Years of dog experience-lovely setting on 10 acres. Lots of individual attention, playtime, treats and love! To be fair and devoted to our "guests", we rarely make the exception of taking more than 3 dogs on any given date. We limit our house guests to three because they are just that...."house guests". They spend much time inside with us and aren't introduced to crating or kenneling....unless they feel more accustomed to, and secure with that setting. We do have two interior, 15 foot by 25 foot heated kennels with beds, rubber mat flooring, dog safe toys, music and a constant supply of water. These areas are most often reserved for our own pups to afford them a change of venue and to provide a place of "quiet time". Given the fact that we limit the number of pups we take in, available accommodations fill up quickly. A few of our reservation requests extend several months from now. We suggest that guests plan on reserving space with us early whenever possible.
Any visiting dog should be up to date on vaccinations for your pup's protection and for the well being of other dogs for which we're responsible. Aggressiveness and compatibility are assessed through our "meet & greet" process. The meet & greet typically concludes in less than one half an hour. We prefer to introduce our own dogs, on a leash, one at a time in our neutral, controlled outdoor setting. A skilled eye on behavior patterns can quickly determine compatibility issues before there's ever a problem. We have four dogs that we'd introduce to yours. They're all even-tempered and somewhat playful. Sometimes, a guest dog just isn't interested in other pups and prefers only the company of the two-legged variety. We'll all be able to evaluate and make decisions as to the best course for your pup's potential visit with us at that time. Please know that although the setting comprises ten acres, we do not have a fenced-in area other than by a stone wall. Our own dogs are restricted by an invisible fence system. We've found that visiting dogs stay with our gang and respect those same boundaries. Until we're comfortable to let them run free, but always supervised, all newcomers start on a 50 foot leash. This gives them ample room to roam and explore with a 50 foot radius. We can answer any questions you might have via email or if/when we meet in person.
Thank you for considering us for the care of your dog!
Canine Comfort Inn
Read More about Suzanne and Matthew...