Scotland’s largest doggy daycare centre PawHaus, based in Livingston, West Lothian, has been “forced” to close its doors for the last time.
The company said it tried everything it could to get the business to be “financially sustainable”, but hadn’t been able to “quite reach that point”.
It added that it hadn’t legally been able to say anything until now as it sought to find a solution.
The directors and team at PawHaus said: “We are proud of the effort we have all given and the many wonderful memories and experiences we helped create. We are sorry to say goodbye, but hopefully the positive memories and experiences you take from PawHaus will be something to hold onto in the future.
“For all our doggy daycare customers, please know that our team will miss you all, and that we tried our best to provide the love and care that you all deserve. We understand the logistical challenge this will create for some of you – again, we’re very sorry, but we have truly done everything we possibly can to find a solution.”
In October the company teamed up with nearby Cerberus Dog Training.