Dogs Rule Owner Jill Davis is offering free transport of pups to her daycare center in Gainesville through May 1 in an effort to help out locals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Davis is also taking into account that local doctors and nurses are having to put in extra long hours so she is reducing her overnight boarding fee from $25 to $20 and reduced the fee for daycare from $20 to $15.
Davis picks up pups in a bus or van and brings them to her 8,000 square-foot facility where the dogs are separated into big and small classes and then set free to run and play indoor and outdoor.
“We are giving free transport for daycare and boarding for dogs,” Davis said. “So they don’t have to get cabin fever during this human crisis.”
Contact Davis for more information at (352) 505-0019. Dogs Rule is a non-profit dog rescue operation that has served Alachua County for 10 years.
If you live nearby the Dogs Rule facility at 2161 NE 1st Blvd. Davis says dog owners can drop off their pets and “they will come home exhausted from playing.”
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