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Auntie’s Doggie Daycare comes to Preston city centre

aunties doggie daycare PrestonPreston’s top dogs are in for a treat now that Auntie’s Doggie Daycare Preston is now open for bookings. Its city centre premises bring a welcome injection of new business to the area.

The 5000-square-foot dog daycare centre is based on Essex Street, and includes a spacious play arena, a Puppy Club, a dog spa (opening in July) as well as a boutique packed with recommended canine care products.aunties doggie daycare Preston reception  Auntie’s Doggie Daycare Preston follows in the footsteps of Auntie’s original outlet, located in nearby Lostock Hall and a firm favourite with pet owners for almost 10 years. Like the flagship branch, Auntie’s new central Preston premises will provide specialist daycare and grooming services - everything the responsible dog owner could want.

Emma commented, “As a dog owner, I understand how important it is to know your pet is well cared for. Auntie’s is staffed by people who not only love dogs, but who understand dog behaviour, and can make sure your dog has plenty of fun and exercise in the safest possible way.

“We’ll be open from 7am until 6.30pm so busy pet-owners can get their pets settled in before heading off to work, safe in the knowledge that they are being well looked after from the moment they walk through the doors.”

aunties doggie daycare Preston play areaEmma continued, "It’s not about leaving dogs to entertain themselves; structured activities like treasure hunts, country walks and assault courses challenge dogs, and keep them active and engaged. Auntie’s pups are encouraged to explore, socialise, and learn canine etiquette - or 'doggie manners’! - which makes for happier, healthier dogs in the long-term.”

In line with Auntie’s safe, stimulating and sociable ethos, the new Preston 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 pups - and, of course, their human friends.