New Bellingham Kennel & Dog Daycare Launching Soon

Renovations have begun on Bellingham's newest dog kennel boarding facility and daycare.

Bellingham, United States - July 17, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Renovations have begun on Bellingham’s newest doggie daycare and kennel boarding facility located at the old Whatcom Humane Society site. The Puget Hound will be modifying the original footprint of the building to create more of an open concept layout that will allow for a “kennel free” service their current clients and many other dog owners in town have been eagerly anticipating.

The company said they hope to have renovations complete by early August, and will be opening their doors shortly after. The location will provide an additional 20,000 square feet of outdoor play areas for dogs to explore and will even be complete with agility and playground equipment that can be used as an obstacle course.

The property was originally designed as an animal shelter with numerous dog runs, but the building was abandoned nearly 5 years ago and has fallen into a state of disrepair since then. The Puget Hound will be repairing the property and converting a few remaining dog runs into privacy suites for dogs that don’t get along well with others, but the majority of the kennels will be removed to create more space for open indoor play areas for the dogs to exercise in during times of inclement weather as well as enjoying staff-supervised “sleepovers” with their fellow playmates. The convenient location near the Airport will undoubtedly provide many benefits for frequent travelers as well.

The company has been searching for a property to provide these services for nearly three years now, and they have had to persevere through many obstacles during their search. After researching hundreds of properties, the company received approval to move forward on this project in the last month. Many of their clients and staff have been patiently waiting for this transition to be complete, and in celebration, the company released a humorous trailer to announce the good news:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_90vMc5IJQ

To learn more or join the VIP wait list, visit their website at: http://gopugethound.com

Contact Info:
Name: The Puget Hound
Email: woof@gopugethound.com
Organization: The Puget Hound
Address: 3710 Williamson Way, Bellingham, WA 98226, United States
Phone: +1-360-224-5307

For more information, please visit http://gopugethound.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 217905

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