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The Arbor Dog Daycare owners are trying to convince planning commissioners to let them expand.
Planning Manager Wendy Rampson said all the city can do is enforce its ordinances by writing tickets — or file a lawsuit against Arbor Dog Daycare in court if problems get out of hand.
Commissioner Tony Derezinski said he believes only Zingerman’s Delicatessen worked as well with its neighbors as Arbor Dog Daycare. He pointed to the staff’s recommendation to approve it and the support from the owner of the neighboring condominium complex as major positives.
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Svoboda is speaking of his and his wife Margaret's decision to open Arbor Dog Daycare & Boarding in 2006. "Now," Svoboda says, "pet-related products and services are a $50 billion business." Arbor Dog Daycare and Boarding is a great solution for dog owners who are away during the day while their dogs remain at home without social interaction or activity. For happy and content dogs, Arbor Dog Daycare and Boarding will provide your dogs plenty of exercise and socialization.
Arbor Dog Daycare and Boarding is a large, cage free 6000+ sq. ft of indoor and outdoor play areas to allow socialization based upon both size and/or temperament. All the dogs are continually supervised 24/7 by well trained and caring staff. Dogs get their exercise at the Arbor Dog Daycare this afternoon. The business is hoping to expand to allow more dogs on site, but residents are protesting.The owners of Arbor Dog Daycare reached a compromise with the Ann Arbor Planning Commission Tuesday night, shaking hands on a deal to let the growing business — allowing up to 125 dogs onsite.Ann Arbor Planning Commissioner Jean Carlberg, left, wanted assurances Tuesday night that dogs wouldn't be left continuously barking outside if the Planning Commission approved an expansion proposal from Arbor Dog Daycare.The owners of Arbor Dog Daycare will be forced to wait at least two more weeks for a decision on their proposed expansion.