Dog Days DaycareFeb 27th, 2012 | By Cynamon Frierson | Category: Misc
I don’t know about everybody else but I have been pretty busy the past few weeks. Unfortunately, that means less quality time with Roxie. And now that Romeo has been adopted, Roxie doesn’t have a playmate to keep her busy. So I’ve decided to alternate taking her to work and to day care every week so that she doesn’t have to stay in the house all the time when I have other things that I need to get done.
Right now, I take her to Dog Days Greensboro so that she can socialize and interact with other dogs. I pay $15 for half a day (up to 4 hours) and she always comes home ready to go to sleep. One of the things I like most about Dog Days is that the staff are very friendly and seem genuinely excited to see Roxie. They have web cams which allows me to look in on her if I want which is quite nice.
They also sell products out in their front lobby, some of which are made right here in Greensboro such as Yellow Dog collars. You can pick up your all natural and organic dog food while you’re there too.
Another great thing about Dog Days is that they foster dogs until they get adopted and I had the pleasure of meeting one in particular, Holly, who is thought to be a Basenji-Collie mix. She is really sweet and started licking me as soon as I went to pet her. It’s great that she gets to be around many different dogs. If you are interested in adopting Holly, you can contact the Triad SPCA by calling (336) 375-3222 and also apply online at the Triad SPCA Web site. She is spayed, on heart worm preventative, microchipped, and up to date on vaccinations. She also comes with a 20 day pass for day care at Dog Days, which is worth almost double her adoption fee alone! Click here to see more pictures of Holly.