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Gratitude and November Daycare Special!

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Every year I am reminded that November is the month of harvest and the month to stop and give thanks for all the blessings in my life. This time last year, I was going through some sleepless nights because Dogville was still over a month away from opening due to construction delays and last minute hassles with the City of Tulsa (don’t get me started on that one—). I was afraid that without the Thanksgiving holiday business, Dogville would get off to a rocky start financially and January and February would be even more challenging. Instead, we not only made it through, but we grew and grew and grew. People came and saw and experienced Dogville and began to believe in what we are doing here. I am so grateful today for those early clients who trusted a brand new business with the care of their precious dogs. These clients, many of whom I now consider friends, have helped us spread the word about Dogville and made us one of Tulsa’s Best in our first year of operation. Wow.

So, I thought the best way to show our appreciation for our clients would be to offer a special that has been popular in our first year of operation. This month, until November 30th, we are offering our 10 day daycare packages—both half day and full day—25% off for new daycare clients (have never purchased a package before) and 15% off for existing daycare clients. That makes the daycare cost for new clients $16.57 for a full day and for existing clients $19.50/day (regular price is $25/full day). These also make GREAT holiday gifts! Come see us and let us tell you thank you in person!

Delana Taylor McNac, Owner/Manager
Dogville Daycare & Boarding
9525 E. 47th Place
Tulsa, OK 74145
(918) 949-6070
dogville@cox.net
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