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Pamper your pet while you are away without the guilt! 

Your dog will have that at home feel. PawBabies is not a kennel. All dogs get free roam of my home. The dogs are treated like family. They get to relax on our sofa, recliner, on doggy beds and play outside and go for walks.

At night time the pups get to sleep with my husband and I, on the couch, on a doggy bed or the furniture. Basically where ever they feel the most comfortable. I also provide crates for the pups who love to hang out in one. Some pups just love the cozy feel and safety a crate provides. Of course PawBabies will adhere to the same rules our pet owners display at their own homes. 

I will go over your schedule before booking to ensure your comfort and peace of mind.

PawBabies only accepts 5 pups max at a time. This allows us to spend as much time with your pup(s). Giving them all the LOVE and special attention they deserve. 

require all pets have necessary vaccinations & immunizations before service begins. 

(must be current on distemper, rabies and bordetella/kennel cough.) We do recommend all pups have some type of flea treatment

WE ALSO ACCEPT TITER TESTING! 

$40 - Night

Pick up before 1pm on last day, no extra charge. Any time after 1pm will be half the full rate amount till end of day. 

$15 - each additional dog per night*

PawBabies, will transport all pups to and from their homes who live in The Georgian.

Unless client requests they drop off and or pick up.

Dogs rates are per household*

Please No Last Min Service Requests for New Clients. I will need a Min of a weeks notice to fit you in. 2 week notice is preferred. A Meet and Greet is required before services can take place as well as a Temperament Evaluation. These will be on separate days. Meet and Greet will take place at the Clients house, Temperament Evaluation will take place at my house. I will pick up and drop off pup. 

Before your 1st service with us, we plan a party!

Our parties (aka meet & greets) are the perfect place for us to meet you, get to know your pets, learn their routine, and of course, answer any questions you may have before your first official service.