When we first found Kozy kidz it seemed like a great opportunity. Boy were we wrong. Finding an opening was very tough here. The first time I picked my daughter up I was almost attacked by the dog as I was leaving. Luckily I was quick closing the door. Almost everyday my daughter had new scratches and bruises, a common occurrence among kids I understand but after a while it became obvious these were from poor supervision and her being left unsupervised to play on hardwood floors. Her final day I picked her up with a large bruise on her head, which I was told was from her falling twice on the same spot. Never once did I see either of the actual providers in the same room as the kids playing except in passing. Often the kids were left alone with the husband who was almost always dressed in pj's. While the situation was poor there is not many providers in my area and finding another place took several weeks. Fortunately when we did find another place, Kozy kidz informed us they had taken on a foster baby and could no longer watch our daughter, no notice at all. Within 10 minutes of meeting our new provider I met another former Kozy kidz parent who's child was bit by their dog. I wondered how this could be happening until I remembered the last day my daughter attend there were inspectors there and the dog was hidden. A violation was issued that day as well for having to many infants . In closing I think this daycare is more about an opportunity to stay home and work making money than providing consistent and safe care for the children they watch. It's sad.