I am a cross breed of the arts and science(BSc. Agr. Animal Sci. Guelph) The arts give me creativity in the evolution of the business. What makes a better play area? Science fuels my interest in dog behavior and communication. Why did the dog behave like that?
My role is the pack's coach and leader- from 7AM till lights out.
I believe in volunteering my time back to the dog community by fostering rescues, up-training them and being an active part of the adoption process.
Your dog will probably get to be friends with one of my current fosters.
For any dog- staying at a kennel isn't like staying at home. There are initial stresses but also great opportunities to socialize with other dogs, explore a new fenced terrain, play top-dog of the sandpile, fine tune manner skills or get challenged on agility. Having active campers keeps boredom and stress to a minimum.
My day revolves around the kennel's routine of playtimes and walks.
Basic camp rules such as waiting at doors, or for food, walking without pulling, and playing nice with others are taught.
I like to send your dog home well exercised, maybe a little more solid on their manners and really excited when you turn off the highway next time they visit camp.