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Chasin'Tails, Dog boarding and grooming in Calgary
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It's here. The breakthrough in boarding, daycare and grooming that your dog has been begging for: cage-free care at Chasin' Tails. Break away from callous and confining facilities that masquerade their kennels as "suites". Break down the barriers and give your dog the best.

More infos at www.chasin-tails.com

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Tags: dog; grooming; kennel; boarding; calgary
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