A Typical Night Boarding

Do you need to go away for a few days but are not sure what to do with your canine companion? Many dog owners dislike the thought of leaving their dog in a traditional kennel. It is a strange place with minimal interaction with people and other dogs. Screen Shot 2013-02-10 at 4.31.29 PM

Dog-Gone Fun offers an alternative to traditional boarding.

Our overnight guests are automatically a part of our daycare environment. They will play and romp in our recreation areas all day with our staff and their canine buddies. Dogs are split into play groups according to size and play style.

All dogs receive a formal “quiet time” between 12-2:00 p.m. but are welcome to take an extra afternoon snooze on the couch if they choose!

When all our guests have spent their energy for the day, it is close to dinnertime at 5:30 p.m. From 5:30-6:00 p.m., all dogs enjoy a few after dinner stories and play. Yes, we actually tell the dogs stories. They love to listen! At 6 p.m. it is lights out at Dog-Gone Fun and all the dogs welcome the solitude of their personal kennels. We return at 9 p.m. for a potty break and the dogs are nestled in for the night.

Our Facility is secured by a monitored security system to keep your dog safe throughout the night. We also have a private web cam system that allows us to monitor all the dogs throughout the night. In the morning, it is up for breakfast and some more playtime.

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