Premium boarding and training

We specialize in premium, in-home boarding for family friendly dogs. We provide a pleasant atmosphere for well-behaved dogs who love to hang out with their people.

We also provide training, enrichment and socializing services to families who want their puppies to become their best selves into adulthood. We help you along the way of raising your puppy through a once a week play day (this group is full of very sweet, friendly and polite dogs), private lessons and board and train programs.

Our goal for every puppy we work with is to have them loving to please, play and get touch. Along the way they learn things like “no bite”, “no jump”, “come!”, “sit” , “down”, “heel”, “yes! good girl/boy!”, “go in your crate”, “quiet”, “take a break”, “go away/back back/move”.

If things are not going so smoothly at your house when the trainer is away then we help you problem solve with various different techniques for any given problem. We look at making sure your puppy’s mental, social and physical needs are being met in ways your individual puppy needs. The relationship is the core of everything we do.

Since we are raising puppies and toddlers here we cannot accept any aggression cases at this time.

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My three Loyal, Bliss and Stirner going on their run!

First time taking all three next to the bike with Sophy trailing vs my typical rollerblading. They did fantastic even with dogs yelling at them and off-leash dogs running up to greet. They stay over and lay down for people passing. They are solid, super proud of them.

If anyone knows how to convert a toddler trailer to follow rollerblades please contact me with your estimate. I think I need a third wheel in front for support and a bar going up to attach to a waist type harness. Biking seems to irritate my bad knee so I would prefer to rollerblade. Thank you in advance!
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You can tell they are having so much fun! When Piper was younger I would ride my bike and have her run next to me and she loved it!

Some of my favorite pictures of our boarding dogs over the last couple weeks 🤗 I feel so lucky to have such amazing dogs over this summer. Such a great group this week, love the vibes 😁 See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago
K9 Satisfaction LLC

Just some fun with Sophy and Hughie today! ❤️

Special mention to Hughie for following us everywhere off-leash with a smile no problem and even waiting his turn for Sophy to get the ball. This dog rocks! He was staying with verbal control only, didn’t need any ecollar work! Such a good boy!

We also went to Home Depot (seen in video) to help lighten the mood in new surroundings, smells and sounds. He went in and out of his puppy cautiousness and his happy/carefree mentality. Good boy Hughie!!

Please note to my followers not to use a prong collar on a dog when the dog is familiarizing themselves to new surroundings or greeting new humans/dogs, only slip lead (and treats if you need) so they feel comfortable. 😊
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Sophy and Hughie are both such good puppies 😂.

2 weeks ago
K9 Satisfaction LLC

Hughie has been amazing for me this week! This guy knows his stuff!

We transferred him to off-leash and he has yet to test the ecollar even at lower levels 😳 He is just so good he stays right with me! After just a little bit of prong collar work paired with lots of encouragement he isn’t even testing the prong collar and just walking relaxed next to me.

This guy is doing FANTASTIC for his age and it speaks a lot for what his family is doing with him. Great job to Hughie’s family for raising such a good listener and sweet boy. Everyone is super proud of him! 🥰
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3 weeks ago
K9 Satisfaction LLC

Hughie the 7 month Aussie doodle is back for a second week of training!

Hughie completed his first week of training focused primarily on working for treat/praise/touch reward when he was about 4 months old. Now that he is older and more confident we can add in some prong collar work and reduce or eliminate most treats as he loves to work for meaningful praise and touch. Look at that smile and proud work ethic!

Hughie needs better control during higher energy situations, when visitors come over, at doorways and just general respect/listening skills. He can be a barker at home but working on gaining confidence through his obedience training will help him feel better about seeing things in his environment. He is responding fantastic and demonstrating a great work ethic. We are super proud of him. Good boy Hughie!

P.s. Hughie’s groomer is out of town but we still think he looks adorable 😁
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