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Female Join date : 2013-05-26
Location : Michigan

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PostSubject: Exhausted Dog after Day Care.   Exhausted Dog after Day Care. EmptyMon Nov 04, 2013 4:08 pm

So I went to Youmacon in Detroit November 1st-3rd, and I had Okami boarded at a pet day care center since October 31st and picked her up yesterday at about 1pm.

They are an extremely GREAT place for boarding pets, they have separate suits for the dogs and you can choose whether if you want a privet pet run attached to the room, and what size the room is. (They also board cats)

They have a person exercise your animal multiple times through out the day in one of four of their large play areas. They have a living room set up so your dog or cat can lounge on couches and watch tv or chew on toys. All in all I am really happy with this place.

When I picked up Okami, she barely recognized me until she got up close, then quickly changed to, "MOMOMOMOMOMOMOMOMOMOM! I MISSED YOU!"

Then unusually in the car she was laying down and wanting to sleep. Usually she is up in our face trying to get up front. The rest of the day all she wanted to do is sleep.

Today, all she wants to do is sleep. She is listening on first commands..... it is like something out of the damned twilight zone!

*So pleased!* I love you Like a Star @ heaven Sleep santa 

Just thought I would say something about it, because I didn't think when I went to go get her I was going to be able to relax after my mini vacation, even though I was walking all day everyday in a cosplay... either way.. I thought she was going to be her usual crazy self (I love it though) but this daycare provided me the comfort of relaxing because she was worn out!
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PostSubject: Re: Exhausted Dog after Day Care.   Exhausted Dog after Day Care. EmptyMon Nov 04, 2013 4:13 pm

BTW here is the website for their business if anyone in Michigan is interested in boarding with them!
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