Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Age: 2 years
Daycare Buddies: Bella B., Brinkley M., Mitzi
Fun Facts: Captain Jack fit in right away with the pack and made fast friends!
Canine to Five is going all out for March, because March is an important month. It’s when Hour Detroit Magazine counts the final ballots for Best of Detroit 2014. It’s not a category, but if there was a “Best Client Base” category, we know that the Canine to Five Detroit and Ferndale communities would have it by a landslide and we hope you feel the same way about us.
That’s why the March Photo Contest Prize will be 3 Free Days of Daycare for the lucky two pups (and humans) that win! Take a picture of your dog casting their vote for Canine to Five in the Best of Detroit 2014 ballot, share the pic with us by posting it on our Facebook wall and be automatically entered into a drawing for a chance to win 3 free days of daycare.
While at the online ballot, why not give your dog a hand (or a thumb, really) and cast your vote for Canine to Five officially. Scroll down toward the bottom of the ballot and look for Dog Daycare and Dog Grooming.
Here’s the details:
- Contest begins Wednesday, March 12.
- Contest ends Saturday, March 15 at 11:59 pm (that’s when the ballots close too).
- Take a pic of your dog casting their vote for Canine to Five however they would.
- Two winners (one per location) will be randomly drawn on Sunday, March 16.
- Winners will be announced via Facebook Post on Sunday, March 16 at 9pm.
- One entry per dog (though post all the pics you want – we love seeing your pups!)
• If you don’t see a “Like” or a comment from Canine to Five, it’s because we didn’t see your post, so repost and make sure it shows up on our wall. Be sure to post the pic as a Post on our Timeline, not as a comment to another post (those get buried really quickly and we would hate to miss your super cute photo).
We can’t wait to see the pictures. Happy Voting!
Groomer Name: Christina Thompson
Canine To Five Start Date: January 2014
Total Years Grooming: 5 years
Why they became a dog groomer: “I love working with animals, so I became a groomer to work with dogs and learn a new art!”
What they like best about grooming: “It’s a constant learning experience. I’m always learning new techniques, and of course I love the dogs!”
What are their favorite breeds to groom: Poodles and Bischon
By now we’re sure you know how much we appreciate the entire staff here, but what you may not know is how we pick our employee of the month. Every single one of our staff has input into who we choose. It’s pretty clear that if we let Liz or the managers at both locations pick, Rob & Kevin our desk superstars would be chosen every month and that’s not very fair. (This post was written by Rob -ed)
In Ferndale we have a simple box that employee’s place ballots in. We wanted to share with you some of the things said about our pack leaders in Ferndale this month by the rest of the team. We feel it’s very important to share this with you because a solid team working well together will make sure your dog is always taken care of. We’d love to hear your feedback too! Just stop by the desk on your way in or out and let us know.
She seems to always be thinking of her co-workers and how to make their shifts more enjoyable.
She is so reliable, I love being scheduled with her!
She always makes sure everything gets done on in the morning on our checklist when I am too distracted with the dogs. She is a huge help!
For always doing a great job with lunches and cleaning.
Jeff Gardner – The Pack Leader
Jeff does amazing work with our high energy dogs and his patience is always appreciated.
Going to Detroit to learn how we can all communicate together.
Having coffee already brewing when we walk in the morning is for real the most magical thing in the world. He has definitely won over A.M. staff.
“You guys are here for the dogs. I’m here to clean.” As we were talking about cleaning playscapes… Saw me going to do them & said he does them every night and that he should be doing it. Cool cat!
Has been awesome with her treat circles, especially during high energy days, it really helps calm the pack. GREAT JOB.
Doing nail trims in AM for dogs leaving early.
She did a really good job on the puppy stages board! They are awesome.
On a busy Friday, she handled a window of very busy and stressful pick-ups/drop offs with incredible ease while still being patient with the dogs and cordial to their owners.
Consistently doing a great job with every assigned task.
Is always in a great mood when he comes in. His positive energy is great for the dogs.