Hotel reservation? Check. Airline tickets? Check. List of must-sees and must-eats? Check. All systems are go for vacation. Except, what about your faithful pet? You can take your loyal companion along. Or ask a friend to host your animal or to house-sit. Hire a pet sitter. Or you can book a stay at a kennel. But not just any kennel — you want to be sure Fido will get the proper care. Fortunately, you’ve some good choices. Bay Area Consumers’ Checkbook and Checkbook.org surveyed its members and Consumer Reports subscribers about their experiences with area boarding spots. Several kennels rated by consumers received superior ratings overall from almost all of their surveyed customers.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 17, 2014
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - FAITHFUL FRIENDS PET CREMATORY, INC.
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