No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Absolutely awesome experience! Linda has a premium setup with tons of room for the pups to play. Will definitely be using Linda again!
Linda is great! She cared for our 16 month old goldendoodle like her own. She is super knowledgeable about dogs and has a lot of affection for them. We felt confident that Linda would take excellent care of Smiley right from the moment we met her.
Smiley had a great time interacting and playing with other dogs. His happiness was clearly evident from the photographs that Linda sent us.
We highly recommend Linda. She is ...
I wholeheartedly recommend Linda as a very responsible and honest, proactive professional. She has a keen understanding of dog behavior through many years of experience in the showing and breeding world, and yet I did not feel talked down to. When i asked for advice, she was honest and provided her opinions without being pushy or trying to make it seem as if she were the only one with the right answers. Initially, i was ...
30yr prof-exp, 3ac fence, full time
Linda works at home full-time. She has owned dogs all of her 58 years. She’s had 30 years professional dog experience with multiple breed top contenders in AKC & International obedience & confirmation. Her 3200 sf house is surrounded by 3 beautiful wooded & grassy, fenced acres. Depending on the needs of your dog, she has a variety of care options. Her property was set up for personal show dogs, now retired, it is for ...
What Linda would like to know about your dog
Any breed of dog up to about 100 lbs. Clients MUST bring me a hard copy of their dog’s up-to-date vaccine/worming schedule for me to keep in my files. If your dog is not up-to-date on PARVO, DISTEMPER, RABIES, WORMING, & (NASAL BORDATELLA ONCE A YEAR) & on flea/tick prevention they will NOT BE ALLOWED on the property. About Bordatella (Kennel Cough vaccine) the shot version only covers one strain and takes effect in two weeks; the nasal version covers 4 strains and takes effect in 24 hours. Dogs must not be experiencing diarrhea, vomiting, coughing (unless heart related) or any illness that could be passed on to other dogs during their stay. Must bring their food (dry, canned, cooked, refrigerated, treats), supplements and medications to be administered while they stay. (Please be mindful to bring too much food, that will go back with the dog, as opposed to not enough food in case you get delayed). I do not need crates, beds, leashes, bowls, toys unless necessarily specific for the dog like a “slow-feed bowl”.