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Canine Comfort Corner

20927 46th Avenue SE 
Bothell, WA 98021
Phone: (425) 890-6883
Website: seattle.citysearch.com...
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Canine Comfort Corner Canine Comfort Corner : Kennels & Pet Boarding, Bothell, WA



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by Sara14 at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 3/28/2012
Don't Board Here ! Read reviews
We recently boarded our two dogs at Canine Comfort Corner for the first (and last) time. Our dogs have been boarded a number of times before at other kennels. They do not like being boarded but they do OK. When we picked them up this time after boarding them for 9 days,we have never seen them in that kind of shape. I don't know what happened to them while they were there (I just have suspicions I can not prove) but it took them nearly a week to get back to normal.\rThey were thin, exhausted, filthy dirty, lethargic, and very thirsty and hungry. The website information sounded wonderful they sleep in their crates and play outside most of the day. I don't think that is what happened. I don't think they had water easily accessible and I am inclined to think they were left shut in the crates for most of the day.\rOne of them is a picky eater so we brought our own food (dry and canned) for them to eat. There was almost none of the dry food used by the time we picked them up. When I e-mailed during our trip I was told that both were being picky eaters so she was ""changing their food every couple of days. It wasn't helping much and both were having diarrhea"". duh. they don't do well when their food is changed!\rWe will never board them there again. The place is very unprofessional in appearance and in practice. I think they might even drug the dogs to keep them quieter (againno proof, just suspicions). I don't think the experience they provide for the dogs is anything like they note on their website....
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by aliceflax at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 6/20/2011
NEVER TAKE YOUR DOG HERE
i boarded my dog here while I was away. We can and took a tour it seemed like the prefect doggy get away nice fields other dogs to play with the office lady was really nice. I was referred there by a friend. I paid good money for training when i picked him up I was informed that she spent about 20 mins a day with my dog that?s it .All she does is spend an hour with you teaching you how to do it yourself. When I picked up my puppy i was informed that he had diarrhea and was vomiting for the last 3 days!!! I was told by one of her employees that she gave him metronidazole and he wasn?t support to tell me about it but thought I should know because my dog wasn?t doing so well. He also said he did not get to play with my friends dog since her dog is a plays to rough. they play together all the time!!!! They love each other. I immediately took my dog to the vet who told me that it?s a good thing i was told about the metronidazole because he was allergic!!!! Good thing we caught it soon enough cause he could of died!!!! This lady is not certified to give them any drugs without the owner?s consent, but the boarding contract i signed made it so there is nothing I can do about it. this lady is a scam and gives your dogs drugs with out asking i hope this places gets shut down i see many other bad reviews and another review about her druging some one else?s dog. She says she can have up too 25 dogs there but I saw way more than that when we took a tour. The owner her self is vary rude and doesn?t seem to actually do much with the company. How is this play still in business....
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by CSMobileUser2 at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 9/14/2010
Gross Negligence
I tried to thoughtfully board my 3 year old Sheltie for the 1st time, I carefully questioned facilities about their policies and how the pets spent their time there. Thankfully my trip did not exceed 10 days and I was able to provide him with the Emergency Vet care required for him to survive. Within the first. 3 days I was contacted to advise me my dog was vomiting, when I inquired about the food he was eating; I was alarmed that contrary to specifically leaving instructions to not feed him anything but the kibble provided he was eating only canned food. I called there 4 times to inquire about how he was doing at his "" puppy camp"". I was assured he was ""happy"". I picked up a lame dog, that I carried to my car, the unopened treats I provided and a new bag of dog food with approximately one cup removed from it, for the ten day stay! His feet were bloody from being forced to travel over gravel to the fields and woods. The staff would not provide me with any information regarding what food was fed to my dog or what. treats were given to him, only a printout was provided with e-coli symptoms and a staff member told me other dogs boarded at the same time had problems because there was a recall on dog foods due to tainted dog food! One would think. these things would rise to the level of grossnegligence, but the 007 Contract. that I voluntarily signed releases them of all liability, accountability and responsibility. They retain the License to Kill and in the event of a cre (message truncated)...
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by Spuds Canine Training at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 6/5/2010
They Suck
I went in for an interview for a job and i am training to be a dog trainer and I'm 16 years old and Ive been training dogs since i was 5 and i grew up with dogs and Janice (the owner) was laughing at my techniques and how i train dogs and i have 2 fully trained therapy dogs and one that i just adopted and im training and i trained all 3 of them on my own but anyways she laughed at me for that and she laughed at this one kennel that i used to work at.Canine comfort corner looks like a nice looking facility but it smelled like there was pee that was soaked into the floors and walls and the way they introduce dogs is they put the dogs in dog runs and even if the dogs start going at it and growling and parking at the fence they don't stop them and then they just let them in the same area and that didnt work out so well, I mean if a dog doesn't seem to get along with another dont put them together and introducing them with a fence between them is a really bad thing.They also put dog tie out wires on some of the dogs so if then dont come to them they can just step on it and get the dog which sounds like a good idea but its VERY dangerous when they are playing with other dogs especially if its playing with other dogs with wires too, there is ALOT of bad things that could happen from thatJanice also was saying she hates Newfoundlands because they are aggressive and i was thinking no they aren't I have never met an aggressive Newfie, and most Newfies I've seen are life guard dogs cause they are big and great swimmersBut the thing that bothered me the most is the owner asked me if i have ever train and deal with someone with something wrong with them and i said someone with disabilities? and she said yes and i said yea i have i just finished training a girl with disabilities and she wanted her pit bull puppy to be her service dog and Janice laughed and said a pit bull good luck with that and that wasn't the only thing that annoyed me, she was saying what is the point of a
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by deevah012000 at Citysearch

Posted on Citysearch on 3/17/2010
Clean, loving and caring place for dogs
I have a rescue pomeranian the animal shelter termed ""un-adoptable"" due to her behavior. After behavior classes & working with her on a daily basis, we finally got to a place of trust. As you can imagine, the vacation I planned over a year ago made my heart twinge with anxiety when it came to finding a place to board my dog. After searching out referrals from fellow pet owners and touring many, many boarding places, I finally found a clean, positive, & loving environment for my dog. I couldn't be happier with Canine Comfort Corner. Although I live near Sea Tac Airport, driving to Bothell is well worth it to ensure my dog is in a safe & loving environment.\r\rAs a matter of fact, my dog loved it so much there that when I returned home from overseas to pick her up, she ran to the owner instead of me as I walked in the door. My husband & I stood there with our mouths open in awe at that. Especially since my little dog is a high strung, anxiety ridden rescue who trusts nobody. \r\rIn addition, while I was in Europe I was able to log on to the internet and get updates from the owner as to how she was doing while I was away. This extra added touch by Canine Comfort Corner allowed me to enjoy my vacation without stress and worry.\r\rFinally, the owner at Canine Comfort Corner only takes a limited amount of dogs in at one time. This is very important because one place I toured actually had 144 dogs they were caring for & only 3 staff people to manage. The place was covered in fesces and urine, and there was no play time or play area for the dogs. It was heartbreaking.\r\rI could go on and on, but the owner and staff at Canine Comfort Corner have my business from this day forward. \r\rThanks you guys for all that you do!!!
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