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Hi! My name’s Mary and I’m one of the Shift Managers at Dingo’s!  In addition to seeing me when you drop-off and pick-up your dogs, you may have also seen the wall mural I recently painted inside the daycare!  I’ve loved both puppies and painting for as long as I […]

Pet Portrait Painting!




Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride Month is currently celebrated each year in the month of June. It encompasses a month-long series of events and celebrations including pride parades, picnics, parties, workshops, and concerts. Additionally, memorials are held during this month for those members of the community who […]

Pride 2023


Last year on Father’s Day I wrote about my dad, and the influence he had on me as a small business owner.  But I would be remiss if I didn’t also mention the father of my children, my husband, Christophe Beaurpere, when I acknowledge Dingo’s success story,  because were it […]

Father’s Day 2023


Juneteenth is a federally recognized holiday commemorating the emancipation of those who had been enslaved in the United States. It started in Galveston, Texas and is now celebrated every year on June 19th across the country. Dingo’s will be open from 8AM to 2:30PM on Juneteenth. In an effort to become more than […]

Juneteenth 2023



It goes without saying that a dog displaying aggressive tendencies is likely to be excused from daycare, after all, our first and most important role as purveyors of dog care is to keep our charges – the dogs – safe; however, aggression is not the only cause for expulsion.  While […]

Wag More. Bark Less.


Leaving your dog in a new place can be a nerve-wracking experience. “What if they aren’t watching my dog?” “What if my dog gets lonely without me?” Every travelling dog parent deserves the peace of mind that comes with knowing your dog is comfortable and happy, alongside a familiar, friendly face. […]

We are NOT a kennel by Kevin Ash, Dingo’s Assistant ...


This Father’s Day, I feel compelled to thank my dad, whose guidance and support helped shape the person – and the business owner – that I am today. Throughout my childhood, and into my twenties, I worked with my dad at his small trucking company in South Boston.  Over the […]

Happy Father’s Day



The “long, cold winter” is over. Flowers and trees are in bloom. The days are getting longer, the nights shorter. As we stand firmly ensconced in spring yet eagerly awaiting our favorite time of year here at Dingo’s – summer – please keep the following reminders in the forefront of your mind. The Sun Our […]

Summer Weather Reminders