I have recently adopted sort of speak a hellishly adorable little puppy.Â Now this little wiper-snapper is quite the handful.Â Despite being the size of a small cat, he can certainly hold his own.Â This little â€œamigoâ€, whoâ€™s nameâ€¦is Amigo, is like a miniature neutron bomb with the ever last of the Energizer Bunny.Â Apparently that is fairly common with his bread, a half Chiwawa, half Pug; which by the way is painfully adorable. This makes it very difficult to leave the little guy alone while I go to work each day.Â So with a little digging, and bit of luck I found a local Doggy Day Care Center for the miâ€™ Amigo.Â
Â The place is like a doggy gym meets dog-park. The area is covered wall to wall with Rolled Rubber Flooring, and might I say very well maintained.Â Now naturally being a new daddy, I did my research on the doggy day care before relinquishing my little pup to them.Â They clean their Rubber Flooring each day with an Animal Safe Disinfectant and Neutral pH Cleaner.Â They feed all the dogs well and there is plenty to doâ€¦if youâ€™re a dog, that is.Â There is lots of room to run and jump, and pant, and do those silly little things that dogs do.Â
I am very pleased with my little find of this place for the fur-ball in my life.Â The only down-side I have found is that I really hoped that all this play and stimulation while I was at work would wear the â€˜ol Amigo out, and that he would be a calm, docile, thing once I got him home.Â However, the best laid plans of mice and men, and dogs; this did not prove to be so.Â In fact, I think that he got even more energy from playing with all the other dogs.Â Regardless, heâ€™s my little man and Iâ€™m glad that this swishy face demolition machine is happy as can be.