One of my friend was looking for a good pet boarding. He wants his pet to be treated and assisted by professional trainers and groomers. He is also looking for an affordable pet boarding. It seems to me that he really cares about his pet. I suppose he's got a real connection to animals.
Best Pet Boarding Minneapolis 2009 - Now Boarding
It's a shame that Spot and Lucky can't accompany you on every trip you take. They probably would have found your two-week stint in Hawaii every bit as enjoyable as you did. Still, you have a wealth of luxurious pet-boarding services to choose from in the Twin Cities. Now Boarding, which opened in the past year, offers the entire package: a state-of-the-art facility that can house up to 141 animals (96 dogs, 30 cats, and 15 miscellaneous critters), a full staff of groomers and trainers, and reasonable prices, and remarkable convenience to owners. Open 24 hours a day, Now Boarding provides park-and-ride shuttle service to the airport, which is just down the road. Their new facility also includes a pet exercise/therapy pool, so when your darlings don't seem thrilled to leave, don't take it personally. Most important, the kennel's profits benefit the Animal Humane Society, so while your pets are thoroughly enjoying their little vacay, homeless animals in the metro area are treated to a roof over their heads, meals, and the health care they need.
That facility sounds like it is very capable of watching over my two dogs. They must have a large staff if they want to handle 141 animals at the same time. I'll have to look for some reviews online to see if they have good service. http://www.ncacofnaples.com/dog-boarding.pml
The dog boarding rooms in our airy atrium are comfortable and furnished with a cot and hypoallergenic bedding.
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This place just opened and has no history or reputation built yet. So, how can it be named "best of for 2009". How does anyone really know if it will be a "best of"? Give it a year in business, then judge!