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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.

6118 Mount Angel Hwy NE
Silverton,
OR
US

The Dog Bark understands that dogs are family members that just happen to be furry. With that in mind, they target their pet-care services to pamper pooches as if they were your children with day care, boarding, and grooming. Daycare and boarding services provide dogs with hours of socialization and supervision while their parents are away, and grooming services ensure their fur is clean and knot-free.

1610 Commercial St
Salem,
OR
US

At Hound in Hand, lifelong animal lovers and licensed pet-care professionals Aminta Cheadle and Brianna Abdalla care for pets while owners are away. Their services include quick daily walks and taxi service, ferrying pets to grooming appointments or to the vet. During longer absences, they care for animals with daytime or overnight pet-sitting services, walking dogs, cleaning litter boxes, and performing minor household upkeep.

PO Box 2791
Oregon City,
OR
US

Tanis, Egypt. 1937. Indiana Jones descends into the fabled Well of the Souls, and lands in a slithering knot of black asps. The swashbuckler is struck dumb with terror, managing only to mutter the now iconic phrase: “Snakes. Why’d it have to be snakes?” Indiana Jones is not alone in his phobia. Tim Criswell hopes to change that.

Though the House of Reptiles founder doesn’t deny snakes’ potential to inflict harm, he hopes to foster in the public a more nuanced understanding of reptiles. He has amassed dozens of snakes over the years, including exotic specimens such as the indochinese spitting cobra, reticulated gila monster, and black mamba. He houses these serpents in his reptile museum, which was spotlighted in the Times not only for its exotic-species collection, but also for its mission to educate the public about the oft-feared-but-seldom-understood reptiles.

In addition to the museum, House of Reptiles features a retail store staffed by expert snake handlers, who draw upon years of experience to advise fledgling snake owners on proper care. Dozens of snakes are also available for purchase, giving animal lovers new friends who don't insist on cuddling every night.

11507 SW Pacific Hwy
Portland,
OR
US

Club K-9 caters to dogs of all sizes with extensive boarding, daycare, grooming, and training services available 365 days a year. Following a behavior evaluation, dogs staying for daycare play with pups of a similar size under close supervision. Boarding dogs may enjoy social playtime during the day or take up residence in a private boarding room with one-on-one playtime with a staff member. Other services include rewards-based training and grooming treatments such as bathing and brushing.

7360 SW Bonita Rd
Portland,
OR
US

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.

19 S State St
Lake Oswego,
OR
US