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Concerning Dogs
6745 15th Ave S, Richfield, MN 55423
Concerning Dogs is a dog walking and sitting service that is run out of the home of John Jones. Jones has been workingMore with dogs for since the late 60s and seeks to provide excellent service for an affordable price. He offers several services including exercise, walking, pet care, sitting, yard cleanup, pet transportation and boarding. Concerning Dogs works with their client's pets to maintain routines that dogs are comfortable with.
Club Tiger
7540 Penn Ave S, Richfield, MN 55423
Club Tiger is a before and after school program for Blessed Trinity Catholic School students ages 5 to 14. Students canMore participate in arts and crafts and get good exercise outside and in the gymnasium. There is also time to complete homework and quiet time for reading. Field trips are also planned throughout the year during the summer and school breaks to places such as the Science Museum, Fort Snelling, Twins baseball games and the Edina Aquatic Center.
2nd Wind Exercise Equipment
1420 E 78th St, Minneapolis, MN 55423
2nd Wind sells new and used workout equipment. It carries home gyms, free weights, stationary bikes,More treadmills and ellipticals. Every member of its staff is a professional fitness trainer so they can instruct customers on how to properly use the equipment.  The Richfield location was at one time the corporate headquarters for the business and it still maintains the largest selection of any of the stores in the Twin Cities.
Woof Central
6315 Penn Ave S, Richfield, MN 55423

Woof Central provides daycare services for dogs, including a range of social and exercise activities that keep dogsMore entertained and happy while their people are away. The staff gets to know each dog, so personalized attention is given. Boarding services are also available, with individual sleeping dens, and the facility features a 5,000 square-foot indoor playground for dogs to romp and socialize, as well as an outdoor area, grooming center and a lounge for humans. 

Dogs must be flea and tick free, in good health and pass a temperament evaluation. Dogs over seven months must be spayed or neutered, and an emergency contact must be provided. 

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