Home Headlines Chippie’s Place Breaks Ground in Villa Rica, Opening in May 2022

    Chippie’s Place Breaks Ground in Villa Rica, Opening in May 2022

    Photo courtesy of Villa Rica Main Street

    What makes Chippie’s Place unique?” Well, how many animal-focused facilities offer daycare, grooming, boarding, pet supplies, and — oh yeah — chiropractic care for our beloved Senior pets? You want more? How about pet training and obedience classes? Oh, you are still not convinced? Take a seat for this one — Chippie’s Place is a CAGE-FREE ENVIRONMENT. That’s right, there will be no typical metal kennels for Chippie’s clients, even those just there for grooming. All animals will be housed in modular pet bedrooms!

    Chippie’s Place, an offshoot of Chippie’s-On-The-Go (mobile grooming), plans to be up and running at 120 HD Williams Industrial Drive, Villa Rica, no later than May, 2022 at 129 HD Williams Industrial Drive, Villa Rica. Co-owners Connie Wood and Cyndy Tolbert have been working for more than five years on their concept and it’s coming to fruition in Villa Rica in the next year! Other invested partners are Elysia Greenlee, Dianne Fortner, and Karen Cole. A groundbreaking celebration was held on October 22nd.

    No ordinary grooming and boarding facility, Chippies Place will have employees on site 24 hours a day, seven days a week. No animal will ever be left alone, and of course, surveillance cameras are available 24-7 for pet owners to keep eyes on their pets.

    Chippie’s Place will have employees on site 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The entire facility will have camera surveillance for security and pet owner’s reassurance.

    Connie shares, “Chippie’s Place is the culmination of a long-awaited dream inspired by the joy and unconditional love we (Connie and Cyndy) have been blessed to receive from our pets and especially from our dog, Chippie, a Jack Russell terrier who crossed the Rainbow Bridge more than a decade ago but left behind a lasting legacy.”

    Their current customers are happy to hear of the new facility. Tanya Furr said, “Cyndy and Connie have rescued a lot of animals that others didn’t want and made them their pets and given them a good home. Not many people care enough to do that, especially with animals who have behavior problems or bad health.”

    Obviously, Chippie’s Place will be like no other facility of its kind in the West Georgia area. Check The City Menus in the spring to get all the Grand Opening information.

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    Sue Davis is a local freelance writer whose work can be seen in any COWETA Magazine issue over the last three years. She is the author of Lilly and Billy Visit the Farm, a picture book based on the history of Newnan, and she is published in two anthologies of short stories and various web-based content. Her interests include oil painting, reading, and baking “herbaceous” bread. Sue lives with her husband Larry and rescued golden retriever, Mariah, near historic downtown Newnan.