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Christchurch Dogs Dig Daycare!

It's official - the canines of Canterbury have stopped digging their owners' backyards and are diggin' FurKids Daycare instead!

And why wouldn't they? daycare session provides a day of play, play, play with their FurBuddies and delicious (healthy, of course!) rewards for good behaviour from the attentive Play Technicians.

Since opening in January, the spoils of FurKids Daycare have been warmly and gratefully received by our 2 and 4-legged clients alike.

Just like their human equivalents, doggy Daycare attendees are dropped off by their parents in the morning and picked up after work in the evening. Junior Furkids receive a lunch-time meal and plenty of naps and EVERY Furkid receives a good dose of FUN.

No more dog-gone lonely days for our Furry students and no more guilt for their hard-working owners. Each week over 50 lucky Furkids are having the best time ever and the number is growing every day!

Amidst the fur and fun, we have, however, finally managed to get our website "live" and invite you to check out everything FurKids is offering to the woofers of Christchurch and their servents...oops, parents.

Yours in paws,

FurKids Daycare for Dogs


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