Beth Stigleman, 55, co-owns Howl-A-Day Pet Vacation resort in Homer Township, west of Midland, located around the corner of Prairie and Homer streets. Howl-A-Day delivers animal treatment, which includes pet grooming, boarding, and working day care. They also present in-household pet sitting, serving dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rabbits, sugar gliders, chinchillas. It has boarded a large white farm duck and a hermit crab.
When fully staffed, Stigleman has 12-15 personnel. Stigleman stated they attempt to be the greatest regular pet treatment facility in the place. At the top of COVID past year, they could only provide care to the pets of wellbeing care, emergency, and crucial employees in unexpected emergency type conditions. Stigleman works with her spouse, Martin, at Howl-A-Day. They’ve been married for 11 years. They satisfied online when she was living in Ohio and he was in Indiana. Stigleman’s a graduate of Lincoln Substantial Faculty in Lincoln, Nebraska, and she gained a bachelor’s diploma in English at the College of Nebraska.