Medina Creative Pet Play is a unique full service doggie daycare experience and supports individuals with disabilities through its supportive employment work training program.
Enclave employees are involved in every aspect of pampering your pet including: pet care, pet training, pet photography, spa services, treat production and retail sales. Top dog services distinguish Medina Creative Pet Play a paw above the rest with a low caregiver to dog/cat ratio with reasonable rates, valet service, a grand boutique and so much more! Reservations are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome.
The new “Pet Palace” is located at 4080 Creative Living Way, Medina (next to GFS and Home Depot on Grand Blvd) and is open Monday through Friday, 7:00am to 6:00pm. The 3,000 square foot facility will employ 20 trained individuals who will work under the guidance of Manager Pam Voss, assisted by Sue McCreary and Cindy Shipp, who brings with her 30 years of experience working with and caring for animals.
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Doggie Day Care
*Packages must be used within 3 months of date of purchase
*Prices will be based upon dog breed and size
Kitty Day Care
On Thursday, May 23, Medina County Board of REALTORS brought their landscaping tools and gloves to help plant bushes and flowers at the new Medina Creative Pet Play Doggie Day Care & Spa site. The Medina County Board of REALTORS has selected Medina Creative Housing as their partner on four "Medina Realtor Care Days" this spring through fall. The Medina County Board of REALTORS will provide volunteers for projects on four separate days assiting Medina Creative Housing with several needs, including making our outdoor space at Medina Creative Pet Play as beautiful as the inside!
The Medina County Board of REALTORS is an organization in Medina that provides its members with innovative services, information and advocacy enabling them to grow and prosper. The Mission Statement of the Housing and Growth Opportunities Committee of the Medina County Board of REALTORS is "to promote, educate and involve our memberships and the community in support of the American Dream of homeownership for all".
This aligns perfectly with Medina Creative Housing's mission "to develope and manage permanent, affordable, accessible housing and provide quality services for individuals with developmental and physical disabilities." The Medina County Board of Realtors activities with Medina Creative Housing will further its mission to include a segment of the population often left behind in the home ownership realm.
On February 12, crowds of well-wishers, many with their pets, filled the newly opened Medina Creative Pet Play/Doggie Day Care and Spa at 4080 Creative Living Way in Medina (near GFS and Home Depot), celebrating the addition of one more program to an already impressive array of programs designed to enhance the lives of people with disabilities while providing useful service to the community.
In her opening comments, DePasquale-Hagerty said this latest addition is a unique supportive program that offers ‘Five Paw Service’ for pets, fulfilling a fast growing trend of pet owners wanting the best for their pets. At the same time, it is providing disabled individuals with the opportunity to grow in self-confidence and independence, use their time productively, be gainfully employed and give back to their community. It is opening one more door that is typically shut to people of disability, and giving them the opportunity to be all they can be.
Dr. Michael Carlson, MCH Board President, credited DePasquale-Hagerty for her vision, her belief, and her tireless efforts in making these dreams become realities. He said, “Medina County is where people with disabilities can grow, and we’re not done yet.” Pat Geissman, speaking on behalf of the Medina County Commissioners said, “These accomplishments cannot be found anywhere else in Ohio.”
DePasquale-Hagerty extended special thanks to AkzoNobel employees and volunteers, Bil-Jac, Brunswick Home Depot, Caleb and Scott Ernshaw, C. Martin Trucking, Tom Bednar, Tom Borror, Gary Calhoun, GreensKeepers, JS Construction, Lakeside Laundry, Leadership Medina County Class of 2013, MCA Property Maintenance/Construction Enclave, Medina Breakfast Kiwanis, Medina Excavating, Medina Kennel Club, Medina Signs and RPM. These individuals and companies were generous with their donations and efforts.
Others who were thanked for their dedication included the MCH Board of Trustees: Carl DeForest, Mark Dorman, Craig Hassinger, Jack Holland, Maggie Howell, Tom Miller, Janie Parish, Diana Riley, Ron Stollar, Bob Stopar, David White, Jack Kirby-Wilkins, George Wiswesser, and Trustees Emeritus Ann Reusch and Ron Zambetti. Among the special guests were Bob Arnold, Becky Shotwell, Mike Kovack, Commissioner Steve Hambley, Chief Dave Arbogast, and Dennis Neate.
Click HERE to read the full story by Angela Huston from MedinaCountyLife.com.
On Thursday, June 13, 2013, Home Depot of Brunswick, generously donated some supplies and all the labor to build equipment for our doggie play area at Medina Creative Pet Play. Play structures that were built include weaving poles and a house platform with multiple ramps. We appreciate Home Depot's support of Medina Creative Housing. The dogs love their new play toys!
On January 21 and 22, AkzoNobel brought 40 volunteers, donated paint supplies, and lots of spirit to customize and beautify Medina Creative Pet Play! The dedicated volunteers primed and painted the entire interior of this brand new building using paint colors selected by a design staff and a variety of paint products, supplies and equipment donated by AzkoNobel. This customization and painting project was spearheaded by Gary Calhoun, AkzoNobel Technical Director, Woodcare & Latex Paints Formulation Optimization. Thanks to the kindness and hard work of the employees of AkzoNobel, Medina Creative Pet Play has a beautifully designed interior!