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Exclusive Home Boarding & Pet Sitting Service Expands to London & Surrey

Oct 2014
By Bruce Casalis

Bruce’s Doggy Day Care expands their home boarding service!

Today Bruce’s Doggy Day Care announced they are opening their hugely popular boarding service to all dog owners in London and Surrey. For a number of years the home boarding and pet sitting service offered by Bruce’s Doggy Day Care has been a huge hit with their ongoing doggy day care clients. However, this home dog boarding service has been restricted to clients that send their dog to day care at least once per week. Fortunately, this is now changing!

After unprecedented demand during the summer of 2013, Bruce’s Doggy Day Care is now able to offer dog home boarding in London and pet sitting in Surrey. They refreshing news is that they do not have a huge network of pet sitters, instead they offer the same professional pet sitting service and relaible home boarding service that they have become famous for. Rather, there are a small number of London and Surrey based professional dog sitters who they know well and have been vetted by Bruce’s Doggy Day Care. The pet sitters all have a proven track record of caring for dogs, and have passed strict inspections and interviews by Bruce’s Doggy Day Care.

Wimbledon based Cherie Godsmark, owner of Jack, commented, “I have always wanted to send my dog to Bruce’s when I go on holiday, but have never been able to as I can’t commit to a regular day. I am so pleased that Jack can now be included in their London pet sitting service!”

For more information about the London pet sitting and home boarding service, get in touch with the Bruce's Doggy Day Care team!

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