I took my young and very active lab to stay for a couple of days at Horton's house over Christmas. We went the week before to visit and check out the place. My dog loved going there. She was so excited when we drove up. I do not think she missed me at all. The place is like doggy heaven. Safe fenced outside areas to play in and a huge warm inside play area with couches and lots of toys. Even large separate areas if one dog wants a play break. You could not ask for a nicer person to take care of your dog than Michelle. She really knows dogs well and they will be very safe and happy here at Horton's House.
We have a "special" dog and this is one of the very few and rare places that she feels safe and we feel comfortable taking her to. We know she will be well taken care of. Michelle is great with dogs - may even have a dog whisperer thing going on - 🙂 She has created a wonderful environment for your 4-legged family members!
Lani (my Labradoodle) loves Horton's House. She is treated like a valuable member of the family whenever she visits, and this seems to be the only place she's been able to overcome her separation anxiety. I always know Lani is in good hands when she's there, and Michelle takes good care of pet owners too--always responsive to my cares and concerns.
Horton's House is a wonderful resort for your "fur-baby" to stay while you are away. My dog was always so excited to visit his buddy Horton. I would highly recommend Horton's House!
Cowboy spent his 1st sleepover this past week. He worked on puppy manners, playing well with others and learning about cats. Michelle has been an artist friend and when I got my now 8 month old German Shepherd I knew he needed socialization and I needed a place where he could go while I was away from home the whole day. Horton's House is extremely safe and clean. Michelle requires all to have updated vaccinations. It is so fun to get daily text messages with photos of Cowboy enjoying his 4 legged friends activities. I know Michelle loves her job as doggie daycare mom but do you think Horton thinks of all this?