Thursday, September 18, 2014

Animal Loving Care Celebrates New Court Street Location With Open House Event

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photo credit: Animal Loving Care
Animal Loving Care, which has provided services for cats and dogs in the neighborhood since 2000, has recently relocated to a larger space at 556 Court Street.  To celebrate the big move, everyone is invited to stop by check out the new facility on September 28th.
Here are the details:

Animal Loving Care, a dog and cat grooming, daycare and boarding space in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, is pleased to open its doors to the community for a special open house event on Sunday, September 28, 2014.

The open house will feature a host of attractions to local pet owners in the facility’s bi-level Court Street location from 12-4 PM. Come meet the staff and tour the facility, get pet product samples, put your name in for fun, pet-oriented raffles, check out specialty pet products and artwork only available at Animal Loving Care, and more!

Animal Loving Care is owned and operated by Yukino Ushimaru, a neighborhood resident who founded the business in 2000, at first primarily as a dog walking service. After training at the New York School of Dog Grooming and working as a groomer in other NYC shops, Yukino decided to expand her business with the intention of creating a gentler, kinder experience for the animals. Five years later, Animal Loving Care outgrew its Sackett Street space and moved to its new residence at 556 Court St. The company has also expanded its caring mantra to “home style” boarding – cage-free, 24-hour care – and doggy daycare.

The open house will serve as a means for new and old customers and friends to get to know Animal Loving Care’s new space. Dogs welcome!

Animal Loving Care Open House Celebration
Sunday, September 28
12-4 PM
556 Court St between West 9th Street and Garnet Street


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yukino and her crew are the best. We've been using TLC to walk and board our dog BB since 2004 or so and have found them to be trustworthy, reliable and compassionate.