I work from the home with my wife, Michele. We have a 5 year old AKC boxer who is very sweet and well balanced. He attended service dog classes last year. We take him to visit an assisted living facility 3-4x/week. He also likes going for peanut butter flavor snow cones at Tomm'y Snow Cone shack.
We fostered and adopted Greyhounds in Arizona and were featured on "Good Morning America" featuring the adoption and fostering process. Michele has attended many dog obedience classes and was a member of 4H where she use to show dogs in local dog shows.
Our neighborhood is located in a nice quiet wooded dead end street. We love our neighbors. Everyone socializes out front after work where all the neighbor hood dogs also get to play and socialize. The black and white dog in the photo is not ours. He just thinks he is.He comes scratching at our door every morning looking to play with Nash. I can not accept dogs in heat.
My house has laminatedone floors and all furniture is dog comfy. Plenty of room in our beds for those overnight stays.
We have a dog door and bells on our patio doors for those who don't want to use the dog door.
Recently dog sat a 4 month old lab who needed closer supervision and potty training. She was high energy so we borrowed neighborhood dogs to help drain some energy.
Dogs won't be bored with our large wooded back yard and occasional squirrel to chase. I also have an agility tunnel and plenty of toys. Don't be alarmed by Nash's size, Small dogs rule around him. My sister's 6# dog loves to play and boss him around too.
Not responsible if your pet doesn't want to go home.
Puppies under 6 months that require closer supervision and training will cost $35.
There is a 25% increase for holiday bookings.
Dogs picked up after noon will be charged for that day.
My son can take professional pet photos upon request. A few examples can be viewed on listing photos page.
All pets must have flea control and current shot records. Copy of records necessary for the health and well being of my dogs and guest dogs.
Meet and greet necessary for all local dogs.
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