This is a one if a kind place that I love and my dog really loves. She never wants to leave when we go.
our dog was there less than a month and we picked him up to get his shots updated and Rascal was covered in his own poop and pee and was bleeding from his face. No phone calls were made to tell us that our dog was suffering!
I have been bringing my dogs here for years and have nothing but great things to say, about both the boarding and the country club! I have boarded my dogs there for many long vacations and I can tell they are so well cared for. My senior dog with anxiety issues actually loves being there. Liz and Michelle really care about the dogs and go the extra mile to keep them happy and comfortable. The country club grounds are well maintained and my dogs get so excited to run and stretch their legs. I have met many other lovely dog owners in the group areas, and love the private area option, as people find my German Shepard overwhelming. We love this place and recommend to anyone who needs boarding or a place to run their energetic companions!
I love that it has "private" areas so I can hone with our dog off leash a d not worry he will be attacked by another dog
This kennel is not the place for small dogs. We left our 7 month old puppy there for 2 weeks. An agreement was made with the staff that he would stay in the office the whole time. He would have his own personal kennel, be allowed the roam in the office while they worked and be taken outside in the grass for potty breaks. There was an extra fee for this and we were willing to pay so he would be around people all day. We dropped him off and the younger girl was SO friendly. She told us, "he'll probably just sit on my lap while I work on the computer." This made me feel very comfortable as this was the first time we had left him. We returned two weeks later and what I found made me sick. The woman who greeted us wasn't the same one who was there when we dropped him off. We walked into the office and the kennel was empty. She said on the 4th day they had to move him to the regular indoor/outdoor kennels because he kept having accidents overnight and she would have to give him a bath every morning. She said she would leave him at 9pm each night and not come back to let him out until 8am the be next morning. He's a puppy! He does just fine overnight in his kennel at home, but his limit is about 7 hours. She went to get him and he was SO excited to see us! He was filthy, smelled bad and had feces stuck to him. I had to give him two baths when we got home and wash his bed, blanket and stuffed toy. It made me sad to think he was stuck out there all day and night, even when they were in the office, when that was our agreement from the beginning. The worst part of this is he came home with kennel cough! We had to take him to the vet the following day and were not allowed to go in the clinic because he is contagious. Now he is on 10 days of antibiotics to help him get better. This kennel may be a great place for big dogs to run and get fresh air, but definitely NOT a place for little dogs - even if they promise to pay special attention to them! We will not use this kennel again and will not recommend it to anyone.
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