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Pet Boarding- No place like home!

Last week I took a little drive to get some updates pictures of H & H Pet Services' Boarding in Queen Creek/San Tan Valley area. I wanted to capture the home feeling you receive when you enter the front door. It's quite apparent owner, Heather Clark, has put her heart and soul into her boarding facility. Instantly I found the feeling to be warm, friendly and inviting and homey.... a place I'd want for my own pets to be if I left town.

Please take a look at some of Heather's special touches at her boarding home. Yes, it's a home. A home so your pets can have their own little vacation while you are away and not feel caged up.
There is a large yard that they can romp and play during play time hours and all of the rooms are decorated delightfully with dog and cat decor.
Heather is certified in Pet CPR and First Aid so she will know what to do if your pet becomes sick, injured or has an emergency while in her care. Why would you want your pet's to go anywhere else?

Enjoy, and thank you Heather for the grand tour! Kim

So much room!
Large, spacious home rooms!
Cute hallway decor! Yes, cats are welcomed too!
Spacious grass yard for playtime!
Kisses for Heather!
Wanted!! My own Fur-ever Home!
What a doll. If interested please call Heather!
Business cards in the front lobby along with cute doggy charms for sale and jewelry!

Where all the feeding and cleaning happen! Cute, right?
Cute dog themed guest bathroom!
Heather is also involved in Chihuahua Rescue!

cute puppy pictures


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Call Heather:  602-524-3565

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