Pet Country Estate doggie-daycare guidelines & philosophy Print
Written by Brian Adam   
Saturday, 11 October 2014 12:24

Here at Pet Country Estate, we cater to their needs & yours! With demanding work schedules now taking dog owners away from home often for extended periods of time, we're here to provide them with the specialized care & attention they deserve. To see what makes us different, click here to review our Doggie Daycare Philosophy & Guidelines.

If you agree, and would like your pets to experience all the benefits of Doggie Daycare call (705) 431-1010 or email:

NEW Clients receive: A COMPLIMENTARY DAYCARE ASSESSMENT! AND: All Daycare Dogs or Boarding Cats enjoy an 11th day free (based on a min. 10-day stay) **Note these offers cannot be combined** Here are just some of the reviews, you'll find on our Facebook Page:

"Pet Country is such a wonderful place. Just want to say thanks for also being involved in the community. Truly a great place, I would recommend you (and have) to all my friends. In fact, my friend just had her pup with you while she and her family were away this summer. You are all super!" Donna Sawyer VanBodegom

"My dogs go to Pet Country Estate and have always been treated like family there. I have referred at least a dozen people to them for varied services and every single person has come back to me with rave reviews". Sue Holden-Morandini

"I have been taking my dog Shelby to PCE since she was a wee puppy. She has always been treated with the upmost care and love. There is no other place I would take her, simply because you care for your animals. Thank you for all that you do. It's Shelby's home away from home!" Bobby B.

"Anyone that knows Liz and the staff would without question know her love and passion for all the animals in her care.  Our pets are very lucky to have such a wonderful place in our community!" Amanda Dahlberg Halliday

I have been part of Pet Country Estate for over 9 years as a volunteer, part-time and full-time employee. I personally know how dedicated employees and volunteers are to the animals left in their care.  They go to great lengths to make sure that all animals are properly taken care of.  While most of us cannot remember YOUR name, we most-definitely remember your DOG'S name and we treat all pets, like they were ours.  Why?  Because we're also pet owners, and would want the same for our little family members. 

I continue to be an active visitor and remain close friends with all of the Pet Country Estate team and will personally vouch for any member of the staff in regards to their dedication and ethics in their role as caretakers for the borders left with them.  On a personal note, my puppy was born and practically raised at Pet Country Estate. Nine years ago, I met Liz Gordon during their annual Paws for a Cause Charity Event and became a volunteer.

Liz personally helped me find my passion: training and caring for dogs - as well as Agility training. Without her mentoring, I would not be the person I am today.  My fiance & I spent months together as he volunteered every afternoon after I finished school. Liz has always been there for us when we have any concerns about our own animals and has been able to give us some of the best advice on how to take care of them.

My family and I regularly take part in Agility, and also bring our dogs to Doggy Daycare. Some of our best memories have been here.  We have fond memories of the various dogs who came to us, each with their own varied personality quirks.  We and many staffers consider Pet Country Estate our second home.  If you can't see it in our smiles when you walk in the front door, you can see it in the care and effort which goes into the facility and the property surrounding it.

I am sure my colleagues will agree when I say: We hope that you might see Pet Country the way we do! As Liz would say:

"This Heavenly place for all pets under-the-rainbow is something we've all worked so hard to create."  Bryce Page



Last Updated on Saturday, 18 October 2014 11:51