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By: Marci C.
When I was standing in a long line, one finally opened up, there was a person who went first then I would have been next. The store clerk behind the counter told me that she would not take me because she was too busy. The line was getting longer behind me, yet she refused to provide us service. By the time there was one person ahead of me someone else said that the register that your clerk refused service to us said it was open. We told him that she refused to serve us. She scampered off. Not the first time.
Tips & Advices
Pet owners usually sign a waiver stating that any injury or illness a dog suffers while at daycare is the responsibility of the owner. However, most facilities carry liability insurance and pet business insurance in the event of a serious incident. To prevent illness, facilities are strict about requiring proof of vaccination and general health from a veterinarian prior to accepting a dog. However, in an off-leash setting, scuffles or fights might occur. Reputable facilities will often hire vet assistants who can treat minor injuries and under-the-weather dogs.  For anything more serious, a good daycare should make it a priority to get the dog to a vet, and get in immediate contact with the owner.

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