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Grandma’s House is There for Pets on Earth Day

Mar 28, 2014 08:43PM

Grandma’s House will be at Reid Park’s Earth Day Celebration April 12 and has partnered with Banfield Animal Hospital to educate pet owners about health and wellness. They are also learning about holistic animal care to enhance their services.

Grandma’s House is pleased to have been chosen to serve as the dog boarder of choice for state of Arizona employees in their Perks Connect program. Owner Lanae McDade opened Grandma’s House in 2009 and specializes in small breed dogs, where pets enjoy a clean, open home and large, garden setting playground with freedom to roam in and out.

Grandma’s House is licensed and insured. Location: 5019 E. Timrod St. Call 520-979-2539 for a free meet and greet, email [email protected] or visit DogBoardingTucson.com and Facebook.com/houseofgrandma.

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