We have a new service schedule during the Shelter-in-Place order. We will only be open for Daycare Tuesdays through Thursdays.
Boarding reservations made before March 27th, for March and April dates, will be honored. Otherwise, new boarding reservations will be on a case-by-case basis giving priority to medical and first responders, as well as, people who are critically ill that need care for their pets while they are in the hospital.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at (530) 867-5727 (call or text). We would be happy to address any concerns you have!
Be safe and well, folks!
Over here, we do not treat train; we offer praise and affection as rewards. We created a short video for you to see how we work with dogs and what feeding them food looks like.
Dogs are burning many calories when they’re over here playing with their friends and playing games that build their existing skills, as well as, teach them new ones. Therefore, we give them food to make sure that they get added calories.
Just like when we give them snacks, when we feed them breakfast and dinner, we make them sit patiently before we put the food bowls down. Check out the video below!
There is a lot of anxiety about dogs attending daycare due to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Though dogs carrying the virus on their coats (carriers) and transferring the virus to other people is considered low, the possibility is still there. As an extra precaution when dogs enter into our home to attend daycare or boarding, we are spraying their coats with a coat cleaner that is mostly made of white vinegar. We also suggest that when the dogs return home from being in our care that their owners clean their coats yet again as a safety precaution. Better to be safe than sorry, right?!
The recipe for the spray that we use contains a pure essential oil (peppermint) in a very low amount. The use of essential oils on or around dogs is quite controversial and opinions vary. We suggest that if you have any reservations about what oil or oils to use that you contact your veterinarian.
Some dogs have several allergies. For those dogs, owners will need to supply us with a waterless shampoo, spray or wipes to clean their dog’s coat with. We will return all products with the dog when the dog goes home.
As a general recipe note: You can simply just omit the essential oil and just use white vinegar and water.
The important thing is making sure that we’re all as clean and safe (as much as we can be) during this time of much uncertainty, as well as, keeping at least a six-foot distance between us and others.
Wishing you health and happiness!
Using a 24-ounce spray bottle
6 oz water
16 oz white vinegar
3 drops of pure peppermint oil