit money orders/cashier’s checks can take two weeks or more to be recognized, especially if the originating bank is outside of CANADA. We have received reports that some banks will confirm that the money order is good, however, it will come back as fraudulent several weeks later. Your bank may be able to give you a time frame for when they can give you a solid answer about your deposits. So, make sure your bank understands the situation and that you have given your deposits time to clear completely before you send the requested refunds.

Scam artists will pose as a customer service representative of asking for your login information or requesting payment. We do not request your login password or your full credit card information in an email or over the phone. At times, to assist members with current or past charges over the phone, we will ask for the last four of the credit card number, the date of the charge, the last name on the card and possibly the expiration date depending on the situation. We do not accept payment over the phone and never ask for the credit card security code (CVV).

There are two extra ways that can help you determine if a true representative is contacting you:

If you suspect that a scam artist emailed or called you asking for your sensitive information please email us with all the contact information and correspondence you can collect. If you feel a buyer may actually be a scam artist then email all buyer information and email correspondence. We can research the account and remove scam accounts so that others will not be affected. Collect all your correspondence (e.g.; email, letters, payment) to give to your local authorities.  can also report them to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (