Our Facility Provides

Boarding - includes SIX individual exercise sessions, outside play, 24 hour care, stuffed Kongs, chew toys, bed and bedding, and a late evening session of “Calming Touch” massage

Puppy Problem Solving - mouthing, biting, chewing, jumping, housetraining

Relaxation and Event Massage for Dogs, Cats and Horses

Board and Training Available

Behavior Issues - evaluation, consultation, private lessons and small group classes

 

Dog and Puppy Training - Private training sessions available at your home or at our facility. Basic training, sit, stay, come, off, down, on and off-leash work. Mini training sessions are included with boarding fee on puppies.

Problem Solving - use of relaxation massage, energy work & training for behavior modification

Day Care - is offered seven days a week with flexible drop-off and pick-up times

Home Pet Care - for cats, birds, fish, pocket pets, and some dogs

Open by Appointment
365 Days a Year

While you’re away, your pet can vacation in a peaceful setting where nature plays, in our SIX acres of fields and trails, which include 3 acres of secure training, exercise and play areas.

We specialize in caring for puppies, elderly dogs and those with chronic medical conditions.

Companion Animal and Equine Massage

Massage is not only a great “treat”, it also promotes relaxation to support overall health, and:
  • Helps detect changes in pet’s health
  • Reduces muscle tension, cramping & soreness
  • Enhances muscle function and efficiency
  • Increases circulation and removes toxins

Specific animal behaviors such as rubbing, licking and applying pressure, indicate that massage is used instinctively to relieve pain and respond to injury.

  • Reduces recovery time from injury or sore muscles
  • Reduces mental and physical fatigue
  • Increases human animal bond and awareness
  • Aids in injury prevention
  • Helps achieve full range of movement through increased flexibility

The approach to animal massage is generally light, working with the body to help it heal itself.

Massage and Energy Balancing are not substitutes for Veterinary medicine