2014 Open Day
Fun for all at Bruce’s Doggy Day Care Open Day
The sun shone and dogs and owners had great fun on Saturday (13 September) at the annual Bruce’s Doggy Day Care Open Day.
Based in Cobham and serving customers in Surrey and London, award-winning dog crèche business, Bruce’s Doggy Day Care, caters for dogs large and small from Bookham and Balham to Walton, Weybridge and Wimbledon.
The invitation-only client event was held at its purpose-built 15-acre site, giving customers the chance to see the fields their beloved pets play in and meet the staff who look after them.
As well as doggy antics and agility activities, the event raised money for the Guide Dogs for the Blind Sponsor a Puppy initiative with several of their puppies and trainers on site.
Refreshments were also available for hungry hounds and humans – including dog treats, cute cupcakes and a barbecue.
Bruce Casalis, founder and director, Bruce’s Doggy Day Care, said: “It was a fantastic day and I’d like to thank our four-legged and two-legged friends for coming along to share the fun. Our customers are very important to us, and we continually strive to provide an excellent dog care service for them all, as was evidenced by our recent feedback survey which showed 95% of our customers are very satisfied with our service, and 100% are satisfied with our reliability and quality of staff. Great news!”
Bruce added: “I’m also pleased we were able to raise the profile of the Guide Dogs charity and generate much-needed funds for them. Every little helps and enables them to assist a blind person in gaining the freedom and independence a canine friend can bring.”
2014 has been quite a year for Bruce’s Doggy Day Care having celebrated its fifth birthday, won a Best Small Business award, and expanded its services and geographic reach to include dog home boarding and the Walton-on-Thames area.