Think of it as Uber for your dog. Canine to Five daycare facility launches its new mode of transportation to help busy pet parents get their babies to daycare in the morning.
DETROIT, Mich. -
Canine to Five has debuted the ultimate in dog daycare convenience vehicles - the Detroit Puppy Mover.
Equipped with the comfort and security features for safe and pleasant dog transport - and driven with the same care and attention that dog owners have come to expect from the longtime Cass Avenue daycare facility - the Puppy Mover will make dog drop-off and pickup easier than ever.
Dog owners who work or live near the Puppy Mover route can simply drop their dog off at one of the scheduled stops to be driven to daycare in the morning, and pick their dog up at that same stop in the evening.
"It means less trips and less stress for our customers and their dogs on the way to and from work," said Canine to Five Owner Liz Blondy. "So, if you work at places like the DMC or Quicken or live in Midtown or Downtown, the Puppy Mover will come to you."
To begin with, pickups will be made Tuesday through Thursday starting at 6:30 a.m. at DMC South Parking Deck, making stops back and forth between Canine to Five and other downtown locations throughout the morning. Evening drop-offs will begin at 5:40 p.m. and continue until 8:35 p.m. at locations such as Cadillac Square, DMC, Capital Park and Cadillac Square.
Dog owners who live and work in the city can find out more about Puppy Mover reservations and schedule at http://caninetofivedetroit.com, by calling 313-831-DOGS or by posting to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag #DetroitPuppyMover.