Hello again! It’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything, and that is due to the construction of my new Canine Lodge (and home, which is right next door). Thank you Squalicum Builders! We broke ground in December and I moved in at the end of March. Woohoo!
While I am missing the dogs and cats I cared for during my days of pet services, I’m very excited to be able to offer doggie daycare and overnights for small dogs. If you missed our Open House dates, please call me to schedule an appointment to tour the Lodge. It’s a cheerful, open, and fun environment and my Campers are making the most of it! The Lodge features K-9 Grass indoors and the doggies absolutely love it! For all our rainy weather, it makes for a superior play surface that brings the outdoors inside. You can learn all about the Lodge from my revamped website.
CLIENT REFERRAL PROGRAM: Existing clients will get $5 off a visit for any referral who signs up for doggie daycare or for overnights. Tell your friends! I’m conveniently located near the Cordata neighborhood where many small dogs reside and what could be more fun than getting out of the condo for the day and having a day of play? A day of play is guaranteed to stimulate your dog and make him or her happier and better behaved. A bored dog can be a destructive dog, so think about the Lodge for even just a few hours of play a couple times a week.
On another note, Juno and I are busily training for the upcoming trial in Lynden on May 21 and 22 where we hope to earn our Rally Excellent title. We have not been doing much at all the last few months so we have our work cut out for us. In February, Juno secured her novice title in Jumpers and Weavers in the AKC agility trial that Chuckanut Dog Training Association hosted. Juno is a rescued Schip and I’m quite proud of her.
That’s it for now, but I’ll be back soon!