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    I have taken two obedience classes here. The most recent was Level 1 obedience with Debra. She might know how to interact with canines but her skills with humans could be improved. Apparently the way I called my dog was "Sybil-like" and she let me know that in front of the class. Several years earlier I had taken my first class with Michael, and he had far better socialization skills than she.
    - Molly C.
  • F
    Idylwood Equestrian Center
    I began riding with Jaime Benner of Idylwood Equestrian Center in 2003. I remained with her for thirteen years. When I first started riding with her, she actually cared about teaching and riding, but I can't say the same for her anymore. She has become a money-hungry business person with little to no regard for the welfare of her riders or the horses under her care. Let's start with the horses. She will try to sell you one asap. If you are inclined to take the leap to horse ownership, do not trust her word. Get a vet check and be present when it is performed. She lied about the ages of both of my horses and concealed some serious chronic issues on one of them that a vet check would have revealed. I made the mistake of trusting her after riding with her for so many years. Do not make this same mistake. After I left her barn, I found out that one of my horses had been receiving massive doses of pain medication to make him sound enough to ride. I should have never been on his back, but she doped him up so that he was sound enough to go to the horse shows. This ties in to the money-hungry nature I mentioned earlier. All she cares about is getting riders to go to the horse show. She charges exorbitant shipping prices (3x the usual rates-believe me, I checked) and then charges you for "training" your horse while at the show and doesn't even ride them. Multiple other trainers have reported not seeing her at the show grounds all week until the students show up to ride on the weekend. On one occasion, she even admitted to injecting my horse with a medication to calm him down so he could be ridden at the show. This horse did not need to be sedated. No properly trained horse should need to be sedated to show. A sedated horse is a recipe for disaster in the show ring. How do you expect a doped up animal to safely jump a fence. Another example is the board fee that you pay. It claims to include half training which is two rides per week by the trainer. In one three month period, my two horses were ridden a grand total of four times! Thats 44 rides short for a 12 week span. I paid for the service, but she never delivered. The facility is lovely and the school horses are great, but the trainer is unethical. Unless you have money to burn and don't care about being gossiped about behind your back (oh, she loves to put other riders down and constantly complains about all the idiots that she has to teach), go elsewhere for your riding needs. Her riding skills are mediocre at best and no one ever became good from learning from a mediocre teacher. I switched to a different trainer, and in one year, I have made more progress than I did in the 13 years that I rode with her.
    - Andrea O.
  • A
    Customized Services by Cindy LLC
    Great, we are picky with whom we let in our home and we trust Cindy. She is reliable, trustworthy, thoroughly discusses expectations, and delivers detailed communication. She is prompt in returning calls, and pleasant to speak with.
    - Melissa C.
  • A
    Delicate Paws & Whiskers Inc
    We have used Delicate Paws and Whiskers for over a year; and it has gone very, very well!! She has been wonderful with our dogs, predictable, punctual, and very competitively priced. In addition, she provides timely advanced notice if she has to make changes to the scheduled times of the walks, and adjusts to any changes we may want to have. She leaves notes after every walk with comments and I'd describe her as the "Wonderful Woodbury Walkies Whisperer"... a delightful friend to our pooches. Strongly recommend the service.
    - Peter v.
  • A
    TLC Veterinary Hospital
    They are very great. I have a cat. They take very good care of their animals, and are nice people. They are very flexible. I was in the hospital, and they actually were able to go to my house to pick up my cat while I was in the hospital.
    - Elsa P.
  • A
    Angel's Pet World
    They don't sell dogs anymore. The one thing I liked, I am supposedly allergic to dogs. They let me stay in the store for like 4 hours so that I was sure I would like the dog because their policy says they don't take dogs back.
    - David C.
  • A
    Countryside Veterinary Clinic
    They take good care of them and the dogs like being there. We are very happy with their boarding service. We are a hour away from them and we are that happy with them. They are very good at putting your pets at ease and gentle with them. They provide lots of services at a reasonable price. They submit rebates for you for medicines and things. If you have to take your pets to the vet, its the place to take them.
    - David C.
  • C
    Animal Inn Pet Resort & Spa
    A friend picked my dog up and Animal Inn did not return the bedding that I had left with the dog. When I called they said they'd deliver it. They did, I'm not sure who they delivered it to but it wasn't to my address.
    - lynn l.
  • A
    Northern Star K-9 Resort & Spa
    We couldn't have asked for better care!!! We were impressed with the attention to detail, the staff's attentiveness, the facility and their practices more than met our needs. Our golden was 2 or 3 years old when she came to live with us and had lived in two homes and at least two foster homes before coming to her forever home with us, she was shy and scared. Up until her first stay at Northern Star she would stay very close to us and in the car she would curl up in a little ball in the backseat, she wouldn't get up until we reached our destination and we alerted her it was time to get out of the car. She had been with us for a couple of months before her first stay at Northern Star, we had seen a little change in her since coming to live with us. We asked them take her on a couple of nature walks and do some one/one training, she also played with the other dogs. At that point we also signed her up for daycare for a day or two a week to provide socialization and exercise. We started to see her build confidence and come out of her shell. She loves going to Northern Star, once we get in the front door she pulls me over to the desk and pushes her way past the gate so she can greet the person at the front desk, she is always greeted by name and with warmth and kindness. We recently started taking a class at Northern Star, we love the small class size and the personal attention where the focus is a fun learning environment for the dogs and their people. They do assess the dogs to determine if they are able to play with other dogs, have behaviors that might deter others from wanting to participate or if they may be harmful to other guests. We appreciate their efforts to make the environment safe, inviting and fun for their guests. We have found Northern Star to be reasonably priced, welcoming, the owner and staff are knowledgable, passionate, helpful, friendly to our dog and us. There is no need to upgrade from a regular kennel or pay for extra play time! The facility is full of rooms with gated doors and they believe the dogs should have the opportunity to play, run, and socialize as much as possible. For an additional charge she can get her nails clipped saving time from having to run her someplace else or go on a nature walk. They also sell reasonably priced healthy / organic dog treats.
    - Susan P.
  • F
    Hound Around Resort
    The cost ended up being free, but the cost was about $300 to $400. Our dog was sick when we picked him up and we had months trying to figure out what was wrong with him, but he was not the same dog that we dropped off. He had facial paralysis. The paws on his feet were worn out. He had to be on antibiotics for like a dog cold and he had pink eye on both eyes. The price was fine. She was alright trying to help me figure out what was wrong. I would recommend that no one uses them.
    - Lisa C.
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