Horseback-riding instructor Nancy White began teaching nearly 40 years ago. More than 30 of those years have been spent at her own Whitewind Farm, where indoor and outdoor arenas and fenced paddocks sprawl across 10.5 acres, providing plenty of ground to train steeds and riders alike. Although Nancy specializes in English-style riding, which primes equestrians for jumping, she tailors her lessons to fit the student, so the content is as flexible as a gymnast left in the sun too long.
The Dog Bark offers top-notch grooming, boarding, and daycare services for all breeds of tail-waggers, pampering them in preparation for meadow frolics and sidewalk struts. Each premium bath begins with a thorough massaging wash, blow-dry, and brushing before each dog receives a gentle nail trim to ensure it can text message nimbly. All Dog Bark staff members have pet-care and first-aid training to guarantee each pup's well-being. One hour of daycare in the facility's 6,000 square feet of play area is permitted for grooming customers, allowing playful pups that pass a temperament assessment to let loose without smuggling in contraband squeak toys.
Club K-9 welcomes well-socialized and evaluated dogs into a clean and spacious environment. Dogs can enjoy an overnight stay in social boarding, or large and small canines can cavort in separate areas during daycare under the supervision of a trained professional. After a full day of play, tired-out pups return to their owners. The center also offers group and private training, as well as bathing with all-natural shampoos and conditioners.
At Buster & Lilly's, your dog receives excellent care in a safe environment. They get socialized, fun-filled days. You get peace of mind. In addition to toys for their enjoyment and beds for when they want to relax, our clients receive individualized attention based on your input and their personalities.
When Eric Simpson first adopted his dog Gunner, he probably couldn't have foreseen how the pup would change his life. After watching daycare improve Gunner's canine social skills, Eric knew he had to open his own daycare facility. Today he and his staff care for pups in three BarkZone locations. Rather than spend all day cooped up in a kennel or watching soap operas on TV, dogs enrolled in daycare play all day in the indoor facility with staff members and other pups. The staff also welcomes overnight guests, and owners can opt to have their dogs walked or groomed during their stay.