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February 21, 2011

Girls Inc. Of Denver: Helping Girls Find Confidence And Strength – Huffingtonpost.com

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Girls Inc. Of Denver: Helping Girls Find Confidence And Strength – Huffingtonpost.com
The younger girls wanted to learn more about animals and how to properly care for pets. They created Healthy Pets and put together a dog daycare where they helped feed, walk and play with the dogs. The Denver branch also offers $45,000 worth of

SHERRY DAVIS: It’s your job to protect workers at your house from dogs – Bakersfield Californian
Many service people can be very careless about the importance of closing gates, so this is a routine I’ve created that assures that a dog can’t escape the yard. Alternatives to house confinement can be a few hours at daycare, the groomer’s, or confinement

Getting Started: How One Corporate Exec Went from Workdays to Doggy Daycare – Blackenterprise.com
Robin Crawford, owner of Dogma Dog Care (770-436-4346) in Smyrna with a cause that’s important to you and get involved,” she says.   For more on Dogma Daycare, read “Canine Chic” in the January 2011 issue of BLACK ENTERPRISE, which is on

Choosing a Reliable Dog Walker – Zimbio
Services currently offered include: Dog walking Atlanta, Dog Walkers Atlanta, Pet insurance Atlanta , Pet Sitting Atlanta, Dog sitting Atlanta, pet boarding, pet grooming, doggie daycare, pet waste removal, Pet Sitters Atlanta and dog training.

Judge Dismisses Dog Mural Case – WUSA
Wag More Dogs, a doggie daycare and pet grooming facility, wanted to display a mural on the side of its building. The mural faces the Shirlington Dog Park. Arlington County objected, citing the county’s sign ordinance, saying the mural was too large and

Hillsboro City Council will discuss Tualatin Valley Highway, dog daycares, double taxes for park services and the transportation utility fee – Oregonian
Nearly 50 people testified last July that Lynn McAward’s dog daycare should be able to expand to a new site in Hillsboro. But Aloha businessman David Dimeo, who would have been McAward’s new neighbor, protested that the city hadn’t followed its own rules

Hair of the Dog at Northgate’s BARK! Espresso – Seattle Weekly (blog)
where dog owners can take their pups to relax, ordering beverages by way of a walk-up window in the wall. Aside from this window, the cafe itself is kept fully separate from the doggy daycare and “The Hound Hangout.” Undeterred by the information’s

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