ALL WE NEED ARE DOGS AND PEOPLE

While we are thrilled with the progress being made on our fourth location, the completion of the building is really only the beginning.

We can’t wait to meet the pups of St. Peters, and we are looking forward to hiring a crew of TWBers to match our excellent staff at our other three locations. And we are in search of dog lovers at all levels.

If you or someone you know wants to be part of an active and exciting work environment with room for growth and a team full of positive energy, check out and share the openings listed below.

Management Trainee

Front Desk Associate

Daycare Attendant

Overnight Dog Boarding Attendant

If you’re looking for the new location. Just follow these handy-dandy billboards along 364 at Harvestowne Industrial Drive.

It’s getting easier and easier to find us every day. Our building (at 1409 Harvestowne Industrial Dr. if you’re looking to put a pin in it) is being painted, and the finishing touches are being applied to the inside.

When it’s all ready to open, you and your dog will find 9,750 total square feet of space inside, 6,500 of which are dedicated to our indoor, rubber-floored play area.

Other areas include the Hound Lounge that is reserved for patrons in search of a more low-key experience, away from the main pack.

We will have Butt Sniffers Academy on site to help train dogs while they stay with us and provide classes to groups ranging from puppies to senior dogs to agility trainers looking for a challenging obstacle course. And maybe a treat or two after completion.

The Paw Spaw is getting ready to do some next-level pup pampering with a space dedicated to bathing, pedi-pedis and more.

And we’re looking forward to welcoming guests in our new reception area, complete with a garage door, harkening back to our first location at the retired fire house in South County.

Of course, we will also have giant doors we can’t wait to throw open to let the pack run and play in our 4,000 square foot outdoor area anti-bacterial, paw-friendly turf.

It’s so on. Almost.

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