Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Best Friends Pet Care wants to send certified therapy dog teams to comfort those impacted by the explosions.
Sudbury residents wishing to help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings can do so right in their own backyard. Best Friends Pet Care has launched a campaign to raise as much as $20,000 to cover the cost of bringing fully certified therapy dog teams to the area to comfort those impacted by the terrorist attack. "We're trying to raise as much money as possible to send as many therapy dogs as we can," says Liz Gill, manager of the Sudbury branch. "We're trying to raise $20,000." The company has pledged to match up to $10,000 in contributions from the public. As of April 25, six therapy dogs have been scheduled to help those who need healing. "I was working in Sudbury that day," Gill says. "We had staff members there watching in the …
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Best Friends Pet Care hosted a special day for local pets in preparation of today's big game.
Best Friends Pet Care in Sudbury celebrated today's Super Bowl early by hosting a doggy day camp Super Bowl party on Wednesday. Dogs dressed in scarfs of their favorite teams and were officiated by a "rufferee" to keep things clean. Games and contests were held for the dogs, with prizes and special treats given out throughout the day.
Monday, January 7, 2013
All proceeds to benefit Buddy Dog Humane Society.
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Monday, January 7
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following was submitted by Deb Bennetts.) Local animal lovers showed their concern for homeless dogs and cats this holiday season by donating more than $2,500 worth of food, toys and treats to Best Friends Pet Care’s Animal Angel Tree campaign. All donations will benefit the homeless pets cared for by Buddy Dog Humane Society. “We are thrilled with the response of our clients and friends to this year’s Angel Tree campaign,” said Liz Gill-Cano, manager of Best Friends Pet Care. “The holiday season is always difficult for the shelters and we know these donations will make a difference for pets in need. “The holiday season is always difficult for our local animal shelters. This year, Hurricane Sandy has put an even …
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Highlighting a local business every week.
Welcome to our weekly Business of the Week feature, where we highlight a business in town. All businesses we highlight are listed in our business directory. This week's spotlight is on Best Friends Pet Care. Best Friends is the place to bring your dogs, cats and all small pets (except for snakes). In addition to a full range of grooming, nail and tooth care for dogs, you can also choose snacks or day camp activities a la carte for cats and dogs. Unique options include fitness sessions such as Frisbee or special treats such as rubber chews with treats inside or a deluxe bed. Is your business listed on Sudbury Patch? If so, did you know you can claim that listing? It's free to do and we have a great video that explains the process. Want to …
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Liz Gill-Cano named Manager of the Year by Best Friends Pet Care.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Liz Gill-Cano, manager of the Best Friends Pet Care center in Sudbury MA, has been honored for outstanding managerial performance by Best Friends Pet Care Inc., the leader in the U.S. pet boarding industry. Gill-Cano was selected “Manager of the Year” from among the company’s 42 pet care center managers in recognition of her outstanding achievement during the past year. The award was presented at the company’s annual Managers Conference last week. The meeting was held in Norwalk, Conn., and attended by Best Friends managers from across the U.S. and by corporate leadership. “Liz is a wonderful example of how associates can work their way up in our organization from an entry level job to management,” says John Heyder, President and CEO of …