Spayed and Neutered Dogs
No Females in Heat
Crate-Trained Dogs Only
Marg and Dave are not only responsible/professional and prompt with responses/replies, but also kind, considerate, detail oriented, and very personable. The perfect place for 'little Henry'!
Gigi had a wonderful time with Marg & Dave. We received a lot of pictures and feedback on how she was doing during her visit. We will definitely request another sitting the next time we go out of town.
Margie and Dave are the best dog walkers we have ever had in the last 20 years. They took in Maggie and Bailey when an emergency type situation entered my life. Their photos and videos made my day! I always feel they are in very safe and loving hands because that’s the kind of home Margie and Dave have. They treat all their dogs like family members. As always I would highly recommend them ...
Marg & Dave's Canine Clients
About Marg & Dave
The PAW'nd-erosa, West of Loveland
The PAW’nd-erosa, a place for your pooch to stay and play
...providing care for small dogs only (under 30#)
…where your doggie(s) can feel at home while hanging out in a quiet country setting with our family
…for a few hours, a day (or two or three or more), for a week (or two) or pretty much whatever you need!
Daycare and boarding for small dogs only
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What Marg & Dave would like to know about your dog
** All ages and (house-broken, kennel-trained, gentle, well-behaved) pups *under 30#* welcome.
Because we provide care for pups from multiple families (and want everyone to get along and have a fun vacay), we have the following restrictions:
** We do not take the following breeds: Beagles, Dachschunds, Lhasa Apso, Bull Terriers, Pekingese, Pit Bull Terrier (or mixes), Shiba Inu, Staffordshire Terrier. Rottweiler (or mixes).
--NOTE: The following small dog breeds only accepted if well trained and gentle around other pups: Boston Terriers, Chihuahuas, Jack Russell Terriers, Papillons, and Shi Tzus.
** Our dogs are kennel-trained, and we need our guests to be also. We have found that kennels provide a spot where dogs feel safe and can rest when they need quiet time (kennel doors are always left open unless we must leave for a bit).