I am going to have to board my 7 month german shepherd the end of June for about a week... Does anyone have any recommendations? He is playful and sweet... I don't want to put him anywhere because I am worried about the care he will get... paranoid I guess... but he is our baby... Any recommendations would be appreciated.
I had to go take care of my sister back in 2007 when she broke her leg ( since husband was deployed and i didnt work she needed someone to be with her while she heeled) We were told about this place he is actually a dog trainer but he also boards dogs. So since i was going to be gone for awhile and couldn't take my dog with i sent her to obedience training and hunting training to this guy. (which was like 300 dollars for obedience and 125 for the hunting) He does kennel dogs for about i think 10 dollars a day and it includes food. He lives out in the country on a quiet gravel road. If i remember right he has a building with all sorts of kennels in them. and he lets them out to play. anyways if your interested here is his information. Since he runs this business out of his home they probably are just going to answer the phone hello.
Pheasant Run Kennels 1207 Z Ave, Council Grove, KS 66846, United States +1 620-767-6218
Ya he treated the dog good. The only thing is some people are against shock collars and he uses those during obedience trianing. But i couldnt stand my dog when i 1st got her she was only 6 months old when i got her but my husband was deployed and i couldnt handle her with a almost 1 and 2 year old. i was ready to get rid of her but my husband wanted me to give the schooling a chance. She came back acting like a totally different dog alot more mellow but still playfull she didnt jump on people. She didnt know any commands before going. As my husband said after she went to the schooling she turned out to be the best dog ever!
I left my mini schnauzer mix at Ringneck Kennels in Concordia for a week. It was also only 10$ a day and they did training with her during the day. Guy had a great attitude, and posted pictures of my dog on FB. Was nice to be out of town and see updates on my dog especially since it was my first time leaving her somewhere. The facilities are nice and when I came to pick up my dog she was actually outside with them off leash and stuff just being a dog, it was nice. If Concordia wasnt so far from Fort Riley I'd send her over there more often.