|This is the outside area of
an indoor/outdoor run. The
outside run is 20 feet long.
|Inside areas of an indoor/outdoor run
|Above is the outside runs of our
indoor/outdoor runs, which are
|You are more then welcome to bring your own
bedding, such as in the above picture (Zeke's
owner brought a blanket and we wrapped it
around the blue pallets that are in each run).
|Above are the outside of our indoor/outdoor runs that
are concrete on the outside. The reason we have some
runs that are concrete and some that are gravel is
because every dog is different. As well as the gravel!!
|The above picture is the inside
of a double size run which
accommodates families with
multiple pets that can room
|You're more then welcome to
bring your pet's own bed from
home. If you don't we do
provide blankets and beds.
|This is a photo of one of our indoor runs.
We use these runs if they are requested by
the owner or if the dog simply is happier
and more comfortable being in an indoor
run. A lot of the little ones and geriatric
dogs do better in an inside run. If your dog
is kept in an indoor run, they will still get
constant attention throughout the day by
staff and we will take them out throughout
the day for potty breaks and walks.
|This is "Cosmo" and the above
picture is his inside part of his run
and the picture below is the
outside part of his run.
|These three pictures are of "Watson". He
is one of our regular guests who prefers to
have his crate from home inside the indoor
part of the run for security. These pictures
also show him in the doorway that leads to
the outside as well as him in the outdoor
part of his run.
|This is "Maddie" who is also another one of
our frequent boarders. To the top left is her
inside run with her own blanket her mom
Maddie in the outside part of her run.
|Here is Lilly and Rascal. They are sharing a
run together, since they are from the
same family and have no problems staying
together. The above picture is them in the
inside of their run, with the below picture
showing the outside of their run..
|As you can see, the dogs can see each other as
well as touch noses. They usually get tons of
exercise running back and forth with their
neighbors. This is a safe method of interaction.
|The above picture was during the winter and
as you can see we have the door closed to
the outside run so that the dogs can stay
inside in the heat. The same goes for the
summertime with the inside being