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Geralyn Kelly believes that the only way to train a dog is to know everything about them. After starting her dog education more than ten years ago, Geralyn has amassed canine knowledge via jobs at a pet store, a kennel, and now her own dog-behavior company. Since then, she has trained the North Carolina's first registered service greyhound, and taught a Shih Tzu how to alert her owner when his pacemaker battery is low.

Today, she leads training classes for dogs of all levels. She starts with beginning commands, such as sit and stay, ensuring dogs have figured out the fundamentals. More advanced classes teach dogs to heel and to come when called, while the therapy dog classes teach dogs the necessary skills to practice extreme patience and pass the therapy dog certification test.

3800 Reynolda Road Ste #210
Winston Salem,
NC
US

wholePET is brimming with toys, treats, and supplies for furry companions. Bones come in both plush and rawhide form, preventing dogs from gnawing on furniture or decorative skeletons, and colorful Up Country collars stylishly keep pets on their leash. Outfits, beds, and bowls round out the stock of pet necessities, complemented by bags of food and decorative treats. Although four-legged companions come first at wholePET, they carry a variety of gifts for pet lovers as well, such as t-shirts and mugs.

4001 Country Club Rd, Ste D1
Winston-Salem,
NC
US

Experts in the field of comfy, nocturnal support, the folks at Mattress Center pair sleepers of every stripe with their perfect mattresses. They stock their inventory with top-flight brands such as Sealy, Simmons, and Glideaway, each showcasing a variety of spring tensions, padding material, and surface area. The team expedites sweet dreams with free local delivery.

1268 Stratford Rd
Winston Salem,
NC
US

Geneticist Dr. Michael Bleyman founded Carolina Tiger Rescue in the 1970s as a breeding sanctuary for large carnivores whose habitats had become unsafe. Its original intent was to protect wild species that were crucial to the survival of particular ecosystems, sustaining the populations until their home habitats were protected enough to support them without risk. Today, the organization protects wild cats in captivity and in nature by providing homes for abandoned or neglected cats, raising awareness about the threats to these animals, and assisting with conservation efforts in rainforests and wild habitats. Carolina Tiger Rescue currently houses more than 70 carnivores, including tigers, black leopards, ocelots, caracals, servals, and kinkajous. Many of the facility's residents have been rescued from dangerous situations in urban spaces and private breeding facilities. Now they have a lifelong home in re-created natural habitats.

1940 Hanks Chapel Rd
Pittsboro,
NC
US

Watch My Wag, LLC is more than just a place for dogs to play while their parents are away. Because it was designed and supervised by a dog behaviorist, the pup-focused facility delivers a therapeutic experience that hosts structured play sessions and helps younger pups adopt good habits and shake the bad ones.

Older canines get some time to socialize with spirited youngsters, during which they can play, run, and jump with their new hard-to-tire friends. Over the course of playtime, youngsters watch their more mature companions to pick up proper doggy etiquette and the best tricks to convince owners to hand over some bacon during Sunday brunch.

Private training sessions help pawed pupils ditch bad habits and adopt good ones, from not chewing on furniture to how to create Excel spreadsheets should they ever grow opposable thumbs. When the sunsets and playtime ends, pups staying overnight retire to a private suite, where high-quality dog food and a comfortable bed await them.

255a commerce ave
Whispering Pines,
North Carolina
US

Training riders and horses is a family affair at Chapel Ridge Farm, where members of the Bennett family draw from more than 75 years of combined equestrian boarding, training, showing, and sales experience. Owner and head trainer Meagan Bennett takes the reins of each riding class, teaching students how to improve their horsemanship, from basic horse care to fine-tuning their jumping skills for AA competitions. While Meagan is out with students, her mother and one-time state equestrian team coach, Linda Bennett, handles day-to-day operations at the farm. Tom Bennett, Meagan’s father, also helps out and is often available to help transport horses between Chapel Ridge Farm and other equestrian centers to save steeds the aggravation of hitchhiking without thumbs.

240 Ever After Ln
Apex,
NC
US