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SaltyDog Daycare and Boarding offers pick up and drop off for daycare 7:30-5 pm


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  • Full Name: Amazing doggy daycare and boarding
  • Location: Saltspring
  • Phone: 250-210-4440
  • Expires: 12 days, 12 hours

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  • Item listed by: on September 4, 2018

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    We have a few spaces open in our Doggy Daycare !
    Need overnight care or vacation time for your dog?
    Does your dog want to come play while you work? We can do pick up and drop off just let us know:)

    Doggy daycare : Open 7:30-to 5pm. $30( with pickup/ drop off $35)
    Over night care 3 pm to 3 pm $35
    (Special needs care overnight $50)
    Ask about our discount for long term boarding:)

    Secure kennel: 40×10 , 40×10, 20×10 , 30×8, 20×6 for small dogs , 12×8 , 12×8 and lots of play area as we are on 22 acres!

    Lots of love, hiking and play time.
    Includes daily grooming and 3 hikes per day.
    Please confirm your pet has up to date vaccinations.
    We can now accept Visa, MC and debit cards for payment.
    Discount for multiple dogs from same household, we do meds and special needs as well.
    Need pick up and drop off? Let us know in advance :)
    We are on a beautiful 22 acre site!

    Future plans to build an indoor playground and doggy spa.
    It’s a dog vacation !

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