We offer boarding services for dogs (no cats or other animals) and are licensed by the County of Riverside. Our kennel is located at our home offering spacious, fully covered runs, each with a doghouse and easy listening music. We also have a large yard perfect for our furry friends to exercise and play in.
$17.00 per dog, per date (most dogs)
Food, treats, bedding
4:00 - 7:00 p.m. - By Appointment Only
Sunday through Friday
Closed Saturdays and holidays
Proof of current vaccinations is a must. All dogs must be current on rabies, DHPPC (or comparable) and bordetella (kennel cough). For the health of our guests and our own dogs, we cannot board animals if vaccination records are incomplete or expired. Please carefully review your dog's vaccination records prior to your reservation.
We keep dogs on the same diet to reduce stress and stomach problems, therefore owners provide their own food and we're happy to give any special treats too. Toys and bedding are also welcomed. We will give most medications for a nominal fee.
We operate by appointment only and advance reservations are required. Please call ahead of time to check space availability to ensure your reservation. Payment methods accepted are cash or checks.
We offer public classes for basic and intermediate obedience training. Bryan guides students through the basics of proper equipment and use, handling techniques and covers basic commands such as heel, sit, down, stay, come and finish. Also covered are tips for problems at home such as barking, chewing, digging, biting, house breaking and other undesirable behaviors.
Home work is a must to succeed. Bryan recommends working with your dog regularly throughout the week, balanced with plenty of play time or exercise. The payoff is a better companion for you and the entire family!
Monday, June 3, 2019
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Redlands Community Center (tennis
courts, corner of Clay & Lugonia Ave)
$97 for 9-week class
Saturday, Available Soon
9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Our kennel facility in Perris
$95 for 8-week class
Dogs must be five months of age or older with current vaccinations. Young handlers under 18 years of age are welcome; however, must be accompanied by an adult/guardian at all times and be physically capable of handling their dog.
Training equipment for the class:
~ small link correction collar
~ 6 foot nylon or cotton leash
~ 15 foot nylon or cotton leash
All equipment is available at class at a reasonable cost. The first class is an orientation covering proper size and fit of collars, leash use/handling techniques and command demonstrations.
Our kennel facility in Perris
$115 for 8-week class
*Handlers must have completed our basic level class with the dog to enroll in the intermediate level.
Private one-on-one training evaluations are available for dog owners who may be dealing with specific behavior problems.
Bryan also offers private puppy evaluations to help get the new addition to your family off to a good start with proper guidance and training.
Don't have time to participate in an obedience class? Although any training requires commitment by the owner to work with his/her dog, Bryan can get your dog's training started for you. Your dog stays at our kennel for five weeks, and after a few weeks of 'head start' training, Bryan will begin your training to learn how to properly handle and maintain your dog's new knowledge.
Bryan is a certified CGC evaluator offering this test to responsible dog owners who wish to have their furry companion recognized as being a well-behaved, welcome member of the community.
We host this specialized training through Anthony Harper of Snakeworx. With the high prevalence of rattlesnakes in southern California, this is a vital, possibly life-saving training for your faithful pet.
A new date will be scheduled soon; please check back with us later.
Bryan Woodward, owner/operator, is a certified instructor with 30+ years experience working with dogs. Bryan received his initial training through the Mandelyn Kennels School for Dog Trainers, Master Trainer/Instructor Program.
The family pet is our focus, offering special expertise with problem solving. Bryan is involved with the community and is a dog obedience instructor for the City of Redlands and the Moreno Valley Parks and Recreation Department. Bryan's approach is a praise-oriented "balanced" style of training derived from Koehler and Woodhouse methods.