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A "misunderstanding"

I had been looking into every daycare provider in town and just about to give up when I found one that had to be too good to be true. Their prices AMAZING (infants ONLY $575/mth) and they even had drop in and after hours care. I answered their questionaiire which included questions like; Part-time or Full-time?

Does he/she sit up or not sit up?

Does he/she sleep alone or with you?

Any special diet?

Does he or she follow safely while walking with you?

Shot records?

Attachement issues?

Are special treats ok?

I mailed in my questionaiire and was excited for my visit. Upon arriving I noticed their were many dogs in the backyard and although I love dogs, it worried me that they had so many at a daycare. I was greeted and welcomed into the general "play area". As I started to notice I realized, this was indeed to good to be true, it was a DOGGY DAYCARE! I immediately apologized for the misunderstanding and left with a feeling that this indeed was a sign, time to look for a way to stay home!

—AnonymousWashington
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