For a lot of folks, leaving your dog is the most stressful part of your trip. At Dog Gone Rite, peace of mind for our families is a standard service.
Dog Gone Rite pups love their "Down on the Farm" experience. Our Pals enjoy lots of outdoor play on a fenced in 5 acre piece of property, and are tucked away each night. We’ll do everything we can to ensure your dog is happy and healthy, and you can feel confident knowing your dog will be well-cared for during their stay in our safe and secure environment!
Interview Day FREE
1 Pal $25/night
2 Pals $40/night
3 Pals $60/night
"Once my pups stayed at Dog Gone Rite, I knew they'd never stay anywhere else. I had always felt guilty when they stayed where they were confined to small spaces. At Dog Gone Rite, they get lots of playtime where they can really run, jump, and interact with other dogs and with the staff. It's a family setting that they really enjoy. An extra perk is the beautiful grooming at the end of their stay. My boys come home exhausted, handsome, and smelling fresh!" ~ Marie, Mom of Bailey and Tristan
"I swear Eddie is the Dog Whisperer, and Chuck is a fur genius. MY silly dogs come back exhausted!" ~ Catlin, Mom of Stitch and Rey
Can any dog stay for boarding?
Dog Gone Rite has an all-day play environment, so dogs must be able to play safely in a large group. Every dog must first complete an interview process so we can see how they interact with other dogs. If they are over 6 months old, they must be current on their Rabies, Bordetella (for canine cough), and Distemper vaccinations. They must be in good health, and flea/tick free.
Special care is available for senior dogs, puppies, and dogs that require daily medical treatment.
Should I bring anything for my dog's stay? Do I need to bring my own dog food?
We suggest bringing your dog’s food from home to keep their stomach from getting sick during their stay. We will happily feed your pup our food, but it is best for them to not change foods rapidly. If you would rather we feed your dog our food, there is no extra charge.
Do I need to make a reservation?
For overnight boarding, we need a reservation, and it would be best to make a reservation as soon as you know you will need one. Depending on the time of year, we can often accommodate short notice or same day notice (if your dog has previously completed the interview process). Please be aware that holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas book several months in advance and other holidays book several weeks in advance. During the summer months, we may fill up early for weekends.
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