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Doggy Daycare in Onalaska

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Dogs are social creatures by nature -- they need a pack to belong in to thrive and develop healthily. As pet parents, we all know we must leave our beloved companions at home alone at times. Sadly, leaving a dog, especially a young puppy home alone can result in a plethora of development issues, such as separation anxiety, to take root.

 

Pet Me Scratch Me is here to look after your pup. Instead of leaving your pup home alone, enroll your four-legged friend in our doggy daycare program! During your dog’s stay, they will enjoy a multitude of health benefits such as:

 

  • A full day of healthy socialization with other dogs 
  • Pampering and attention from our loving staff 
  • Mental and emotionally healthy development

 

We ensure your dog will never have to languish alone again once they fall in love with our staff and daycare festivities!

 

We’ll Pamper Your Pup at Pet ME Scratch Me (La Crosse)

During your dog’s stay, our skilled and compassionate staff at Pet Me Scratch Me will look after your pup’s every need no matter how specific. We believe all dogs deserve healthy socialization and play and are here to offer that love to all our canine guests. 


Never worry about your companion suffering from separation or other emotional maladies again once they enroll in our doggy daycare program. Call or visit our site for more information on our services and requirements.

 

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