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  • Dr Mike and his staff were really nice to Graf. Graf had to be held down and he wasn't overjoyed about the situation. He was taken care of as gently as possible and the staples were all removed. This procedure was done as a special case and was added to the end of the day on a Friday. Graf didn't seem to have any pain but he was very anxious and peed on Dr Mike's leg. After the job was done Dr Mike said there was no charge!
    - Bruce A.
  • Kathi was professional, knowledgeable, and compassionate. I couldn't have asked for better care for my cat (she stayed there for more than a week for her treatment) and will return for follow up care.
    - Jessica D.
  • Luc Bergeron, owner of Kamp K9, asked me to bring my two golden retrievers to his kennel for a behavior assessment before their scheduled boarding. He told me to first obtain fecal samples and kennel cough vaccines from my vet, and have the dogs' records (tick treatments, rabies shots, etc.) faxed over. Only then could we set up a behavior assessment appointment.
    My dogs had the mandatory vet visit that I paid $107 for, and my vet faxed the requested papers over to Kamp K9. Bergeron promptly called my vet and said he'd never heard of my dogs, and why were they using up all his fax ink on pets he'd never heard of?  My vet called me about this, so I called Bergeron. Without apology, he said he'd forgotten all about me and my dogs' reservation. After jogging his memory, he assured me that it was all coming back to him, and we scheduled the mandatory behavior assessment. Kamp K9 is 45 minutes from my home.
    A few days later, when I brought my dogs in, he brought us to the indoor playroom first. Immediately, he suspected my male was going to pee on the floor. I told him it wouldn't happen as they'd just gotten their morning walk. He responded, "If I had a dollar for every time someone told me that..." I said nothing more and he told me to go back to the office while he assessed my dogs. He told me the dogs were on camera, and I could watch them from the office. One by one, several other boarded dogs were invited into the room to meet mine. I watched my dogs respond with the obligatory sniffs and a little apprehension, but lots of wagging tails. There were no signs of aggression anywhere. I was very pleased to see this.
    Then he took them outside. I watched from the window while my dogs seemingly got along with a good dozen other dogs in his care. They watched my dogs carefully as my female tried to fit in, and my male barked a few times and retreated once or twice in response to the great barrage of dogs. Note: During this time, a pit bull grabbed and held firmly the neck of another dog while playing. The workers seemed to ignore this act. Although it was not aggressive, I wondered if things could be different with my dogs, or other people's dogs for that matter..
    Although I was certain that my golden retrievers had passed the required behavior test, Bergeron brought them back to me within ten minutes. Too my great surprise, he said that my male was too anxious, and had not passed the assessment. I told him that I didn't think that ten minutes was enough time to truly assess. He dismissed this, his mind clearly made up, and said I could bring them back another day for another try. Since I hadn't witnessed my dog acting overly anxious, I didn't see the point in trying to change Bergeron's mind. I took my paperwork and left.
    I should feel relief that I won't be leaving my dogs in his care, but I was looking for cage-free boarding, and it's hard to come by.  Folks should think twice before jumping through Kamp K9's pre-visit hoops. There are no guarantees that even your gentlest family dog will pass muster in this kennel. For the $50 per night that Kamp K9 charges for two dogs, you might as well get a sitter to come stay at your home. You'll save yourself the added vet expenses....and lots of aggravation.


    - Margaret W.
  • Both cats were obviously happy to see me when I picked them up but there were no signs that they experienced any stress during their stay. Both cats were very clean which tells me they were happily grooming during their stay. The prices were more than reasonable at $6 a night per cat. I will definitely use them again.
    - Wendy K.
  • We have used this service for years and it has always been a good experience
    - Barbara D.
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