Tail Wags N’ At has an open door policy where anything goes apparently. As my wife said, their website is a big warning sign for anyone choosing a kennel.
Tail Wags N’ At is where every dog gets a chance. We will take any dog that needs daycare or boarding. No more worries that your dog won’t pass an interview.
Apparently the Tail Wags N’ At staff left the dogs unsupervised and an aggressive large breed killed the defenseless pug while no one was around.
When selecting a kennel you can afford to be choosy these days. There are a number of highly regarded kennels to choose from. Go and visit the kennel in person, ask for references, etc. If it doesn’t feel right find somewhere else.
Monica and I came across this pug receiving a blessing from St. Francis of Assisi at a church we are considering for our wedding. I am not a religious person or one who believes in fate, but this seems all to perfect.
After work on Friday Monica noticed that Pilar wasn’t looking so hot. The next morning she was worse, she wasn’t eating, drinking and was lethargic. Sunday morning we took her to the emergency vet and sadly she didn’t come home with us. Apparently she had a chronic kidney problem, and then she got an infection.
Pilar never missed a chance to annoy me. She would try to steal my yogurt, knock over half full glasses of liquid, jump on my lap just as I was about to get up and wait until I was asleep to come into bed, waking me up in the process. She had one last chance before she left, she stumbled over to the faucet in the Dr’s office and I turned it on so she could get a drink of water.
She was a good cat. The queen of our pets.
She was friendly to strangers, loved to go outside and loved junk food.