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Minneapolis Boarding Kennel

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Can anyone recommend a kennel for boarding either on the northwest or southwest side of Minneapolis? I need to kennel my dog for a few days in June and being from Duluth I am not familiar with a respectable place down there. Thanks in advance.

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I can recommend one on the north side of town (near Wyoming) if your looking to drop off on your way down to the cities. Nice facility and good price....not far off 35 for easy access.

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