Tell me about boarding with benefits!

Your dog will…

  1. NOT practice naughty behaviors in a typical dog kennel, nor with an overly permissive pet sitter.  😉
  2. Practice house manners. (no jumping, no incessant barking, and crate manners)
  3. Socialize 3x daily in playgroups.
  4. Rest easy in a structured environment with familiar humans.
  5. Lounge with trainers during office hours.
  6. Be viewable on our social media story.  A video is posted every 24 hours.
  7. Intermittently attend group training sessions and packwalks, and demonstrate behaviors for the new pups.
  8. Receive a twice-weekly update, which is emailed to you.

What are the prerequisites?

Graduation from a board and train program.  Click here to apply.  Is your dog an alumnus of preschool or private training?  If so, email as you’ll have a hoop to jump through before qualification.  Your dog must peacefully coexist with other dogs, and humans, and settle in a crate.

Questions & Answers

Q: Who may apply for Boarding with Benefits?
A: Board-and-train grads with permission from their trainer.  Preschoolers and private training grads may qualify after a brief four-day boarding program called Manners Camp.

Q: What is the cost?
A: $80 per day.

Q: Will you train my dog during their boarding stay?
A: Obedience training – no.  (Sit, down, stay, come, heel)  If you wish for your dog to brush up on obedience, and you want them in our daily training cue, consider a touch-up program.  But, passive training – yes!  Passive training addresses house manners and etiquette. Your dog will practice no jumping and no incessant barking, and crate manners.  They will work on social skills.

Q: One of my dogs completed a program with you, while my other has not.  I would like to board them both with you while I’m out of town.  Is there an option for my other dog?
A: Yes, your other dog has the option to do a four-day camp called Manners Camp.  After those four days, your second dog will qualify for boarding.