Airport considers boarding facility for pets

Plans for a pet grooming and boarding facility at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport moved one step closer to reality Monday when the Metropolitan Airports Commission voted to accept proposals from vendors interested in providing the service.

If all goes well, the airport could be one of a handful in the nation to offer the flying public a place to kennel their pets while they are away, said Pat Hogan, an airport spokesman.

The service offering day care, overnight boarding, and washing and grooming for dogs and cats would begin in March if a suitable vendor is found. A committee will accept proposals through the first week of December, then make a recommendation to airports commission in January, Hogan said.

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