I love and adore dogs of all kinds. My baby passed away 2 years ago after our precious 10 years together. I know how precious they are to each of you.
Be straight with me on your requirements, let's connected through the love for our furry friends.
Boarding schedule: (and can be arranged)
Drop off time: after 6pm the day first day booked.
Pick up time: 6pm the day of last day booked.
(Based on a 24 hours incremental.)
I will care for them at home and with your permission to take them to our Hackensack office with us. A few of the puppies walk with me to my office, which is a 2 hours exercise. But, it is really up to the owner's wishes and the puppies' ability. Alternative will be walk in the neighborhood both morning and afternoon, weather permitted.
At home, there are area rugs on our floor for the grasp of paws. We wash and sun dry them on a regular basis.
Your baby will be a part of our family when we take him or her in. Play and dig holes in the backyard is fine. Don't worry if he or she is not house broken yet. We will help during the process.
It is not coincidence that we meet one another, it will not be coincindence if we don't. All is good. May you have a fulfilled life with the participant of your puppies.
1.Require minimum of 2 nights stay for any new comer.
2. Due to the limits of me and my facility, I will not take care of large size dog, unless I've known them since their puppy-hood. It's not about the breeds but about the sizes.
Do not give any of the followings to your puppies.
1. Chocolate, raisin, grapes, onions, garlic, macadamia (Hawaii nuts).
2.Artificial sweetness. (such as in the no sugar chewing gum, very toxic to dogs.)
3.Chicken bones or any table food.
Remember to walk them and play with them. Walking creates bonding and trust between you and your best friends. It's important to keep your regular routines whenever is possible. Don't create any regrets, always keep them on leash whenever you walk them. Although they trust and love you, a squirrel just might interrupt all the harmony.
Enjoy the precious time with your pups! Life is really short.
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