We are proud to be affiliated and certified by some of the industry’s leading organizations.
International Boarding & Pet Services Association (IBPSA)
The International Boarding & Pet Services Association is a professional business association that provides business resources, industry expertise, staff education and training, certifications, and legislative support for the pet care services industry. IBPSA Members include the owners and employees of pet boarding and daycare facilities, groomers, dog walkers, pet sitters, veterinarians, trainers, and holistic care pet care providers.
The Dog Gurus
The Dog Gurus provide pet care professionals with the resources and knowledge they need to successfully launch, grow, and profit in the industry. With a focus on the safety and well-being of dogs, owners, and professionals, especially in the off-leash, group-play environment, members of the Dog Gurus community have access to the latest industry trends and ongoing learning tools that help promote a better understanding of an animal's needs and the best way to effectively care for them.
The Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT)
The Association of Professional Dog Trainers is a professional organization of individual trainers who are committed to becoming better trainers through education.
Professional Animal Care Certification Council (PACCC)
The Professional Animal Care Certification Council is a nonprofit created by a team of industry experts to recognize high quality providers and help them meet the challenge of educating pet parents on the value of a pet care provider's investment in education and training. PACCC's mission is to bring independent testing and certification to the pet care services industry by means of stringent testing intended to reflect a professional's broad knowledge of animal care.
Mobile Chamber of Commerce
The Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce is charged with promoting the area through business and commercial commerce. Mobile's COC's mission is “to serve as a progressive advocate for business needs to promote the Mobile area’s economic well-being.”