All grooms include bath, blowdry, brush, nail trim, tooth brushing, ear cleaning, and anal glands. Scissor/trimmer work, extensive drying/brushing and anti-shedding treatments available.
All of the Blaine Kennels boarding & training staff are friendly, happy pet owners with the expertise to read your pet and make sure their needs are met. You can be assured that someone is always on-site, making sure your pet is safe.
Boarding - $32.00 per calendar day
Daycare - as low as $20 per day (a full 12 hours from 7 am -7 pm)
We track your dog's eating habits, potty time, notes on overall day, and medicine application (if applicable).
We have four separate outdoor play areas. Your dog will be separated by size and personality, to ensure a fun play time.
Your dog will be let out 4 times a day for a few hours at a time.
We take great pride in our training success rate. We take dogs that other people won't - regardless of age or special instructions.
COMING SOON - an online account management system for your scheduling convenience.
We have 3 separate indoor play areas for the dogs. Your dog will be separated based on size and personality. We do this to ensure a fun play time.
We sanitize each of our indoor play areas, 3 times a day, to provide a clean and safe environment for all of our dogs.
At our Blaine Kennels facility, we have heated floors and provide Kuranda beds to keep your dog happy and comfortable.
We have been training dogs for 25 years. Our trainers have over 50 years of combined experience.
We have many returning customers coming back with their 3rd and 4th dog to go through our training classes.
We focus on basic commands
such as sit, heal, and stay. We try
to keep class sizes small and limit to only 8 dogs per class.
Blaine Kennels Dog Park is a
private & exclusive membership
only area to work and play with
your little companion.
Our approach to working with
hard-to-train dogs allows a level of
communication & understanding you
won't get with other methods.
We will set up a time to meet with
you and your dog to see where there may
be room for improvement. The best way
for a puppy to learn is through consistency.