1635 Dunlavy Street Houston, TX 77006 713-529-1200

IT’S SIMPLE.

DOG’S LOVE JACKSON’S PLACE, BECAUSE WE LOVE DOGS.
WE BET YOU’LL LOVE US TOO.

ABOUT JACKSON’S PLACE

Conveniently located in the heart of Houston, Jackson’s Place is a cage-free daycare and boarding facility for dogs of all sizes. We take the time to get to know our clients and their pets personally, and work hard every day to provide an experience best described as a dog’s home away from home. At Jackson’s Place, your dog will be showered with love in a safe, playful and clean atmosphere, and play all day with other dogs of all sizes. Whether your dog loves to play with friends, or has a condition that requires extra attention, you’ve found the right daycare.

THE CAGE-FREE CONCEPT

In 1993, Deb Sullivan adopted Jackson, a 2-year old Golden Retriever, from the Bay Area SPCA. With her 10-year old son by her side, their hearts broke to see the friendly and fun-loving Jackson in a cage. Taking him home that day, Deb promised Jackson “You will never be in a cage again.” In 2004, Deb opened Jackson’s Place and her vision of a completely cage-free facility was born. Jackson’s Place became the pioneer in Houston of the home away from home cageless daycare and boarding concept – a place where dog-lovers could bring their pets and know they would spend their time in an environment as comfortable as home with 24 hour human care.

MEET THE OWNERS

Deb Sullivan is an animal enthusiast who grew up around the dog show rings. Her parents raised and showed Great Danes and French Bulldogs, and there was never a shortage of pet chores to be done. Today, Deb brings her wealth of knowledge from breeding, showing and daily pet care, along with her outright love of animals to you and your pets. Debra started her career with dogs in 2000 when she opened Rover’s Leftovers Poop Patrol and then in 2003 with Houston Pro Pet Sitters.

John Halford has grown up around animals all his life. Coming from a family that has professionally shown dogs and have owned dogs since he was little, this is a bit of a dream job for him. From humble beginnings of scooping poop, John joined the family business in 2007 when he came home from 4 years in the Navy.