Dogs Over 1 Year Old
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Adam took wonderful care of Olaf, and it was nice to receive photos and videos throughout his stay. He seemed to take care of him just like I would at home. I'll definitely be coming back in the future!
I was very relieved to find Adam to watch our Rottweiler. Rotties are a handful but Adam welcomed julio with open arms during our meet and greet and knew the way to Julio's heart by giving him an oversized tennis ball to play with while we were chatting. He sent videos and photos daily while we were away and kept communication open. I'll definitely reach out to Adam again in the future!
Adam is the best! Sage is super shy with strangers but she quickly warmed up to him and they became great friends! He was so accommodating with my busy school schedule last fall and always made sure Sage was taken care of. Highly recommend!
Pal for your Pup
********* ANNOUNCEMENTS (updated 6/2/18) *********
• LEASH-TRAINING DISCOUNTS WITH OVERNIGHT BOARDING
• 3PM 'CHECKOUT' TIME; EVE PICKUP AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
• GUARANTEED PRIVATE/ONLY-DOG BOARDING AVAILABLE (MIGHT BE EXTRA $$)
• KITTY CARE TOO - CONTACT FOR DETAILS
********* TIPS FOR NEW GUESTS *********
• 2-night minimum for overnight boarding
• Meet 'n greet required for new clients; book early!
• New guests must be housebroken
• Please remember to bring extra food & meds
• Keep reading for discount info & more important info!
********* ABOUT ME *********
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.