Owners Mike and Marnie Scroggs (Marnie's on the scissors with Utica Mayor Jackie Noonan), Utica Councilman Bill Osladil, City Clerk Beth Ricketts, their staff and the Sterling Heights Regional Chamber Ambassadors officially opened Bark Avenue Play & Stay with a recent ribbon cutting. They specialize in pet boarding, pet day care (growing in popularity daily), grooming, training, and they have both indoor and outdoor play areas, are staffed 24 hours with trained staff, and their staff is also trained in pet CPR. Conveniently located at the corner of Utica Road and M-59 (44900 Utica Road) they can be reached at (586) 739-2275 and on the web at www.barkavenueplayandstay.com. Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday thru Friday, 9 to 5 on Saturday and closed Sundays. They welcome appointments for their services and walk-ins are always welcome.