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By: Shayla S.
Waggin' Tailz Ranch
While my dog was boarding at waggin tailz ranch she was bit by another dog. None of the employees felt the need to notify me in regards to this matter. When I got home with my dog I noticed she wasn't really using one of her back legs and I felt a bunch of lumps on one side of her neck. I immediately made my dog and apt with her vet. I took my dog to the vet and they shaved her fur down around her neck where the lumps were to see what it could be. The vet told me it appeared she had been bit. They were worried about an infection so they placed my dog on an antibiotic for her neck and she had a sprained leg so she was also treated for that as well. I contacted waggin tailz ranch and the owner had an excuse for everything. She said dogs will play and when boarding my dog there I should expect these kinds of things to happen that's just part of dogs playing. I understand dogs play but if my dogs injured while in your care I deserve to me notified. Not only did I have to pay to board my dog some where unsafe but I also had to pay a vet bill on top of it because no one had any answers. A simple apology would have been nice and she could have offered to pay my dogs vet bill.
By: Jodi M.
Tully's Kennels
99% of pet store puppies come from mills. Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas have LOTS of mills and lots of puppies. NO RESPONSIBLE BREEDER WILL SELL TO A PET STORE OR BROKER. Many puppy mills are legal USDA commercial dog breeding facilities with hundreds of dogs. They have AKC registration. The parent dogs stay in their cages 24/7 until they are done breeding (ages 6-8) and dumped off at an auction or killed. Minimal or no vet care and no time outside of cage. The requirements the USDA has set forth are minimal and horrible. Do the research. The USDA treats them as livestock. RESEARCH BEFORE BRINGING HOME YOUR NEW PET AND CONSIDER ADOPTION THROUGH THE NUMEROUS HUMANE SOCIETIES LOCALLY AND BREED SPECIFIC AND NON BREED SPECIFIC RESCUE GROUPS.
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By: Miss ashley S.
Dogtopia is amazing. Their staff is so friendly and kind and you can tell the owner has a true passion for animals. I had never been to a doggie daycare before and neither had my dogs. The staff made us feel right at home and they were so good to my furr Babies! I highly recommend Dogtopia to everyone. My dogs can't wait to go there and they come home so happy! I rest easy whenever they are there.
By: Alysha S.
I can't say enough about how great Dogtopia is. They are friendly in every aspect, from answering the phones to greeting me and my dog at the door. They truly treat my precious pup like their own. I never have to worry about him when I drop him off. They keep him on a great play, eat and rest schedule. My dog is always excited when we pull up. Their staff is also so knowledgeable. Any questions I have had (including training or behaviors) they always have great answers and suggestions. They really know their stuff and are so passionate about it. Last but certainly not least their grooming is top notch!! My big guy use to hate being taken to the groomers but not at Dogtopia. He is never afraid to go there and for him that is HUGE. They really make him feel comfortable and he comes out looking great. I recommend this place to everyone. Try it once and you won't want to go anywhere else again.
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By: Kat M.
Tully's Kennels
Horrible place. Buys puppies from known puppy mills. A culture of utter cruelty. Avoid at all costs.
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By: Bobby N.
Sunset Pet Motel
Just a little in the country makes it feel secluded and quiet. Each pen has a private run. Sherry, the owner, is one of the nicest people I have met. Caring, understanding and flexible. It's obvious she cares
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By: Lori P.
Tully's Kennels
In 2001, I was fortunate enough to find the most amazing little dog at Tully's Kennels...A perfect little cockapoo we named "Cully" and he has been the absolute joy of our lives! Never before have we been so honored to have such a friend as this little man! Sadly, after an amazingly long, healthy and happy life...he passed away on 6/13/16. What an amazing gift he was to us and to all of the people he came in contact with. Just wanted to say "Thank you" to all of you @ Tully's Kennels for the extrodinary experience and opportunity you made possible. When some time has passed and our hearts start to heal...we will see you again and maybe we will meet another "friend"!
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By: Candy F.
Tully's Kennels
Was very pleased when i came an toured your puppies. I just loved walking around an seeing all the different breeds an i got to go into my own little area to play wit a few different breeds of puppies.I love the french bull dogs.
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By: Margie H.
Waggin' Tailz Ranch
Best boarding facility in Omaha!!
By: Ranie C.
Tully's Kennels
We went to look and left because all the puppies were lethargic and seemed I'll. The dog we got out to visit with laid there or hunted for food barely acknowledging us (very uncharacteristic behavior for a puppy of this breed.) We bought nothing but 6 days later our dog at home came down with a severe case of KENNEL COUGH and had to be rushed to the emergency vet. Nobody in our home has been around other dogs, neither has our dog, except our visit to Tully's.
Tips & Advices
Pets that do not get along with other animals may incur an additional fee. Some facilities have special solitary sleeping and play animals for these types of pets.
A checklist for what to bring to a pet kennel includes:
  • Vaccination records
  • A favorite toy or blanket
  • Food and feeding instructions (if the pet has dietary restrictions or is a picky eater)
  • Medication (if necessary, in its original bottle and with written instructions)
Some pet kennels have veterinarians as part of their daily staff, while others only have vets part time or on call.
Most kennels can provide basic care such as administering medications, but owners of pets with serious medical issues should choose a facility with a veterinarian on call.
Bordetella, commonly known as kennel cough, is highly contagious, and most dogs catch it at least once in their lifetimes. As such, all dogs should be vaccinated at least 7 days before boarding.

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