Daycare and boarding facility has no cages and lots of Hurley Toys

Posted August 11, 2009

 

Robert Espinosa is the owner of the first cage-free daycare and boarding facility in Midtown Sacramento. With tons room to run, it’s non stop play time at the Grateful Dog Daycare and the only toys that hold up to everyday all day play are the Hurley and Tux®

 

The first Hurley® Robert bought in October of 2008 has taunted the mouths of Mastiffs, mini Dachshunds and all sizes in between since his opening in February 2009...and it’s still in play today. Robert believes the shape of the Hurley makes it easily retrieved by the smallest of his patrons but his favorite feature is the durability. Kongs don’t last more than a week while that original Hurley is still being fetched, chewed, chased and thrown around. 

 

Grateful Dog Daycare has a small retail shop that offers many environmentally responsible products and highly recommends West Paw Design products to his customers. 

 

Thank you, Robert, for your support of West Paw Design products and your awesome cage-free daycare!

Hurley dog toys are so popular at the doggie daycare

 

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