KROMP to Resume Soon!

KROMP to Resume Soon!

KROMP is our premier off-leash, adventure service where we take a handful of pups on excursions to places outside the area to run, swim, hike and have a blast with their friends.

We had to put KROMP on-hold towards the end of last year due to Larry’s (Jessie’s husband) heart surgery, and subsequent, complications that had arose out of the surgery.  Thanks to The Lord, however, he is fairing much better  now enabling us to strongly consider the date in which we will post and resume this awesome service that so many of you are waiting for 😀

Participants must meet the following criteria in order to attend:


  • Great with other dogs (zero aggression)
  • Current on all shots
  • Stay under voice command AND line of sight at all times (no running off or dogs that are semi off-leash trained)
  • Great with people
  • Know basic commands such as “sit”, “stay” or “wait”, and “come” (“down” and “heel” would be great not necessary to know in order to attend)
  • Cannot be sound sensitive
  • Must ride well with others in vehicles


Donner Lake

Donner Lake

If you have any questions about this service, please see our KROMP page or feel free to contact us at (530) 867-5727.

Hoping to have your pup with us for fun in the sun (and SNOW!) <3

New Service: K-ROMP!

Announcing a new service as of June 8th:  K-ROMP!  K-ROMP is now the name of our Truckee off-leash adventures, in the Tahoe area, or should I say, Paw’ventures 😀

We are excited to share in our adventures on our Facebook page where you can see pictures and videos of our adventures.

If you’re interested in this service, please check out information on this service here and feel free to let us know if you have any questions.  We would be happy to help you!

A Morning Treat

A dog’s daily, psychological diet always consists of a cool morning walk.   Naturally, dogs are all about adventure and intrigue especially in the morning (dogs wake up with a new batch of energy each day that needs to be drained).  They love to explore new smells and areas on a daily basis.  Knowing this, we like to surprise our dogs with a little off-leash time as a reward.

It goes without saying that certain conditions for dogs going off-leash must be met.  They must be under voice command at all times (it’s good to have the basic commands well-understood prior to letting your dog off-leash to include:  Sit, stay, and down), have zero aggression and be up-to-date on all of their shots.

A little off-leash romp when applicable can also be turned into a training refresher course!  Therefore, always make the most of the time you spend with your dog reinforcing command skills they already know; introducing new commands they need to know; playing a game of fetch or other breed-specific exercise in order to feed that part of their personality that needs to be fed.

Associating multiple forms of exercise (mental, physical and emotional) all at once will drain your dog’s energy completely.  They will feel satisfied, content–and tired.

[pullquote_right]Engage every facet of your dog’s personality in order to effectively drain their energy.[/pullquote_right]

Love for…

…the little guys. Even the little guys participate in the off-leash adventures. They can often be found being held.

Larry and Marley

Marley loves her off-leash adventures especially when Uncle Larry joined in.


… Day Trip. When going to Truckee, the dogs go! Since we care for Truckee dogs, they go on hikes as well. So, a great day was had for all!

Happy Hound

Houston was always a happy guy while in our care and especially loved all of the off-leash hikes that was incorporated within our service: Dog Boarding. He was so much fun!


Hana, Katie and Blossom–all of which have since passed on to Rainbow Bridge.

Buddy and Scout…

…during K-ROMP. Scout and Buddy loved their adventures together. Scout has since passed on to Rainbow Bridge.

Family and Fur

Snowballs and laughter always summed up winter fun for KYPSAH, and the dogs were no exception. Dogs love the snow just as much as the kids do!