- We listen to our clients because we feel Kota’s Place Dog Daycare is as much yours as it is ours. It shows in our Website
- We take suggestions and recommendations to heart and implement the ones we think will create improvement.
- We never stop trying to be the best facility for you and your pets. We strive to be convenient. If we have to stay extra minutes for you, we are here without a word.
- Kota’s Place Dog Daycare doesn’t charge for “a la cart” services. We actually don’t have them. they’re stupid and a rip-off. We play with your dogs and they get exercise every day.
- We constantly clean our facility, not because we don’t ever want to be embarrassed, but because it’s the right thing to do for the health and well being of everyone.
- At Kota’s Place, We pride ourselves on being transparent. We have nothing to hide, ever.
For over a year now Sandy and I have been fortunate enough to be running our own Dog Daycare in Hyannis, Ma. on several occasions we have tried to explain just why we opened, but the true message can be hard to convey. I wanted to take a minute and put into my words why we opened Kota’s Place Dog Daycare and Boarding. You can read Sandy’s story here Sandy and I met in Arizona in the fall of 2015. She was there helping out her mom and working as a nurse at Chandler Regional Medical Center, and I was there with my son (he was helping me out but he doesn’t know it). We met by chance at a small gathering at the House of Brews; both there to watch a football game. (One of us thought the team was the South Dakota Charges – I set her straight). As we continued to date, we used dog daycare in Arizona for Dakota aka; Kota. In the year that followed, we traveled the country and used more daycare facilities. Some were great! Some were sketchy at best. We knew that behind the entrance door, we never really knew what was going on with Dakota. We had experiences that were expensive but we realized that our experiences were actually teaching us an invaluable lesson. As time passed and our relationship matured, we settled on the Cape to be closer to my family. I worked at a local car dealership and Sandy at Cape Cod Hospital. We had overlapping shifts which made daycare for Dakota a necessity once again. It was early on that we encountered issues with the daycare; Drop off by this time, pick up by that time or Dakota will be locked over night in a crate. It was constant pressure to be there within their little window. At times I questioned if there was anyone there at other times during the day. It was effecting my work, as there were times I left work in the middle of a customer to “get the dog.” Fail, and it was expensive. A daycare charge for the first day, boarding charge for the unwanted overnight and a daycare charge the next day – even if I picked him up by 8:00 am. I recall after a few months of this, wanting a tour of the facility. I had been rebuffed on several occasions. I finally demanded and was permitted beyond the front entry. Once behind the entry door, the stench of urine hit me so hard, I choked. We left the dog home after that and I would run home to let him out when time permitted. We were all miserable. About a month before we were married I was able to secure our building. It was not easy – huge time constraints and a lot had to be done and I was still working at the dealership 50-60 hours a week. I was blessed to have a very good friend help me with the internal construction for Kota’s Place and 2 weeks after our wedding we had it ready to open. A few things that you may not know about Kota’s Place Dog Daycare and Boarding;