About Us

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Puppy Paradise is a dog daycare, boarding and grooming facility that focuses on keeping your dog safe, healthy and happy. That’s why we require all dogs to be spayed or neutered if they are over the age of nine months. We also require that every dog’s vaccinations are up to date and they pass an one hour behavioral evaluation. We do not accept dog-aggressive or human-aggressive dogs into daycare or boarding.  For information about enrollment for your dog’s first day 

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Owners

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Jim and Kristyn are both natives of Hillsdale County that love the outdoors and their Labradors, Miggy (left) and Zaydee (right).  Their love of dogs, travel and adventure brought them together, but unfortunately their two fur babies can’t go everywhere with them.  After what seemed like an endless search to find the right daycare and boarding for two active Labradors, they decided to create Puppy Paradise. 

MEET THE STAFF

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Play Group Leader

Danielle started working at Puppy Paradise almost a year ago and loves playing with all the pups that come into the facility. On her down time she stays busy with sports, hanging out with her family of six and playing with her own dogs. She also takes pride in helping Jonesville Missions Apostolic Church with the community around her. 

Play Group Supervisor

Jessica has been with Puppy Paradise since October 2021. She loves playing and taking care of all the sweet pups. When she's not working, she is coaching Cardio Drumming or playing with her son and dog Belle. 

Groomer

Ally started grooming 7 years ago with her first doodle, Teddy. Since then, she has acquired two Aussiedoodles, Gretta and Sig. She lives locally with her fiance and new baby.  She spends her free time cooking or spending time with her wonderful family. 

Groomer

Lexi started working at Puppy Paradise over a year ago. She just finished her first year at Jackson College and is majoring in Sonography. When she's not giving dog baths or nail trims, she spends her time playing fetch with her German Shepherd Knox.