years I worked at a career outside my home, and one of the
hardest things I had to do was to leave my loyal, loving
companions - my dogs - at home alone. And when we went on
vacations I knew the boarding kennels would care for their
physical needs but not the personal attention - the hugging and
petting that make them feel loved - that my special dogs
I believed many others felt the same, so more than fourteen
years ago I decided to offer "in home" day care and boarding.
The dogs that come to us share our family life just like our own
dogs, which means plenty of love and attention and no kennels.
Plus they have a large, fenced-in back yard to run and play in
with direct access to the house.
- Barbara Segel
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