Dubai, UAE July 30, 2013

Following the collapse of its real estate sector in 2008 and the ongoing economic downturn, Dubai’s economy has displayed resilience, rebounding from this major economic roadblock as evidenced by the surge in foreign direct investments in 2012. In a report in the Khaleej Times last April 25, 2013, United Arab Emirates Minister of Economy Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri reported the 21% increase in the country’s foreign domestic investment with Dubai accounting for the majority of foreign investments amounting to Dh16.5 billion in the first half of 2012.

With its strategic location, Dubai has attracted numerous businesses seeking to expand their operations, with the emirate as their major jump-off point. In turn, this has translated to more job opportunities and the influx of expats into Dubai.

The robust growth of Dubai’s economy has also trickled down to local businesses and establishments like Dubai Kennels & Cattery (DKC), which specialises in pet boarding. Dubai residents turn to DKC for the suite of services it offers ranging from boarding and daycare to global relocation of pets and other animals.

With the global and local economies showing some real signs of healing, our business is picking up significantly, a representative of the business that specialises in boarding pets explains.

For expats mulling over the idea of bringing their pets to Dubai, DKC offers a suite of services specifically designed to help expats bring their furry companions into Dubai. These services include the procurement of permits from local authorities, cargo clearance, home delivery, registration of pets at the Dubai municipality, and even boarding at their pet hotel. Dubai owners can also request the delivery of food for their dogs or cats upon delivery to their home.


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