Living in a busy, bustling city can be tough for a human, so consider what a dog must think of this crazy, fast-pace town! Whether you live in a condominium or a freehold home, one of the challenges of balancing an urban lifestyle is how to keep our pets healthy and happy while we are busy bringing home the bacon (treats). In Davisville Village, the answer to that dilemma is Metro Dogstop Professional Dog Care.
Located at 181 Belsize Drive, two blocks north of Davisville Avenue and just west of Mt. Pleasant Road, this full-service dog care facility is truly dedicated to improving the lives of its guests. To summarize in just two words - "doggy oasis!"
The founder of Metro Dogstop, Caley Morris, has over 20 years of experience serving the needs of dogs. Her passion for animals and their health and wellness is what lead her to establish her successful dog-care facility.
Whether you’re caring for a brand new pup or a senior dog, Metro Dogstop offers a range of care options and services for the fur-baby in your life. These include day care, walks, overnight boarding, and even grooming. Is your little furry guy or gal a social pup with tons of energy? The home-style daycare is a perfect place for them to socialize and make friends. The facility features a fenced-in yard with an easy-access ramp for dogs of all ages and sizes, as well as rubberized, cushioned floors to provide a safe play area. The space is also divided so that the quiet dogs can hang-out and keep to themselves, and active dogs can run around to their little heart’s content. But if a full day of fun is just too much, daily 1-hour walks are the way to go. Walks can be individual or organized in groups, catering to your pet's personality and ability.
We love the pick-up and delivery service Metro Dogstop offers within their large service area - it’s not only open to Davisville residents! For some, work schedules change, and it can become difficult to drop off your pup at daycare in the morning. Your dog can be picked up right from your home and delivered back at the end of the day. Their borders encompass local neighbourhoods such as Wilson Heights, Armour Heights, Lawrence Heights, Bedford Park, Lawrence Park, Forest Hill, Leaside, North Toronto, Cedarvale, Moore Park, Casa Loma, and Upper Rosedale. Wow! Talk about convenience!
What impresses us the most about Metro Dogstop is their dedication to the safety and well-being of all their customers. Before your loveable mutt enters into their care, he or she will go through a consultation process that will allow the staff to get to know the dog and ensure that his or her behaviour, health and history of socialization with other dogs fits with the environment at the facility. Remember, dogs are sensitive creatures; any changes in routine and environment can bring on stress and radical changes in behaviour, so Metro Dogstop's consultation process helps to ease the transition into a new environment.
They say “a tired dog is a good dog”. You know that if your dog is passed out on the floor at the end of a day, that means it must have been a fun day. If you live in the city, it’s important to get outside and let your dog exercise and be social with other dogs. Dog’s are social creatures; when you isolate them from the world, problems develop. That’s why we’re so glad there is a place like Metro Dogstop to step in and lend a hand when there are just not enough hours in the day!
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Guest Writer: Monika MacMillan, Sales Representative
Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage - (416) 530-1100