Boarding:

Are you headed off on vacation and need a reliable place to leave your dog? Did you adopt your dog from CARES and you want to leave them somewhere familiar while you’re away? Do you work long days at work and want more daytime enrichment for your dog? Sounds like we can help!

When space allows, we are more than happy to board dogs for both short and long-term stays. Providing boarding to dogs who have been through our program allows us to offer continued support to our clients and helps our volunteers to stay connected to the lives that they worked to save.

When you leave your furry friend with our staff you know that your dog is safe, comfortable and taken care of. We do everything they can to make your pet’s vacation stress free. Lots of outdoor time with a compatible friend keeps your animal healthy and happy. Our kennels are disinfected daily. And we have flexible drop off and pick up times for your convenience.

For short term stays, we have a daily boarding rate of $18/day. If you are looking for longer-term care for your dog, please contact us to discuss long-term boarding rates.

Here is a quick peek at our indoor and outdoor canine enclosures, exercise areas and our general boarding facility.

 

Training:

Are you having difficulty managing or training the dog you adopted from CARES? Behavioural issues have come up? Just don’t know where to start with training your new dog? Are interested in advanced obedience or sport trial. We welcome dogs, with a special invitation the ones who have come through our CARES program to join us back at our facility for some additional training with their owner. We will work with you to provide training, behavioural solutions to the issues you may have been encountering and, overall, help you improve communication between you and your dog at what ever level you may be currently at. Rates for training and behavioural correction classes vary depending on your, and your dog’s needs. Please contact us to find out more and arrange a consultation.

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