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A typical day for guests at Country Life Kennels begins with breakfast, followed by digestion-promoting leisure time before a lively exercise session. Every session is designed to fit your dog’s requirements, and may include playing ball or tug-o-war, going for a walk, or just enjoying a good cuddle! If your furry friend is friendly with other dogs, social time between our guests is always encouraged. After working up an appetite your dog will enjoy a snack and a nap, followed by more social time, evening exercise, and a nutritious dinner. At 8 p.m. we turn off the lights so Fido or Fifi can appreciate some well-earned sleep before starting again in the morning.

$40 per night
Multiple dog discount available.
Payment is due in full at time of reservation.
(Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover cards accepted)
Reservations for new clients are confirmed and charged after initial intake interview.

You’re welcome to pick your dog up early should your trip end prematurely; however no refunds are available for shortened stays.
Should your trip be extended, your dog is welcome to stay safely with us until you’re home. Payment for additional days will be due at time of pick up.

We’re a small facility, preferring to maintain fewer spaces in order to provide more hands-on, family-style care. As such, we can’t afford cancellations. Please plan your schedule carefully before making reservations.

  • Cancellations will be refunded 50% of billed amount.
  • No refunds for cancellations during the following holiday weeks -
    Memorial Day
    4th of July
    Labor Day
    Thanksgiving
    Christmas
    New Years

Because we’re a home-based facility we request your respect for our pick up and drop off policy. This policy allows us and the dogs to settle into a daily routine, keeping boarding stress to a minimum.

  • Pick up and drop off is by appointment only.
  • Missed morning pick-ups will be charged $20 for the extra day’s stay.
  • Missed evening pick-ups will be charged $40 for the extra night’s stay.

All new clients are welcomed with a complimentary (and mandatory) intake interview. Our intake policy ensure that your dog will be comfortable with us while you’re away.

  • All boarders must have proof of current vaccinations or titers on file with us. Be sure to bring your vaccination or titer paperwork to your intake interview, and be sure to send us updated records as you receive them each year in order to avoid any unfortunate situations.
  • Boarders must be a minimum of 6 months old.
  • All dogs must be spayed or neutered to participate in group activities.

Visitors are welcome to tour our facility. Please contact us to make an appointment.

Nicole and Paul have a passion for all animals, especially those in need. Their spacious ranch is home to 5 cats, 2 horses and a donkey - all rescued. In addition they also share their home with 5 dogs, ranging in age from 1 year to 11 years. All of these animals are beloved and respected members of Paul and Nicole’s family and enjoy the highest level of care and attention.

Nicole and Paul’s dedication to service transcends caring for animals: Nicole has been a paramedic for 10 years, and worked in a vet’s office as a vet tech for 4 years. Paul has been a firefighter for 12 years. Their training has given them the tools they need to deal with any unexpected situation. You can be assured that in the unlikely event of a pet emergency your dog’s situation will be handled calmly and competently.