Camp Canine’s daycare staff pampers dogs with sprawling play areas, nutritional treats, and interactions with furry companions. Four-legged campers conquer the grounds’ rocky climbing area or cool off in the water, lounging by the waterfall and competing in wet fur contests. To imbue canines with the requisite energy for play time, the camp’s on-site nutrition specialist serves enzyme-laden kibble and anti-oxidant rich Kangen water. A trained camp counselor supervises pups at play to prevent cunning canines from duping their peers into Ponzi schemes. Whether headed to work or to do afternoon errands, dog lovers may pick up and drop off furry friends any time during regular hours.
Trusted Pet Partners, an online legal document preparation service, provides pet owners with an easy, affordable way to create a pet trust and ensure the care of a pet should the owners become disabled or pass away. Establishing a pet trust eliminates concerns and assures pet owners that their animal will have a good home.
The groomers at Stars Fancy Paws aren't afraid of a nippy pup or a matted coat. They welcome all pets, from ill-tempered felines to dogs with bad cases of mange, and even furry friends other groomers have banned. The team has been trained to handle animals of all dispositions and fur types and expertly trims nails, cleans ears, and shampoos fur. In addition to grooming services, Stars Fancy Paws offers pet boarding.
The pet caretakers at Kern Pet Grooming give clients' best friends fur-fluffing makeovers during grooming services for cats and dogs. They primp pets using natural, chemical-free products to ensure that animals are not harmed by any cleaning treatments. In addition to basic cosmetic care, they offer specialty services such as deskunking and flea and tick prevention.
Even before Chris Stout founded Vineyard Kennels, she had already dedicated most of her adult life to helping. She started out her career lobbying Congress on behalf of food bank gleaning programs, earning the Presidential Volunteer Action Award award from Ronald Reagan. Then, about 15 years ago, she decided to help out a little closer to home. When her daughter wanted to start a grooming business, Chris worked toward her American Boarding Kennel Association certification, and opened up Vineyard Kennels. Today, she continues to run the kennel—and even lives onsite—with her dog Bitsy.
Her trained staff pools 40 years of experience as they watch after canine guests in the 10,000 square feet facility. The temperature-controlled building features sturdy cinderblock walls that shelter toddler and Kuranda beds. Outside, a fenced-in play area gives tail-waggers a place to frolic in the sun. After an invigorating romp, pups lap up well water that has been softened, disinfected, and purified with reverse osmosis. This water, along with a shampoo and blow-dry, also leaves dogs lustrous during bathtime. For owners who need to get to work early, the self-service corral allows for early drop-off and late pick-up.