Dogs Over 1 Year Old
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
I can see that Adam loves animals. He did a great job taking care of our dog while we were gone. He takes the dog out for a walk and communicates our pup's Pics frequently. He takes close looks and care for the dog and let us know of the things he noticed. We were very happy with our experience and would book with Adam again.
Adam was absolutely wonderful with our pup and you can tell that he just adores dogs. He was very responsive throughout the weekend with updates and pics. Miss Tater Tot has a blast playing, taking walks and begging for treats I’m sure :). We’ll definitely be using Adam again in the future.
Took great care of my dog and gave her tasty treats and walks.
Pal for your Pup
********* ANNOUNCEMENTS (updated 11/1/18) *********
• NOW - END OF YEAR: PREVIOUS CUSTOMERS SAVE $$ (MSG FOR DETAILS)
• PRIVATE/ONLY-DOG BOARDING AVAILABLE*
• 1PM 'CHECKOUT' TIME; 1PM-5PM +50%, AFTER 5PM 100%
• NOW OFFERING KITTY CARE TOO! CONTACT FOR DETAILS
• LEASH-TRAINING DISCOUNTS WITH OVERNIGHT BOARDING
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********* NEW GUESTS *********
• 3-night minimum stay required for overnight boarding reservations
• Meet 'n greets are required for all boarding reservations
• All boarding guests must be 100% housebroken
• Don't forget to bring EXTRA food ...
What Adam would like to know about your dog
• Any 'triggers' you know of that could cause undesirable behavior - i.e. if your dog has a tendency to mark new territory, or will attack the television if Animal Planet comes on.
• Any relevant details about his/her history before being adopted
• Favorite games and toys
• Best motivator (treats, specific toy, etc.)
• If he/she will try to run away or escape if given the opportunity
• Medical concerns and activity restrictions
• Normal routine and rules at home you'd like maintained, i.e. stay off furniture, no table scraps, etc.
• If he/she has displayed aggressive tendencies in any situation, ever - including situations we might encounter that could trigger a dangerous reaction, i.e. bicyclists, cats, etc.
• Mischievous behaviors to watch out for, i.e. getting into the garbage, eating TV remotes, etc.
• Behaviors that need correcting, i.e. pulling on the leash, digging up the yard, urinating from excitement/nervousness, marking, etc.