Tips to get your dog to enjoy out back time: Nothing brings me more joy than to look out the window and seeing my dog rolling in the grass or sunbathing. I’ve owned numerous dogs and what I have come to realize is that some dogs naturally enjoy outside time and others need to be […]
Not every dog is an ideal candidate for our Full Service board and train programs. Dogs that have aggression issues can often benefit from our program, but sometimes it just isn’t in the best interest of the dog. Here are a few reasons why we do not accept every aggression case that we hear about. […]
Maintaining a perfect heel command while walking your dog shouldn’t seem like a constant battle. If you have fallen into a habit of continually correcting your dog while heeling then your dog might be assuming that correction is part of their daily walking routine. It is only fair that your dog understands what you are asking of […]
Tell me, do any of these scenarios sound familiar? Scenario 1: New dog owners get an adorable Husky puppy. By six months of age, the puppy can easily be described as confident and bold. Pet people might just say that he’s “tenacious and playful”. However, it soon becomes obvious that the puppy will need a […]
Can a 1-2 Week Program Really Transform Your Dog? As a consumer trying to make the best decision on dog training, it can be quite confusing to sort through all the options out there. When I get calls from potential clients try to find their “perfect match” training program, a common question I hear is, […]
There are several types of boarding facilities and they all operate a little differently. I would like to tell you about them and what I see as their associated pros and cons: Veterinary Offices – I often recommend boarding at a vet’s office to individuals with senior dogs or dogs with significant health issues, given […]
The DogHouse has added a new trainer to our Team – Meet Samantha Adams Samantha Adams, Assistant Trainer/Kennel Manager My passion for dog training began 7 years ago when I started working with a young rescue dog, Zoe, to overcome fear and socialization issues. Ever since then I have been absolutely hooked! Since 2009, I […]
Carrie and Genghis qualified for the world team in Battice Belgium on Oct 1, 2016. This has been a dream come true for Carrie and she has been training Genghis for 5 years to make the team. Here are some pictures from the competition. Click Here to View all 25 World Team Belgium photos.
The Doghouse LLC now offers full service dog boarding to the public
We welcome working dogs, sport dogs, and dogs with aggression/socialization issues.
To reserve your spot please contact the kennel at 727-201-9790 to set up a prerequisite boarding evaluation for your dog.