Miss Molly's Pet Services - Home, Kudos & Travel Tips
Miss Molly's Pet Services - good dog~~good neighbor~~good business

If you're like us, your pets are members of your family.  When you can't be home for them, whether because of work, play, or other obligations, you want them taken care of with the same love and attention you give them.  That's exactly what we do at Miss Molly's Pet Services (in Ashland, Oregon)--Because we love pets!

      Miss Molly's Pet Services still offers a variety of pet services--Choose the schedule and services you want, and we'll do the rest.

Pet services now include:
  • SLEEPOVERS At-home boarding for small dogs, by appointment          
  • PET TAXI     
  • DOG WALK      
  • MISS MOLLY'S DOG GONE FUN, Ashland's premiere doggy boutique
See "Rates & Contact Us" page for Rates and Reservations (p. 3). Please contact us today to schedule services or for more info (and remember to ask about our special offers!). We are fully insured.
It's wonderful to get home to healthy, happy animals!  Thanks again, Kathryn F.
Thank you...From the bottom of our little doggie hearts for your dependable, loving care...
Hope this is the beginning of a long-term relationship between all of us.  XOXO,    
                                                                 Ellie, Nate & Tasha
Thanks for your attention to and help with the dogs.  I really appreciate a responsible person.  Thank you!  Amy
WHILE IN ASHLAND--Please be sure to visit Ashland's Premiere Dog Boutique, MISS MOLLY'S DOG GONE FUN, located in the Ashland Artisan Emporium, 1670 Ashland Street, 541.708.0577
Vicki Bamman, Owner/Operator
Ashland, Oregon 97520

And, for our out-of-town guests:
TRAVEL TIPS (edited from http://www.articlesbase.com )
Here are some tips for your review, what to bring along, and what do while traveling:
*   Pack plenty of water, dog treats, food and toys.
*   Make sure that your dog’s leash is easily accessible on driving trips.
*   Never remove your dog's I.D. tag in case s/he should get lost.
*   Plan ahead and make your hotel reserva-tions well in advance and make sure they accept dogs. Confirm the pet policy before booking.
*   When driving, be sure to plan stops about every 3-4 hours to allow your dog to exercise
and burn energy.
*   Plan activities with your pet in mind. If an activity cannot include your dog, try to make 
alternate plans in advance (doggie daycare).
*   When dining, try to look for restaurants with an outdoor patio. Ask if your dog is allowed--
many places will welcome you and your pet.
*   Never leave your dog unattended. New surroundings and travel can cause stress.
*   Do not leave your dog in the car on during hot or cold months.
*   Do bring plenty of disposable bags to clean up after your pet.
Too many incidents of dogs suffering from heatstroke have resulted from being left in a car. When the outside temperature is moderate, always leave at least two windows (for cross draft) open sufficient to provide fresh air. You might consider a solar-powered fan that fits in the window.  However, it’s strongly recommend that you DO NOT leave animals in the car in warm climates or during warm months, as even a short time in a hot vehicle can be very dangerous (even fatal) to your pet.
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