Business for the dogs

If anyone is looking for a good dog day care place, I would highly recommend Oakanagan K9

I felt I needed to write a letter about a new business in town: Oakanagan K9. They are a dog day care, grooming and boutique business on Skaha Lake Road. They fought a hard battle to be able to open this business here in Penticton and won.

I have to say that I am sure glad they won. I take my dog there on a regular basis, and they have been absolutely amazing with him. I have a very difficult dog, who does not like to be around other dogs or away from his owners, but these two very talented, patient and kind ladies have done wonders with my dog, and he is beginning to socialize in just the short time he has been going there.

They know how to handle any kind of dog, and any situation that arises with such professionalism. Their love of dogs is so evident, and I trust them completely with my dog.

If anyone is looking for a good dog day care place, I would highly recommend Oakanagan K9. I can’t say enough good about them. My dog always comes home happy and tired and better trained then when I left him.

Thank you so very much for taking such good care of my dog, and being so kind to my husband and I. Penticton, let’s support our small businesses in this town.

Carrie Godard





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