Our Cozy Kennels
We have kennels and crates of various sizes, allowing us to accommodate all breeds. Our kennels are big enough for your dog to stand up and walk around comfortably. Our smallest kennel size is 3ft by 5ft. We also offer large suites (10ft by 4ft) for your pup as well for an additional charge. We can provide bedding, and always provide water and food dishes. Your dog will feel right at home staying here with our caring staff! Owners wishing their dogs to be kenneled together must sign a waiver for the dogs to be housed in the same kennel, if any issues arise between the dogs they will be separated.
Please note that we do NOT allow dogs to board together in the same kennel for safety reasons.
3ft by 4ft STANDARD BOARDING KENNEL
Our smallest kennel, typically reserved for small dogs such as Chihuahuas, Shih Tzus, Beagles, Etc. These kennels feature a sturdy plastic tray base and both semi barrier, and open bar fronts. Pictured in this kennel is Nori, a 68 pound German Shepherd Dog, with a large dog bed for size reference.
4ft by 5ft STANDARD BOARDING KENNEL
This is our standard kennel for daycamp and nightcampers. These full-sized walk-in kennels feature both semi barrier and open bar fronts as well as some overed top options for escape artists. Pictured in this kennel is Nori, a 68 pound German Shepherd Dog, with a large dog bed for size reference.
5ft by 9ft GLASS FRONT BOARDING KENNEL
These full-sized walk-in kennels feature a strong glass front option with no bars. These kennels are in our main boarding room and are typically used for our large and giant breed dogs such as Great Danes, Newfoundlands, St. Bernards, ETC. Pictured in this kennel is Nori, a 68 pound German Shepherd Dog, with a large dog bed for size reference.
4ft by 10ft PREMIUM SUITE BOARDING KENNEL
These full-sized walk-in kennels feature a large open space for your pup to move about during their stay. These kennels are in a seperated area near our quiet room and are available for rental with a primium charge. All of our new dogs that arebeing evaluated for daycamp are placed in these kennels for their first day regardless of size. Pictured in this kennel is Nori, a 68 pound German Shepherd Dog, with a large dog bed for size reference.
We travel a lot and have used Dawgs a lot in the past ~3 years. We board and use the day camp for our Roxy. She really seems to enjoy it and will pull us in the door, when we drop her off. When we pick her up we get a daily report card of who she played with and her attitude that day. The staff really seems to care about the dogs. So much better than locking a dog in a crate all day with a few outdoor breaks.
Took Maddie for her first sleep over on Saturday night! She obviously had a great time and I’m sure would have lots of stories to tell if she could talk! I felt very relaxed knowing she was in good hands! The staff is always so friendly! Yes I would definitely recommend! The hours are great as well!