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Family vacation is next week and everything is in order. Passports and itinerary are updated, pre-vacation laundry is finished, and the kids have sent absence notices to their coaches. But there is still one major detail on your list: where will Fido stay while you’re away? Leaving him with a kennel stirs up some horror-story fueled anxiety, and Grammy won’t dog-sit after the dinner table incident. You need a place that feels like home, but can teach him some manners to get back in Grammy’s good graces. Before you choose a place for your dog to stay, consider the pros and pros of board & train facilities.

Save Yourself the Headache

Good news: your dog doesn’t need to go to prison because you are away. While common tales of abuse, neglect and filthy kennels are unfortunately true, there are safer, cleaner options for you and your dog. Boarding facilities that include training (like Dog Gone Amazing) are run by certified trainers with a clear passion for proper dog care.

Note: Not all board and Train facilities are created equal. Check reviews, get recommendations, and visit the site before making a decision.

Skilled, Knowledgeable Caregivers

Instead of credential-less kennel security, board and train facilities are run by certified, big-hearted dog trainers. They know their stuff, and they LOVE dogs. The board and train system also teaches your dog essential lessons faster because he or she is working toward new skills daily instead of weekly.

Home Away From Home

Board & train is a home away from home. There’s good food, good fun, and important lessons to be learned. Unlike a regular boarding facility, he won’t sit in a kennel all day. He’ll explore the outdoors, eat plenty of nutritious food and get to know fellow boarders. When you return, he will have plenty of new skills to show the whole family (Grammy included.)

Dog Gone Amazing Board & Train

At Dog Gone Amazing we want every dog to feel comfortable so they can learn and have fun while you are away. We know your dog is part of your family, and that’s why we promise to provide a safe, clean and social environment where your dog can learn and play. We limit boarding groups to 10-15 clients who have completed at least two Reno dog training sessions. Our philosophy: smaller groups = more attention. Our experienced, loving staff wants you to have peace of mind that your family member is having a doggone good time.

Heading out of town? Give us a call! We can’t wait to meet you!