PJ's Pets is closing 27 stores across Canada

PJ's Pets — which also has brands under the names Pets Unlimited, Petculture and Oliver & Pets Co — is closing 27 of its 39 stores across Canada.

"We are saddened to say that we are closing our doors after almost 50 years of serving the pet community across 
Canada," said Brad Hamilton, vice president of PJ's Pets, in a news release.

The 27 stores that are closing include one in Newfoundland and Labrador, one store in Prince Edward Island, six in Nova Scotia, three in New Brunswick, 11 in Ontario, and five in British Columbia. A detailed list of locations can be found here.

A March 2016 report by Price Waterhouse Cooper says the company employs 427 people.

Closing stores are offering discounted prices on pet merchandise — including pet food, accessories and supplies.

"Our business was able to thrive for so many years as a result of our loyal associates and amazing customers. We encourage our customers to take advantage of the extraordinary savings on all of our remaining merchandise."

The PWC report said the stores have accumulated losses totaling $16.5 million since 2013.

The company partly blames a loss of business on a decision to stop selling puppies in 2011.

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