I encourage the dogs to be quiet which makes for a More enjoyable and less stressful visit. A "Quiet House" is in the future plans. So, if there's a non-stop barking dog that the rest of the dogs are tired of listening to, it can stay in the "Quiet House". This way the rest of the dogs can have peace and quiet.
The dogs get to go outside at least 8 times a day. This keeps the younger ones from being so bored, and the older ones from getting so stiff. Some like to stay out longer and some go potty and come right back to the door, I just listen to what they tell me.
There are 3 different outside fenced in areas so if your dog likes seeing other dogs they can play, but be safe in their own area. For dogs that don't like other dogs, they won't even see other dogs. I just try to do whatever is best for your dog and keep them as happy and safe as I can.
You can rest assured your dog will have a fresh bowl of water in their room at all times. They have plenty of chances to go potty so they can have as much water as they want.
I ask that you bring your own food. I don't believe in changing their diet just to board them. Unless they are raw meat eaters. I'm sorry, but we do not allow raw meat. If you bring cooked meat or can fish that will be just fine. Any special diets will be no problem. (And no extra charge)
Folks here on vacation are allowed to pick up your dog during the day if you'd like to take them for an outing. We have folks that come every year. They take their dogs out boating and they even get to ride the jet ski. Lucky dogs! This is as long as your dog settles back into their "happy place" within a reasonable amount of time. I'm all about the dogs being happy.
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