We have pre-screened Host families that watch your four-legged family member in their homes. We give free consultations so that we get to understand all of the ins and outs of your pet.
The best aspect of owning Pets Are Inn is that I am able to provided a needed pet service that allows our clients to relax during their vacations or business trips.
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We would love to meet with you to discuss your pet's vacation while you are away. Our process is that Andrew will come to your home to conduct an interview and meet your pet to learn all about her. We will want to understand her rules and routines that you have in place. This process takes about thirty minutes. By learning all this information, we will be able to match them to a perfect Host Family who has the same structure and rules in place. Our Host Families are all pet lovers who enjoy and love pets. They have all been prescreened by us. Your Furbaby will enjoy vacationing in a comfy, private home with a family that will care for her like you do. We have open communication. You may check in with us at the office anytime. Another great feature about Pets Are Inn - the next time you go away, she will know where she is going! She will already know the family! The stress of boarding in a traditional kennel is gone! When would be a good time for Andrew to come out to meet with you and PETNAME? 215-491-7387
Our family has been in the pet business for over 20 years. We are also certified in pet CPR.
We only have two different prices; under 18 months and over 18 months. With Pets Are Inn, it doesn't matter what size your dog is. All dogs are treated equally. The price for dogs under 18 months is $45/day. For dogs over 18 months, they are $40/day.
Our typical client is someone who believes that their furbaby is one of their children.
Before boarding your pet with anyone, you should be aware of what it will cost. Many traditional kennels will charge for "extras". A few questions to ask:
-Do walks cost extra?
-Feeding your own food?
-Size of room?
-Size of dog?
-Medication being administered?