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  • Could not have been better.  Every time I drive down the street my dog already knows where he's going and starts jumping around.  She truly is everything but ordinary.  And, she's got several other animals that mingle with the dogs.  She's friendly and punctual and has a beautiful place.
    - Jeff D.
  • I have been taking the dog here for at least 2 years. When we go out of town she also stays here. The facility is clean and beautifully designed. The staff are very professional and really like animals. They know my dog well and have also groomed her. I have not had any problems scheduling a special visit unless it is around the holidays.
    - Brenda M.
  • Provider name locked. had all the credentials and gave a great sales pitch. Anxious to get started with our new puppy and wanting in home training (it was my requirement when we decided to get anotyher dog-ours died in June), we fell for the pay all up front (1,375) to save half the cost of the first session. After a few lessions, It became clear that he wanted to help us train our dog to be a military animal. We wanted an obediant pet, not a military grade guard dog. It was his way only. My wife felt he was condecending and I was not getting what I needed to reinforce the training sessions. It became appearant that what he wanted to do was sell his "recommended" brand dog food and have us focus on signing up and paying additional for his 3 week "dog camp." We have found a new trainer and its been a pleasure to watch our new dog learn and for us to receive useful training suggestions tailered to our needs.
    - IRA F.
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