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#21 Cassondra2009

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    Posted 14 May 2009 - 06:03 PM

    We are leaving our doggies with the breeder that we purchased them from. She watches all of "her" dogs for $15/day per doggie. They stay with her any time that we go away and I really trust her. I've also met lots of people through the Do something, Learn something, Share something, Change something - Meetup.com website. We joined a small breed meet up group that meets in our area. I know it sounds sort of cheesy to have a meet-up for dogs but I wanted them to be socialized. Is there anything like that around you?

    Good luck finding a place...I would be nervous about it too!

    #22 ~Jessica~

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      Posted 19 May 2009 - 05:11 PM

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      Originally Posted by jmiranda
      Thanks ladies...I really need to check out where Im going to leave my Baby Chico. Im going to see how much it will cost at petsmart and search around for other alternatives.
      JMiranda-
      We have a chocolate lab puppy and there is a great place right by O'hare where he gets to stay whenever we have to leave him. I attached the website, he has stayed there three times and has had so much fun each time. The only problem was last time he had to much fun in the pool and ended up with an ear infection so when he goes to stay for the wedding we are going to have to get him antibiotics ahead of time so he isn't affected during his stay. But he gets his own room with a glass window and the only times he is in it is for naps and at night for sleepytime. Otherwise he is in the 10,000 sq foot play area with a bone shaped pool. The play area is indoor doggy grass that gets irrigated every night and people are always in the play area interacting with the dog. If you pay a little extra they get a treat every night and can even be groomed during their stay. We totally recommend getting them to give him a bath before you pick him up, Moose smelled sooo bad from playing the pool for 5 days when we picked him up. I also think one of the major benefits with going there is there are webcams that you can log onto and check in on your little ones !! And u can park at their location and they will shuttle you back and forth to the airport (they are about 5 mins from O'hare). Best part, they are open 24 hours for pick up compared to most boarders that are only open till 6pm, so you can get your pet whatever time your flight comes in. We booked the smallest suite and it was $47 a night.
      Welcome to Paradise 4 Paws : A premier resort for cats and dogs.

      #23 jmiranda

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        Posted 27 May 2009 - 08:11 PM

        Thank you so much Jessica...I really appreciate you sharing this info with me. Looks like now I know where Chiko might be staying at!

        #24 Jenamie

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          Posted 28 May 2009 - 12:38 AM

          Yeah I'm not too happy about being away from my furbabys/shellbabys for so long
          But I have to take them to FI place (15 hours from mine) in July and I wont get back to his place (our place) until the end of July

          But FI is going to get his boss to watch the two cats and 3 turtles (two mine one his... awww blended family) for the two weeks he will be at the wedding/disneymoon until we get back together!
          And then again for honeymoon (geekymoon hehe) part two a week later

          #25 lety01

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            Posted 07 January 2010 - 07:23 PM

            I was wondering the same thing! just got a puppy in Dec, we r going to PV in oct. Guess i better find a sitter!




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