Find top-rated Service Providers

Find Top-Rated Pflugerville Kennels

There are 4 top-rated kennels in your area and 125 to avoid.

After 20 years, it's now free to join.

  • More than 10 Million Verified Reviews
  • Nationwide Coverage
  • Trusted Ratings
Join Angie's List Now To see all 4 highly rated companies in Pflugerville

Explore Our Solution Center for Helpful Kennel Articles

Go to the article: 

Protect Your Pet as Kennel Cough Cases Spike

Go to the article: 

8 Questions to Ask Dog Kennels Before Boarding

dogs at kennel
Go to the article: 

3 Pet Sitting Options for Your Dog or Cat

dog in yard

Boarding reviews in Pflugerville

  • F
    There was no separation of dogs by temperament or size plus no toys for their entertainment or beds for them to lay on in the play area where they spend all day. The dogs stay in wire kennels overnight with no access to the bathroom. The website and location if you visit it are complete opposites. The website looks very inviting and friendly but when visiting the facility it is an industrial building where the employees are just watching the animals. You are paying for doggy jail at this service. I have visited multiple kennels over a week and use a company where the animals are loved. They are allowed to play outside with other dog all day long for free and are treated as family by the employees. I was looking for a new company due to prices going up but after my experience I would rather pay the higher price then take my animal to HIP Hounds.
    - Jessica C.
  • F

    The cost of an emergency surgery was given as $1000. After I confirmed my Care Credit spending Limit, cost was then raised by undisclosed fees (including the fees from a separate animal hospital), The Vet denies this and states she gave all cost up front. However, my phone record clearly indicate a trail from HTCA to Care Credit Customer service. and back to HTAC. If I had the true cost up front and knew the cost was so far out of my reach, why would I had made those calls concerning my spending limit. The main cost was the emergency care for overnight monitoring... I was not allowed to remove my pet and take him to hi primary vet for a second opinion. The vet said she could not in good conscience allow my pet to leave. All options were eliminated until all that was left was euthanasia...that is.....until they offered surrender of ownership. There was no signing over of ownership, no documentation, and it was done all over the phone. Despite having sufficient funds for the services HTAC would charge, they used the potential cost of a separate facility (ER) to coerce the surrender to them. The next day, I attempted to see my pet one last time to say goodbye and the on-staff Veterinarian refused any visitation. she did this without assessing the situation .she didn't even stick hear head out from the back room to even take a look at me. instead she sends the receptionist back with the news she should be giving me. I am told I did not have permission from the and quot;new ownerand quot; a technician employed by the hospital. I was told I could leave a note for the new owner about Hunter but was later informer by the Hospital owner that same veterinarian instructed the employee not to have any contact with me (the reason has never been disclosed). I was charged $185 for the exam and x rays but never received the invoice until May when I requested it. On the document for services I was charged for, my pet's name had been changed from Hunter to another name. That name matched the what the employee re-named my cat.

    45 days later in response to a Yelp review, the owner of the hospital alleged abuse and neglect and through company email disclosed my person information as well as a detailed description of my pet's condition from the medical chart and a detailed description of recovery. All documented responses, the hospital owner describes a near dead animal with an approximate loss/deficiency of body mass of 4-5 lbs. He falsely states that I admitted to willingly offering my pet 111 elastic hair band and observed him eating the objects that led to a gastric blockage. the Hospital owner defends their action by stating the cats condition was due to long term neglect without any proof. of further inquiry into my care or my pets living conditions. HTAC never requested Hunter's previous medical records proving that at 4 lbs., there was no severe body mass loss that had occurred. When I saw the HTAC medical chart for Hunter, my name was entirely incorrect, X rays had the incorrect animal's name, no pre-surgical lab work was done, nothing was done for his and quot;near deadand quot; state to stabilize before surgery, an estimated 3-4 hours had elapsed before surgery started, No pain management was documented, the emergency overnight care (which was what drove the cost out of range) DID NOT occur. He went home with the technician that night. The new owner actual was identified as early as part of the surgical notes, the vet who saw my pet didn't even sign her own medical records. The hospital owner sends a clear message that Hunter is allegedly brought in and almost dead, dehydrated, could barely stand and hold his head up. He also reports how he barely survived the surgery and the hard recovery he had ahead of him. the Hospital owner says that his body temperature did not elevate to a point in which they though he would survive for another 5 days. He describes a frail, weak animal fighting to stay alive, rescued from his previous caregiver's uncaring presence by a group of people with no motivation other than the animal well-being.

    I received a huge break which prompted me to write this review in mid-August. I was informed that multiple employees were freely discussing my case on their public Facebook pages. From 2/26/14, posted was the actual surgery of my pet and his x rays...this alone give a strong argument that there was a special interest in my cat from the beginning. Lounging immediately next to the active surgical area, leaning against the table/hands in the pocket is a visible staff member.....not gowned or gloved. the number of hair tie is also reported to be 45% less than what was publicly stated. On 2/28/14 (1 and 1/2 days after surgery) Hunter's new owner is shown handling the cat and dangling him in front of the camera with no consideration for the long incision along his mid-section. which is clearly shown and exposed. His lower extremities are unsupported; most likely pulling and stretching at the surgical wound. In post comments, a co-worker confronts the new owner about how she is handling Hunter and her response.... is and quot;psshs oh. whatever!and quot; He is fineand quot;. An this she fishes for compliment on her nursing abilities ( Interesting fact, the Texas Nursing Board recently sent Hometown Animal Care a cease and desist letter for referring to their technicians as Nurses; that's against the law). Lastly, Hunter is pictured on a dirty blanket. He appears alert, wide awake, and content. In no way does he look like the near dead animal the hospital owner reported multiple times to the public to explain the series of events that led to the loss of my pet.

    It is astounding that 2 veterinarians are having to publicly defend their actions and reputation and their staff did not even have the courtesy or respect to inform them of their actions and the damaging evidence against their employer they are responsible for. The individual who has my cat, did not feel it necessary to disclose her involvement to those two doctor who are fight so she can keep my cat. Other posts separate to this case were also seen that clearly show a staff who conduct is questionable. (In one instance, flinging of actual animal genitalia at each other was amusingly discussed).

    A new report was done on 6/30/14 by Dawn Denny from KXAN. She presented an extremely poor report limiting the story to and quot;someone who couldn't pay his bill and still wants his cat backand quot;. I was given 2 sentences. The remainder was devoted to the veterinary staff to sufficiently argue their side. Even the x rays shown are cropped to hide the fact that the wrong animal name is stamped on the film. The news station has flatly refused to consider any more input despite proven facts that were omitted and/or clearly incorrect.

    Currently this case is under investigation by the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.

    - Derek H.
  • A

    It was excellent. My dogs seemed to like it. My first experience has been good. Their kennels and their dog rooms are excellent and in bad weather, they have great indoor facilities for dogs to interact.

    - Ann B.
  • A
    My husband and I had to go to Dallas for the weekend at the last minute. He have recently adopted a rescue dog and were hesitant leaving him at a kennel. We were referred here by a friend and I am glad that we were. We called and there were able to take our dog without hesitation. The pricing was very reasonable and the staff was very very friendly.
    We took a blankie, snacks and food with his favorite bone and dropped him off. We picked him up on Sunday a happy puppy. I am very glad we called Doggy Day Out, I will be using them again.
    - Ashley S.
  • A
    I have not used the boarding services, but the daycare service has been great for my 2 dogs. The dogs are tired when they come home and the staff are very friendly. We will continue to use them.
    - Christin G.
  • A
    We've trusted Dogboys with our dogs for a long time.  The staff is friendly and knowledgeable and our dogs are well treated.  We highly recommend Dogboys.  They get booked up on major holidays, so plan ahead..
    - Joel H.
  • B
    Our visit with our dog was just like the story we received when we had our preview visit.  Our dog received a thorough evaluation as we had been instructed .  All the staff were professional in their business. We have no complaints other than the prices are too expensive for us and there is no discount for senior citizens.
    - Margaret O.
  • A
    Overall, they have been very good. They treat our dogs really well. We always feel that our dogs are in a safe environment. They always have people watching the dogs when they are interacting. I don?t have anything negative to say about them. We have been using them for many years now, and the price is pretty reasonable compared to other places we have gone to. We did our research initially, and subsequent to that, we have not looked at the price. We can buy a certain number of daycare options, like 10 or 20 packs, and we just use up those credits. I am sure that they are not extraordinarily expensive; they are affordable. I think their grooming services came in within the last couple of months. We would not have used them if we did not trust them with our pets. We don?t have any complaints. We take our dogs to day camp frequently. Our dogs are really excited when we pull out their training collars to take them there; they really like the facility. We would rate them highly and would continue to use them in the future; in fact, the dogs are there today for day camp.
    - Brooks M.
  • A
    i have used this company many times in the past and will use them again in the near future. we left our dog with them over christmas and they gave us a great picture of her with a bow on her collar. she always comes home clean and happy because pups get bathed after 3 or 4 nights, i can't remember which at this time. i would like it if they gave a discount for leaving the dog there for several nights. the current rate is $33/night. it would be super cool if they could do something like $30/night for stays 5 days and longer because anytime we use them, it's when we're going to be gone for a long period of time. they do offer discounts for doggy day care, but apparently not for overnight stays.
    - Wendy B.
  • A
    Hip Hounds loves animals and it shows. It is plain to see with their interaction with the pets they are not just in it for the money but really love their job. There is always an adult present with the dogs and they have playtime, nap time and even have a pool. It is a wonderful place and my dog loves it there.
    - Anna N.
Join Angie's List to view provider's name.

Kennels in Pflugerville

Companies below are listed in alphabetical order.

To view top rated service providers along with reviews & ratings, JOIN ANGIE'S LIST NOW!