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THE PEABODY ADVOCATE
- Friday, March 17, 2017
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New doggie day care coming to Peabody
By Melanie Higgins
P
eabody is going to the
dogs . La s t Thu r sday,
March 9, the City Council ap-
proved a special permit, 10-0,
to allow another dog kennel
to operate within Peabody.
The Council awarded the per-
mit to Kerri Amor, a North
Shore resident and current
owner of Dog’n It, a kennel
that currently operates in
Middleton. According to the
Peabody Area Chamber of
Commerce, Amor’s business
will be the fourth of its kind
to operate within Peabody’s
borders.
Amor still has some obsta-
cles to overcome before her
business can open, which in-
clude obtaining a clearance
from the Department of Hu-
man Services; however, she
expects the process to go
swimmingly, citing her previ-
ous experience in Middleton.
After renovations she hopes
to have the business open by
the beginning of April at the
new location at 58Walnut St.
Ward 3 Councillor James
Mout sou l as i n i t i a l l y ex -
pressed some concern that
the dogs would create a mess
in the neighboring park if
let out to do their business;
however, Amor reassured
the councillor that the dogs
would be limited to the open
space provided on the prem-
ises.
Amor said that there is a
“strict” process for bringing
in new dogs. Dogs would
have to be evaluated before
being housed, must be neu-
tered or spayed, and have all
up-to-date immunizations.
To ensure safety of the ani-
mals, there will be no more
than seven dogs per employ-
ee on-site, for a total of just
under 30 dogs. The kennel
will provide overnight board-
ing, but will be significant-
ly limited to just a few dogs.
Dog’n It Daycare in Middleton will soon be moving to 58Wal-
nut St. in Peabody under the newname, Mutt Hut. The kennel
is owned and operated by Danvers native Kerri Amor.
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