• Jennifer Giesbrecht

What should you look for in a dog boarding or daycare facility?

Well...it can depend a little on what you want. But here's what we designed for at Paws Pet Pad and wanted for our own dogs:

  • 24/7 monitoring and security

  • privacy at no extra cost

  • family members can sleep together

  • large, bedroom-style suites

  • strict cleaning and sanitizing regimen

  • lots of out-of-suite time and bathroom breaks at no extra cost

  • Multiple play areas

  • Small play groups

  • Accommodation for all breeds and intact dogs over six months old

  • Schedules for rest and play

  • well-trained attendants with ongoing learning

  • flexible hours that won't cost an arm and a leg

  • daily updates and photos (we couldn't imagine feeling disconnected!)

  • programs tailored to each dog's social comfort level, at no extra cost

  • welcoming to raw, kibble and homemade diets

  • tours to make you feel comfortable (You should see, feel and experience what your pup will)

If you haven't visited us yet to see the difference, come visit us! :)

49 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All