Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
Lauren is fantastic. I am always so nervous leaving my fur baby. Lauren made me feel comfortable and sent pictures to give me updates. Her home is lovely and a place any animal or human would want to stay. Thank you Lauren!
Doodle had a great time. He loves playing with other dogs running around in the yard. Pick up and drop off was so easy. Plan on using again for sure. I sure does pay to do a meet and greet. I meet with another person and decided it wouldn't be a good fit for our dog. They were really nice just not a good fit. As soon as we met Lauren it was a perfect ...
It was great to leave my Shadow in a warm, loving home. This was my first time using Rover.com and Lauren and I hope to use them again. I loved seeing pictures of my dog having fun.
Pro-quality care in a home setting!
***NOTE: Daycare pricing will increase to $25 as of January 1st, 2018
***K9Home welcomed baby Ariel on June 12th! All new guests MUST be baby/child friendly.
I'm Lauren, I'm 31 years old and I have a lifetime of experience caring for a wide variety of pets from fish and reptiles to dogs and cats. I also have TEN years of professional experience managing busy doggy day camp and boarding facilities. My kennel responsibilities included ...
What Lauren would like to know about your dog
K9Home does not discriminate against any particular breeds. Through many, many years of observation and working with dogs I have learned that any individual dog may behave outside of what is considered stereotypical for its breed, whether that behavior is good or bad. What's most important to me is to complete the Meet and Greet to evaluate the individual's personality and temperament to asses whether he or she will be a good fit with my resident dogs and other guests. Some information that I find useful to know before hand:
1) Is your pet spayed/neutered?
2) Is your pet well socialized? (experience with doggy daycare/boarding, dog parks, training, play dates, etc.)
3) Has your dog ever exhibited aggressive or dominant behavior with other dogs or people? (humping, biting/baring teeth, snarling)