Virginia Woof featured in Pet Connection Magazine
We are excited that Virginia Woof was featured in the Mar/Apr 2019 issue of Pet Connection magazine.
From the article (which is on page 7 of the magazine)…
“Looking to send your dog to daycare and make the world a better place at the same time? Portland’s Virginia Woof is more than just another doggie daycare it is also a program of the nonprofit organization Outside In, and provides job training to homeless youth in the Portland area while providing a fun, enriching, and safe place for dogs to play while their guardians are at work. As a formerly homeless youth myself, I know just how important dogs can be to the lives of youth who are experiencing housing instability.”…
>>Read the full article in the MAR/APR 2019 issue of Pet Connection
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Virginia Woof is Portland's only non-profit dog daycare, and they operate in conjunction with Outside In to provide job opportunities for disadvantaged youth. Their convenient West Burnside location offers reasonable rates for the socially conscious dog owner.
Working a shift at Virginia Woof Dog Daycare, Delilah Stevenson gently scrubbed strawberry-scented shampoo into a French bulldog's fur while listening carefully to her supervisor's instructions: Wash gently under the dog's arms. Hold her chin up. Scour between the toes. But Stevenson, 22, is learning far more than how to bathe a bulldog.
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