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We are neither a kennel nor a camp but a true home-boarding operation.

All dogs are screened before staying with us to ensure they are well-socialized and not aggressive. We only accept dogs that have been neutered/spayed and can be reliably off-leash. In addition, there are some breed restrictions as dictated by our insurance company (see below). We are officially licensed as a kennel by the municipal government…but we prefer to think of
ourselves as providing true luxury home-boarding to the discerning dog.

Our facilities feature a 4000 sq ft addition totally dedictated to the dogs. There is a wood-stove, bathing/grooming area, stereo system and lots of plush doggie beds and couches for lounging. Upstairs we have our kitchen area for meal prep and two big & bright rooms with private eating stalls.

Outside we have two large, fully-fenced grassy dog yards and beyond that a 50 acre playground of pasture, farmland and forest trails.


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A typical day at dougaldogs will always include as much love as your pup can handle!

Our day always starts with breakfast of course!  After that we head out on the morning off-leash walk on one of our many trail options.

After we return to the yard we might play some frisbee or ball, take a dip in the doggie pool or just relax in the shade and dream of dinner.

We do a long afternoon walk and serve dinner later in the day, finally coming inside when it starts to get dark.

The dogs settle in for the evening, usually quite pooped (pardon the pun!) from the days activities. Most will curl up in the main room on a comfy dog bed or couch, or get tucked into their own private crate if that is what they are used to.



We know that it’s pretty rough (ruff?) for your pup to be away from home so we do everything possible to minimize their anxiety .

Our aim at dougaldogs is to keep your pup happy and relaxed. We want our guests to feel that this is their home away from home. We pride ourselves on personal attention and interaction. Your dog will not spend his time sitting in a kennel and you won't pay extra for walks (we LOVE to walk!).





* Unacceptable breeds as defined by our insurance company are as follows: pit bulls, Akitas, Alaskan Malamutes, Siberian Huskies, German Shepherds, Australian Cattle Dogs, Rottweilers, Dobermans, and Chow Chows.