Our feline friends have their own private enclosure with litter box in a separate cat room off of our lobby. The cats are let out of their enclosures on a rotating basis so they can enjoy the numerous perches, toys and sunshine offered in the room. They can bird watch through the outdoor window as well as people watch through the window to the lobby. If you desire and there is an appropriate cat available, we can try to match up a playmate while staying with us.
Fiesta Area: best for younger dogs, very social dogs and dogs that prefer lots of activity. Total of 20 rooms.
Siesta Area: preferred by more mature dogs, dogs that enjoy a more secluded environment, or one without a lot of activity. Total of 10 rooms.
The Family Suite: an extra large suite for multiple dog households. Only one room.
|We will work with you to get your choice of room type. If you are unsure, we will make a recommendation. All suites come with natural sunlight and a twenty foot private outdoor run for potty breaks. All rooms (except family room) are the same size, regardless of whether they are in the fiesta or siesta area. They are large enough to accommodate crates, doggy beds, and most any other item you want to bring along for your dog to keep him comfortable.|
OUR EXERCISE YARDS
We have three outdoor fenced areas separate from the private runs where dogs go out in small playgroups or by themselves for exercise. Two are long and narrow and consist of pea gravel, mulch, and grass. Our third yard is nearly square and only contains pea gravel. Dogs are rotated through the yards for playtime. We also have misters and kiddie pools when the weather gets hot. Please bring along your dog’s favorite toys, or we have some he can borrow while he’s here.
We have roughly six acres, which contain the house, the kennel proper, and a large field. We currently mow a large path around the perimeter of the field area to take those dogs that have requested a walk for their a la carte choice. It is Wisconsin so there are ticks, so please take this into consideration when requesting a walk. We keep the dogs out of the brush and do a cursory look for ticks afterwards, but cannot guarantee your dog will not pick up one or two that escape our notice.