Behind the Scenes of Doggie Day Care

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Canine to Five and Carhartt

Dog’s are not just a man’s best friend. They can be a woman’s too. They generally don’t talk back or interrupt. They love a good cuddle. And they lift up the day say the women at  Canine to Five who take care of other people’s dogs during the day and go home to spend time with their own canines during their off hours.  Is this a sign of pet obsession gone too far? No way. They just love dogs and hanging out with your furry friends or their own, keeps them contented and healthy. These girls like to share everything with dogs,and they are not afraid of showing real affection for any four-legged friends under their care. They are not alone. According to a 2007 study, about two-thirds of households in the US  have at least one pet,  and 45 per cent of those families have more than one animal. With humor, soul and a deep knowledge of what it takes to lead, women have long been a part of a dog’s life and training, just like their menfolk.

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