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Friday, February 08, 2008

PetsHotel and the Dairy-Free Breakfast


The hundredth PetsHotel is about to open. It needs more fanfare than that. The 100th PetSmart PetsHotel with Doggy Day Camp will open in late February or early March.

Does your pet cuddle up with you at bedtime? Do you sign your pet's name on holiday cards? Or do you just love your pet like a family member? At PetSmart, we understand your special bond because we're pet parents, too. That's why we created PetSmart PetsHotel - a revolutionary alternative in day and overnight care.

Growing by 35 hotels a year, to go with the 1000 PetSmart stores, the company is a billion dollar business. A billion dollars every quarter. The New York Times reporter Juston Jones interviewed Philip L. Francis, the chairman and chief executive of PetSmart, to see what special care the doggies get.
We have a morning snack, which is dairy-free frozen yogurt. An afternoon Yappy Hour. We’re testing what we refer to as Pawsidential services, which can include bedtime stories, belly rubs and other services that allow pet guests added one-on-one time with our associates.

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