Dog Boarding Services and Rates

Programs and Services

  • Individual play time in spacious play areas that are supervised. Dogs from the same family play together; however, we do not mix clients’ dogs with other clients’ dogs for safety reasons. In addition to having doggie doors in each kennel, boarding dogs are taken out 3x/day, supervised. Since we are a relatively small kennel operation and since we live on-site, the dogs have constant contact with their human caretakers during their stay with us.
  • Large individual kennels. Average 5-10 ft. wide x 16 ft. long w/doggie door allowing dogs easy access to outside kennel space.
  • Specialized meal service. Robyn has cooked for her dogs for 25 years and hasn’t stopped yet. She prepares freshly baked chickens every other day that are carefully de-fatted, de-boned and if clients’ approve, may be added to their canine companions’ food. Jasmine or Basmati rice is also prepared, green beans, pumpkin, grated Natural Balance “roll”, doggie cookies and treats, all at no additional charge. We maintain an inventory of high quality dry food; however, clients are welcome and encouraged to bring their own food since this is once less variable that changes with less stress on their canine friend’s GI tract.
  • Close observation of canine functions, e.g., loose stool that may occur during a dog’s boarding experience. We take a history from the owner at check-in re: sensitive stomach and if their canine friend should develop a problem due to the dog’s anxiety or change of food, water, etc., we maintain protocols as recommended by our veterinary council that includes specialized food, pre and probiotics and if necessary, contact the DVM for verbal orders if these problems persist. In some cases if a dog is known to have a history of gastrointestinal problems, we may request that the owner bring with them whatever their veterinarian prescribes anticipating that there could be a problem.
  • Consistent daily routine. Our canine friends
    Indoor kennel area.  Another decorative piece w/function blocking excessive stimuli for our dogs.

    Indoor kennel area. Another decorative piece w/function blocking excessive stimuli for our dogs.

    Little Bailey, a Jack Russell, w/her "Dad", relaxing in one of our spacious play areas. Bailey had checked out & before leaving enjoying some of the beautiful scenery.

    Little Bailey, a Jack Russell, w/her “Dad”, relaxing in one of our spacious play areas. Bailey had checked out & before leaving enjoying some of the beautiful scenery.

    Robyn's famous baked chicken out of the oven & ready for de-boning.  Cooked fresh every other day for the dogs w/owners' permission.

    Robyn’s famous baked chicken out of the oven & ready for de-boning. Cooked fresh every other day for the dogs w/owners’ permission.

    know what to expect, when to expect and by whom. This approach provides a comfortable atmosphere and they tend to be quite relaxed with very low sensory overload. Even when the kennel runs are completely full, the noise level is contained and not overwhelming.

  • Clean, comfortable surroundings and daily laundry. We disinfect the kennel runs on a daily basis and ensure that the kennel environment is maintained in a clean and acceptable manner with fresh water, fresh blankets. We have two washing machines going most of the time in an attempt to maintain this goal.
Entrance to Sugarland Ranch

Entrance to Sugarland Ranch

Top view of Sugarland Ranch & kennel operations from Greta's Garden

Top view of Sugarland Ranch & kennel operations from Greta’s Garden

Sugarland Ranch showing the terrain and beauty that we are blessed

Sugarland Ranch showing the terrain and beauty that we are blessed

Little Jackie, a previous boarder and resident, living in Truckee, CA

Little Jackie, a previous boarder and resident, living in Truckee, CA

One of the kennel "wings". Note visual field blocked 1/2 way up to reduce sensory overload.

One of the kennel “wings”. Note visual field blocked 1/2 way up to maintain a calm environment for the dogs.

Depicts one of the larger play areas, located behind the primary building.

Depicts one of the larger play areas, located behind the primary building.

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Hours of Operation

Our office is open from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM, 7 days per week. The office is closed two days, Thanksgiving day and Christmas day. Check-in time is anytime during these hours and check-out time is by 11:00 AM. A later check-out can be arranged, however, an additional night’s charge would be incurred.
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Boarding Rates

$30 per night for one dog.

$15 per night for a second dog in the same kennel (50% courtesy discount)

 



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