Here at NCK, we have had many wonderful furry friends come to visit. One of our families said it is like summer camp for dogs!
I do give better rates for extended stays of 3+ weeks. Contact me for a quote.
If you have never been here before and want to consider letting us babysit your doggy, we will start by scheduling a visit for you and your dog. We want to make sure you, your dog, and I am comfortable with each other. I will show you around and handle your dog on leash. If everything goes well, and you like what you see, we will schedule your boarding.
Because of the care we provide your pet, we will only take 3 - 4 dogs at a time. We make them part of the family when they are here! So always reserve early. Busy times of the year are, all the summer Holidays, late summer before school is back in session, and Thanksgiving. Book early!
My normal boarding rules are below.
Your dog must not have been to another kennel/doggy day care/dog park, or anywhere there are a lot of strange dogs, a full 2 weeks before coming here for boarding. It is too easy to catch a bug/kennel cough or a flu. I do not want anything spreading to my pack. And I want you to rest assured your dog is in a safe environment. Please be sure not to take your dog anywhere else when you are schedule to bring them here. 2 full weeks of staying home required before coming here!!
We had so many doodle's in the play pen, and they were all running through the pools, and all around the pen. Chasing who ever was "it" at the moment. I went and grabbed my camera to capture the fun on video. But they all stopped playing to see what I was doing.
Left to right Penny, Murphy, Amber, Abbey (lola behind Abbey, can't see her face), Belle laying down, Bailey in the back, Chamo sitting in front, Ginger laying in the back, and last but not least, Winchester laying far right
Lola, Bea, Chamo
We love to Baby sit! I really can't call it boarding.
Brodie in the play pen with dad and friends.
Brodie the Labradoodle and his big sister Katie the Golden Retriever are here for a visit.
Abbey's angel Lola stayed the night. We sure enjoyed her, what a doll!!! She loved the playpen!!
Mindy Sue is back, her and Missy are great playmates! Missy love's Mindy!!
Murphy & Mindy - Goldendoodles
Murphy is an F1 and Mindy and F1B
Sadie & Rudy - F1 Labradoodle's
Luke F1B Labradoodle
Mindy and Luke taking a dip
Baxter is about 5 months old and he loves to play with the little ones! He is Jo Jo & Winchester's F1 Goldendoodle.
4/8/08 Here for babysitting
Are you coming for a visit??
We love to have visitors! However, We can not have people just drop in. If I am in the middle of doing something with pups, or perhaps I have dogs loose outside without a leash, because we are training or simply getting some exercise I can not have people pull in without causing me problems. Please do not drop in.
Having visitors is great for my pack, and for litters of pups who are learning social skills. . Everyone will bark when you get here because you are a stranger, and when they are together as a pack, they act like a pack. But they will settle down after you are here for a bit. We live in the country, dress accordingly, nice clothes and nice shoes are not a good idea.
I am happy to arrange my day to visitor's just let me know when to expect you, and please do not be late.
Also remember, we have a schedule around here, I often arrange our day and routine around visitors. However when people are late it causes us all problems. I have had many visitors be as much as an hour or longer late. I can deal with 15 minutes late, but anything later requires a phone call. Please!!