Canine to Five offers free dog daycare to WSU community
Canine to Five is giving Wayne State students, faculty and staff three free days of dog daycare to new and existing customers through June 30.
Canine to Five is a locally owned and operated dog daycare, boarding and grooming facility, where dogs are welcome to play in safe and secure facilities, including cage-free, indoor climate-controlled play space and secured, fenced-in, well-lit outdoor play space, according to its website. They also have a separate play area for puppies, small dogs and quiet time.
The WSU community can take advantage of the three free days of dog daycare at any of their locations:
Midtown | 313-831-3647
3443 Cass St. Detroit, MI 48201
New Center | 313-831-3647 x892
892 W Baltimore St. Detroit, MI 48202
Ferndale | 248-556-5675
1221 E Nine Mile Rd. Ferndale, MI 48220
Students, faculty or staff interested in this offer can call any location to sign up today.
Canine to Five also participates in WSU’s “Show Your One Card and Save” program, where students, faculty and staff can enjoy a 10 percent discount on daycare packages and overnight boarding. For more information about Canine to Five, visit caninetofive.com.