Absolutely. Siblings are allowed to board, though the office will ask for vaccines records to be up to date on all county required vaccinations as well as bordatella, and a behavioral fact sheet filled out to ensure proper accommodations during his or her stay. If after the BFS is received we have any concerns we will reach out to you.
Of course. Once you attend group classes you are a client, but is not uncommon to ask to have a brief boarding evaluation to make sure that during his or her stay we find the appropriate accommodations. A trainer will go over our boarding procedures and protocols with you.
Typically between 16 weeks of age a dog has completed all necessary county required vaccinations in which at that time would be eligible to board at our facility and or attend group lessons on premises. Some dogs may have completed vaccinations before 16 wks so check with your vet to make sure all county requirements are meet.
DHPP, Lepto, Bordetella and Rabies are all required to be up to date before boarding.
We do not do any high-liability bite work training. However, we train for a variety of specialized services. A strong foundation of obedience must be achieved prior to working towards specialized goals. Request an evaluation to determine the path that is best for you and your dog.
Absolutely. If it’s been a while since we have seen you, we may ask for an updated BFS to ensure proper accommodations can be made for your dog. We will contact you if we have any questions or concerns after it is reviewed.
Our goal is to create a positive and safe environment for all dogs in all stages or life and training. Our highly trained staff create play groups according to levels of play which are conducive to positive dog interaction. Depending on dogs present at the facility will determine if play groups are available. Creating a stable, safe and fun loving atmosphere is our top priority.
There are many steps in Potty training. Different breeds and ages of dogs influence the techniques and recommendations a trainer may make during your evaluation/lesson. Patience and consistency is key to success.