Halifax Humane Society’s Boarding, Grooming & Travel Center To Open Soon

By on September 3, 2017 in WNDB News

Daytona Beach, FL – The Halifax Humane Society will dedicate the new Lee C. & Patricia Culler Boarding, Grooming and Travel Center in early September.

The new building is located about a quarter-mile off the I-95 LPGA exit. Travelers will be able to stop there and use the restroom, vending machines and get information on pet-friends parks, restaurants and hotels in the area.

“The Boarding, Grooming and Travel Center completion marks a pivotal step towards helping fulfill our reimagined future and the impact it will have across the community,” said CEO Miguel Abi-hassan. “The center will be a unique addition to our campus, as this is the first boarding and grooming travel center in the nation for a non-profit animal shelter. One that will provide our community with an affordable resource while helping sustain revenue for the facility for years to come.”

Boarding services will be offered from 7:30 AM to 6 PM, 7-days a week. A daily rate will be charged for boarding and owners are asked to bring food for their pets. The boarding area connects to separate large and small dog parks and dogs will be able to play every day in a secured area. Boarding for dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, rabbits, Guinea pigs and more will be available.

Grooming will be available 3-days a week by appointment only. Some services offered will include puppy cuts, flea baths, basic grooming and cuts, deluxe cuts, bathing, and nail clipping.

“I am pleased to be able to fund the grooming and boarding facility,” said donor Patricia Culler. “My late husband Lee Cunningham Culler, always instilled in my daughter and myself that it is important to give back to the community that has always been good to us. In his memory, we are proud to honor him in this way.”

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