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Warm and caring doggie day care / boarding. Lilly gets excited when I pull into the parking lot. I would recommend them to any dog owner.
We have been bringing our pup Loki there for close to 8 months now. He always comes home exhausted having played all day. The staff is always glad to see him and goes the extra mile to take care of... him. We just took our new rescue pup Odie there today and just like Loki. He is out! I highly recommend Must Love Dogs.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
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You will not find a better place to take your furry friend(s). All my dogs love coming here. The staff is loving and attentive. They are so thorough, they have noticed even slight changes in my dogs' appearance or behavior and brought it to my attention. They have worked socializing dogs, even the ones you would never believe could be socialized. You will never find anyone who cares as much as the friends at Must Love Dogs. I encourage everyone to come and see for yourself!
Posted: 11/14/2015 • Link to this review
My rescue dog had acute separation anxiety with the usual side affects. Taking him to MLD for 6 years now, he is one of he best well adjusted, happy and confident dogs on the planet. I'm constantly praised on what a well behaved and calm dog I have. All this is thanks to Must Love Dogs, the superb dog handlers and the owner who truly loves all dogs! Thank you, bless you and all who have been there for my Bugsy.
Posted: 11/10/2015 • Link to this review
This is an excellent home/camp for our two dogs when we go away. A loving team of animals and a very nice facility. Our dogs come back happy and they truly care about their pups and their parents! I very rarely leave reviews, but it is my pleasure to extend this enthusiastic support for MLD.
Posted: 12/01/2014 • Link to this review
Joy LOVES Must Love Dogs! She's been going to doggie daycare here for almost two years, since she was about six months old. The people there are more than caregivers or even friends, they're family to her. She has come to know and love the people. Not only do they play with her and keep her entertained and active day to day, but they're also familiar faces she has known for as long as she can remember, filled with happy memories. When we arrive, Joy knows exactly where she is and she is beside herself to bolt through the door. And after she is all tuckered out from having a great day. She loves the dogs there too and has made doggie friends whom she loves to play with. I think this daycare is very unique. It's structured very well, tailored to the happiness of the dogs, the staff are wonderful, the environment is clean, safe, very spacious, indoor/outdoor, and the dogs have freedom. Some daycare places have them in crates for designated nap times--which ends up being about half the day--but Must Love Dogs allows the dogs to roam around and do as they please, though with staff around to watch them, play with them, and make sure everyone is having a good experience. I actually live about 20-25 minutes from Must Love Dogs, and there are 3 daycares that are closer to me, but I wouldn't even consider bringing Joy anywhere else. Because Joy's happiness is at Must Love Dogs, they're family to her, and I trust them to take great care of her.
Posted: 11/12/2014 • Last edited: 11/11/2015 • Link to this review
When we needed to go out of town, we left our Senior Boy "Shiloh" in their care. Our Baby Shiloh passed away July 2014. They gave him the best care anytime he stayed and he always came home to us Happy. When we are ready for another "FurBaby", we wouldn't hesitate to leave him or her in their hands. They are the best!!
Posted: 11/05/2014 • Link to this review
As we turn down the street to Must Love Dogs Maggie starts whining and getting excited. This tells me that the staff are keeping her happy, safe, and feeling loved. What a great second home, I can leave her and not worry about a thing. From the owner down to the staff, they genuinely love and care for each animal. I guess you could say Maggie and I are both excited when we get within distance of Must Love Dogs. Price is reasonable too. Maggie and I say...Must Love Must Love Dogs.
Posted: 11/03/2014 • Link to this review
My dog Koda is an American Eskimo with lots of energy. I usually have trouble getting him tired after working all day. But whenever I pick him up from MLD, he's always exhausted. The people at MLD do a great job playing with the dogs and making sure they're having a good time. They're always excited to see Koda, and he's always excited to see them. I highly recommend this doggie daycare.
Posted: 10/30/2014 • Last edited: 11/12/2014 • Link to this review
You will not find any better care anywhere! The staff is wonderful and they care for my babies like they are their very own! It's a great place for them to play with other dogs and they always come home tired. They even post pictures on their website so you can see all the fun they have! I won't take my babies anywhere else!
Posted: 10/29/2014 • Last edited: 11/12/2014 • Link to this review
I've been taking my dog Rosie to MLD since January 2014 and she loves it there. She gets so excited when I drop her off and goes straight to the door so she can go play with her friends. The staff is awesome and they love her as much as I do. I love looking at the pictures they post and seeing how much fun she is having. I also love the videos they post on their facebook page (which sometimes includes singing about the dogs).
Posted: 10/23/2014 • Link to this review
Must love dogs has been a second home to my dog. When she first arrived there she was her typical self, quiet and non social. I realized after only one day there she began to feel a part of the pack and she actually began socializing with the other dogs. On the way home it was fun to see how far she came when she started barking out the window at people on their bikes and actually acting like a dog. Now my dog has friends there and she is very happy to go there. Like they say its a place where a dog is never forbidden to be a dog.
Posted: 10/23/2014 • Last edited: 11/12/2014 • Link to this review