This mural can be seen in the reception area of our Somerville Dog Daycare.

Dog Daycare, boarding, Seaport, Downtown Boston, Somerville, Cambridge

New Dog Daycare location 230 Somerville Ave, Somerville, MA

At Elliot’s House, our professional dog walkers and pet daycare providers take pride in giving your pups everything they need, from walking to pet sitting to pet taxi, and we have a lot of fun. Walkers capture your pup’s adventures on camera so you can see how much fun they’ve had. We have fully insured dog walkers, pet sitters, daycare providers, and a boarding company that services  Downtown Boston, Seaport, Cambridge, Somerville and soon to be continued…


Dog Walking Services, Dog Walkers | Small dog being walked
Dogs need attention, exercise and stimulation. At Elliot’s House our dog walkers pride themselves on giving your pups everything they need and we also have a lot of fun. Walking with us always leads to an adventure which we capture on photos and send you notes about how their walk went.

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Dogs with tennis balls playing | Daycare Services
In addition to walking, we offer full daycare. Socialization is the key to a happy dog. Elliot’s House daycare is a place to come and play and make friends all day in a safe and fun environment.

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Dog in a car | Pet Taxi Service
Whenever your pet needs to be transported, use our pet taxi services. Whether it is to the vet or to a friend’s house last minute, our Pet Taxi is more than happy to take him or her!

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Jackie Fernandes

Loved the people and the place. My dog Adele has been a bit skiddish since moving to the city. I took her here to find a new day care and she loves it. They gave me an update early on in the day to let me know how she was doing which put me…

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Response from business owner

Jackie, thanks so much for the excellent review! We already can't wait to have Adele back our way again soon! She's a joy to have around, and we're happy we could play a role in welcoming her to the city. -Carol L., – Owner

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New leash on life for dog walkers

As the US economy improves, young professionals are spending more for pet services and TLC while they work, travel …
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Elliots House is Hiring!

Elliot’s House is a premier pet services company looking for dog walkers and pet sitters. We are looking to add eager and energetic individuals to our growing team!

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