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    Posted: October 29 2020 at 12:55pm

Puppy Daycare Center Posts Adorable Photos Of Pups Sleeping Together, And They Go Viral


Leaving a dog at home is probably one of the hardest decisions pet owners have to endure every day, it’s a decision that never gets easier. It can be even more challenging for young puppies that still require lots of care and attention.

So, what about enrolling your pooch in a puppy daycare center? It sounds like a brilliant idea, right? Enter, the Puppy Spring in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. This place is a doggy day-care facility that looks after dogs aged 12 weeks and above. It’s perfect for dog owners who work full-time; as they know that their precious pups will be happy and well-taken care of even when they’re not around.


The center is able to host upwards of 30 dogs a day, and just like any typical daycare facility, they also prepare a series of games and exercises planned for their pups in order to improve their obedience and sociability. However, after all of these activities, the little critters are usually spent and need a full recharge. Which means naptime!



When all the dogs are resting, the staff members get a chance to relax as well. But it usually ends up with them snapping a few pics of the resting furballs, I’m mean, who wouldn’t?!


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