About Aunties Doggie Daycare Chorley South
A Return to the Town in which it all started!Opened in April 2018, this 2200-square-foot doggy daycare centre is based in the beautiful setting of Coppull Enterprise Centre and includes a spacious main arena and Puppy daycare, as well as a dedicated doggie shop selling the highest quality dog products. Auntie’s Doggie Daycare Chorley South, is the third branch in the Auntie’s Group and strives, like its flagship sister branch based in Bamber Bridge and other in Preston town centre, to be a firm favourite with dog owners. Like its sister branches, Auntie’s new Coppull premises provide specialist dog daycare and retail - everything the responsible dog owner could want.The day to day operations of the Centre are managed by Auntie Lisa, the business founder, who uses all her years of dog care experience to ensure all the pooches in her care get the very best out of their day at doggy daycare. Lisa commented, “It is exciting to be returning to the Chorley area, the place where it all started for me and I very much look forward to welcoming all our dog recruits. Auntie’s is run by people who not only love dogs, but who take the time to understand dog behaviour, and ensure that your dog has plenty of fun and exercise in the safest possible way.The Daycare is open from 7am until 6.30pm so busy pet-owners can get their pets dropped off and settled before going to work, with peace of mind that they are being well looked after from the moment they enter the daycare door.”
Lisa continued, "Aunties is based around providing structured activities to engage the dog’s senses and instincts not about leaving dogs to entertain themselves. Our daycare days are designed to keep them active and engaged. Auntie’s dogs are encouraged to explore, socialise, and learn canine etiquette - or 'doggie manners’! - which makes for happier, healthier dogs in the long-term.”
Auntie’s operates on the policy of a safe, stimulating and sociable ethos, and the new Chorley South centre is happy to welcome all dogs that meet its neutering, inoculation and behavioural requirements.
The whole team looks forward to welcoming local dogs and puppies - and, of course, their human companions.