Ventilation Matters at Doggy Daycare

I labor at a petgy morningcare in my small town.

  • The people I was with and I take care of pets who are just there for the morning, pets who are there for a weekend, or pets who will be there long-term.

The people I was with and I have a large yard where the pups play, a “bedroom” where all of the pet bowls are filled and consumed, and a large “bedroom” where all of the pets sleep. The people I was with and I lake house someplace from numerous to a single hundred pets at any given time; as I’m sure you can imagine, a room full of a hundred pets can get odory, fast! Our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan helps keep us cool when the two of us labor with the pups, but it also ventilates our space and reduces the overall odor of the facility. Our “bedroom” has 2 large vents on either side: a single vent expels hairy, smelly air from the inside to the outside, while the other vent infuses clean and cool air from our cooling plan into the room. The unit in this room creates a cross-breeze that reduces the overall odor of the space. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C plan in this room is also equipped with a HEPA filter, which helps us reduce the amount of pet hair floating around throughout the facility. It truly helps us keep the hair under control! When the petgy morningcare began, the two of us were in a smaller facility, which the two of us eventually upgraded when the two of us had our current space built. The people I was with and I had a consultant with an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C company, who listened to our heating, cooling, and ventilation needs, and gave a customized system for the equipment, ducts, vents, fans, and filters that would help minimize odors and hair buildup in our space. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C expert’s advice was inupscale; our plan is optimal for our pets’ happiness, and our human staff likes it too!

 

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