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Yes, I have an agenda in writing a negative review...to make sure potential customers of DoggieDay know of the bad as well as the good of this service. I've had both experiences, but the negative outweighed the positive, since the negative was the actual home animal care...
There are some nice people at DoggieDay, but my last experience with them was so awful that I'll never use them again, and would never recommend them to anyone else.
I tried and tried to update my feeding instructions via the DoggieDay Web page, but could never get it to work. So I rode my motorcycle all the way downtown to take written instructions for someone to input manually.
Before my trip away I left another copy of the very detailed instructions (we had an elderly sick cat who was doing all right but who needed certain things because of her finickyness and her need to have a lot of calories to keep her strength up) on the kitchen counter, along with all sorts of different food, cat milk, treats, etc. And I emphasized VERY strongly that the cats liked and used one particular water bowl especially, especially the sick cat.
That bowl was bone dry when I got home. I arrived home to find all but one water dish empty and barely any of the food used. None of the cat milk or treats had been used. The instruction sheet I left on the counter with the food had been set aside across the kitchen. It turns out that the caretaker had just gone from the woefully outdated feeding instructions from long before, from the outdated pre-printed instructions on their visit cards. I think that anyone concerned with doing any more than the absolute least possible would've seen that those old instructions didn't match up at all with the various kinds of foods I'd left out. I think the caretaker's excuse was a pitiful cop-out and I'm still mad about that whole situation, even a couple of years later. To me a company is only as good as its weakest employee, so I threw out the baby (DoggieDay and its nice owner) with the bathwater (the bad experience with the particular employee) in this case.
Pet care company provides 24-hour services for a wide range of pets; on-site doggie day care facilities offered as well. Read More
Pet care company provides 24-hour services for a wide range of pets; on-site doggie day care facilities offered as well.
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If you at all love you pet, Doggie Day on Tremont and its associated businesses are a waste. They never anwer their phone, their e-mail and voicemail is always full, and service is non-existent. This is a travesty of a business operation!
Doggieday Inc was founded in 1999. Doggieday Inc specializes in Animal Boarding Services. Doggieday Inc has 46 employees and estimated revenues of $279,000.00.
DoggieDay is a full-service pet care shop. It offers grooming, dog walking, puppy trainig and socialization, dog and cat visits and litter box cleaning. It makes house calls, and will take pets to the vet while owners are at work. DoggieDay works with dogs, cats, fish, birds, reptiles and small mammals.
The Extras: Grooming and holistic treatments are also avaialable.
Grooming and holistic treatments are also avaialable.
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