Unspayed Females Accepted, Neutered Males Only
No Females in Heat
Paul is great! We left our 6 month old puppy with him over the long weekend. It’s the first time we left her and he made us feel so comfortable right from the beginning. He updated us each day with pictures of our pup. Charlie had a wonderful time and was given all the attention and activity she needed. You can tell Paul loves what he does and he really cares about the dogs ...
Paul took amazing care of boomer and I will be using him every time we travel. He is very professional and I know my pup had lots of play time. He kept sending photos which reassured me. Thanks Paul
Paul took excellent care of Stella, and we were especially grateful that he was available on a holiday.
Quality care for your best friend!!
Whats going on everybody? My name is Paul G. I have lived with dogs my entire life, training, watching, walking, etc. I am Red Cross Certified in First Aid / CPR for pets, and I am a member of the Association of Professional Dog trainers. This is more of a passion than anything else for me. My goal here above all else is to help you and your furry friends however I can with whatever you ...
What Paul would like to know about your dog
-Any issues with separation anxiety
-Temperament ( good with dogs? people?)
-Level of Obedience
-Medical Needs / Allergies (If Any)
FOR THE SAFETY OF ALL DOGS, for Boarding, Daycare or any service at MY location, the following criteria must be met:
Dogs must be at least 4 months old.
You must provide a Veterinarian certificate indicating proof of current vaccinations for:
• Distemper (DHPP)
• Bordetella Vaccine (Kennel Cough) within the past 6 months;
As well as evidence of :
• Negative fecal test result within the past 6 months (If parasites are discovered during their stay, specialized care and treatment fees may apply at the owner's/guardian's expense)
• Monthly flea and tick preventative medication (Dogs will be inspected at the time of check-in and if fleas or flea dirt are noticed, the pet will not be admitted)
This information is easily obtained from your vet. You should not place your dogs in an environment that does not require this!