WE OFFER GROOMING, BOARDING, DOGGIE DAYCARE, AND FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE FOR BOARDING.WE ARE A SMALL FAMILY OWNED (MYSELF AND MY 5 DAUGHTERS) BUSINESS WITH 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU. BLAINE, BROOKLYN PARK, AND RAMSEY/ANOKA GROOMING IS BY APPOINTMENT MON. - SAT BOARDING IS AVAIL. 7 DAYS A WEEK. REASONABLE RATES.
In a facility with 14,000 square feet of romping room, Dog Days' trained staff monitors fun, friendly play among pooches. In addition to grooming and training pups, the staff also oversees daycare quarters comprised of climate-controlled indoor areas and an outdoor playground ringed with secured fencing. Canines undergo testing for temperament and vocabulary before being divvied up into separate groups according to size. Once at play, they share Kong toys, tennis balls, and colorful playground equipment.
After recreation eats up waking hours, boarded pooches snuggle into comfy suites named for European and tropical getaway locales. Each room has a cozy bed that's cleaned regularly. Staffers also wipe down toys, play equipment, and bowls every night with cleaning solution to ensure a safe, healthy environment for their four-legged guests.
At Lucky Dog Pet Lodge, experienced and caring dog lovers supervise playtime and pampering services across 30,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. Paws tear into an 18,000-square-foot outdoor yard or clomp across a 7,000-square-foot indoor space as dogs wrestle with fellow canines and chase new furry friends. Automatic watering stations constantly circulate fresh water for tongues to lap, and an air-exchange system continuously circulates fresh air throughout the center. Dogs preferring rest, solitude, or the Politics section of the New York Times can find sanctuary in quiet areas of the center, spending one-on-one time with the staff. Owners can also treat their four-legged companions to Lucky Dog's boarding services, which include 10 hours of daycare per day and private suites furnished with fresh blankets and cushy Kuranda dog beds.Groomers scrub pups and seasoned trainers practice behavior modification, teaching canines to sit, stay, and answer phones in a British accent. All doggy emergencies are handled in the capable care of staff members trained in dog-specific first aid and CPR.
Camp Bow Wow Burnsville’s pooch paradise resembles a cabin in the north woods, with wood counters and accents backed by a painted mural of dogs in the wilderness. Whether being dropped off for a day or an extended overnight stay, each pup gets the chance to play with other dogs all day in the spacious indoor and outdoor spaces. The watchful camp counselors set up playgroups based on each dog’s energy level and temperament, ensuring that young pets can tumble and race while the elders discuss the particulars of their treat pensions. Owners can keep an eye on their four-legged friend with the Camp Bow Wow Camper Cams, which provide a live stream of the indoor and outdoor play areas.
Building off the camp theme, dogs can retire to the camp lounge to relax in cozy beds, or race up and down the playground-style terrain. Each dog is provided with their own cabin, though they only visit them during meals and bedtime stories. The boarders also offer grooming services such as baths and nail trimming.
The doggy dietitians at White's Premium incorporate only natural, wholesome ingredients in their dog food, giving pets the proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals they need for a long, healthy life. Each recipe get its protein from real human-grade chicken, lamb, and fish and is always free of wheat gluten. Fill your pup's plate with Original Chicken ($9.99, 5 lb; $38.99, 30 lb)— packed with rice, barley, and a slew of minerals—or help older dogs age gracefully by giving them Senior Lite ($11.99, 5lb; $44.99, 30 lb) for help with weight management and reading small print. Other specialized cuisine includes Sensitive ($11.99, 5 lb; $44.99, 30 lb) for dogs who suffer from digestive intolerances or allergies, and Puppy (5lb $11.99, 30lb $44.99) for future dog presidents.
In 1874, English immigrants John and Eliza Ames saddled their percheron draft horses and ventured westward from the Atlantic shore. They settled a plot on the Minnesota countryside and their horses grew strong there, roaming 500 acres of grassy fields. Today, the Ames family continues to care for the breed at Cedar Ridge Arabians, Inc., leading many of their full- and half-arabian horses to class A competitions and earning the Breeder of the Year designation from the Arabian Professional & Amateur Horseman's Association in 2011. In addition to raising horses, the trainers guide riding students with lessons that include tacking, untacking, cooling down, and selecting suitable bedtime stories for each horse.