Mary's Dogs Inn
Mary Doane, the founder of Mary’s Dogs, is pleased her rescue and adoption organization has grown from her home in Deerfield to a two-story, 1800s federal-style house and property along Route 4 in Northwood near Coe-Brown Academy. This home offers canine daycare and boarding and fulfills a quarantine need for the dogs rescued from high-kill centers in the South.
“We have a wonderful, relaxed feel at the Inn,” Doane said about the property that can board as many as 10 dogs at once. “Dogs who come to stay with us will feel like they’re at home.”
New Hampshire has a law that requires all dogs that are being brought from out of state must be quarantined away from other dogs for 48 hours. This process is to ensure that the dogs are healthy and safe before they can be placed in their new homes. Prior to the Inn, the dogs had to be quarantined at a vet and not on site. With the new Inn Mary will be able to quarantine the dogs herself on site helping to streamline the adoption process.
The inn accommodates a small number of dogs to ensure that your dog gets the quality attention s/he deserves. Dogs can enjoy playing outdoors, meeting other dogs, relaxing on couches, or getting hugs and kisses from the Inn's loving human employees.
To book a reservation, go to www.marysdogsinn.com.
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What makes us green?
- Provides a comprehensive networking and placement program, encourages adoption of dogs over purchase of new ones from puppy mills or giant chains
- Advocates on behalf of all-natural, organic foods and treatments
- Pet adoption is the far more sustainable choice
Is an advocate of green practices, including recycling, composting, and purchasing locally