When you see the big yellow bus drive past, you can only think of all the bright-eyed kids making their way to school. However, in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia in Canada, that bus might contain something a little different: some adorable little dogs! Goodhands Boarding Kennel has introduced a pickup and drop off service for its doggy daycare clients, and it’s probably the most adorable thing you’ll see all day.
For owners who need to get to work on time, or just don’t have the ability to pick up and drop off their fur babies every day, this service is so convenient!
After School Bus Service
Instagrammer renamsyer commented on this photo by owner Rachel Haggett, “This is too precious for words. Just like kindergarteners waiting for their bus to take them home.”
In The Bus
Up to 10 dogs can fit on the bus at once. They are separated in cages in the bus until they safely arrive at the daycare center.
Driving The Bus
“It can be loud,” said the drive of the bus, “but other than that, it’s pretty enjoyable, actually. You get to see all the smiling faces and the wagging tails. It’s pretty fun.”
A Regular School Day
Once they arrive at the daycare, the dogs get to enjoy a fun day of activites before they head back home on the bus at the end of the day.
The activities they take part in include trampolining, playing in the ball pit, or even having a dip in the swimming pool, and fraternizing with their furry friends!
Close To Home
Their parents even send the dogs in with little backpacks filled with snacks and blankets, as well as their favorite toys so they can enjoy their day.
Owners Wayne Deveaux and Rachel Haggett love their clients so much that they throw them little birthday parties! The dogs absolutely love it and have a great time.
The team at the Goodhands Boarding kennels also love to celebrate other special events with the little pups and the big doggos such as Christmas, Halloween, Easter, and Valentines Day.
We Love Dog Daycare!
This Lost Boat Reappeared Eight Years After Disaster On The High Seas
The number of people who have circumnavigated the globe hovers just over 200. A far greater number have lost their lives in pursuit. In 2010, teenager Abby Sunderland set out to break records — when disaster struck. Her family’s efforts to recover her lost boat were in vain. But its story was not yet complete.
Man Rescues Moose And She Returns With A Big Surprise
Moose are known to be quite territorial and aggressive animals, and their enormous size and strength means they don’t make ideal pets. However, sometimes there are exceptions, and even the toughest of animals can become vulnerable and in need of the human touch. Erikas Plucas experienced this first hand when he discovered an abandoned baby moose on his farm, but what he didn’t expect was the remarkable bond the two would come to share. Not only that; it turns out that wild animals can also surprise humans in the most unexpected ways. Read here to find out how this moose changed Plucas’s life forever.
Hidden Safe Uncovered In Grandmother’s House Holds A Decades-Old Key To The Past
Sometimes, the most mindblowing treasures imaginable can be found tucked away in our own homes.. While sifting through the contents of his grandmother’s art room, one man happened across an old hidden safe, long forgotten and rusty. No one had known of its existence — and what awaited inside would forever alter what he knew about his past.