11-06-2016, 01:24 AM
Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: Vancouver, BC
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Originally Posted by KateBren
Beautiful story, thanks for sharing. I love the part that she earned the "separation".... I think separation looks pretty good, nice and relaxing
She thought so too! LOL. For the first few weeks, she definitely got more than enough stimulation simply by watching and listening to the dogs and staff through the plexiglass. She would come home and crash on the couch, just dead to the world.
Originally Posted by McCourt
Doggy daycares seem to be amazing. My middle son worked at one for a while. He even got bit but still loved working with the dogs every day. I agree with your last sentence. I think if more people were open to new experiences, they may find their lives greatly enriched.
They are noisy, I won't lie, but amazing experience for anyone looking to work with animals. I really like working for a small business too, my boss has been so accomodating of Juno (employees get to bring their dogs for free) and has even enlisted my help to start a day-training program, and write blogs and manuals (my degree is in English Lit). Best of all, the whole franchise (it's Dogtopia) is totally force-free, so I am never afraid that my coworkers are going to mess Juno up by scaring or intimidating her!