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10 S Potomac St, Aurora, CO 80012
Near Aurora Hills Golf Course
being a former employee i think i should tell the fellow owners how there dogs are really treated. i have been debating if i should but i honestly believe it is the right thing to do. being a huge dog lover i cant have people who love there dogs as there kids think that what they see in there tour is the way things go. i got the job so excited i could finally work with the dogs well i started to notice very quickly things did not look right or fare to me. to start off i must say that if you are boarding or even daycare and you would like your dog to have a bed and a few toys maybe even a bone, he/she will not get that belonging. the staff would not want that item to be lost or damaged so they lie to the owner and tell them they got it. well they wait till that owner leaves and will tape all their belongings together and write the dogs name on them and will be put in the "cubbies". when the owner comes back to pick up there dog they will go un tape the belongings shake out a bed or blanket to make it look like it was used. and if you bring treats for your dog well at the end of the stay if there are treats left over or they completely FORGOT to give the dog treats they will throw them out to make you believe your dog got them. they will never give your dog a bone of any kind if you bring it either. most likely that will end up in the trash to. now if your dog is boarding and can have a blanket they will put un incredibly thin blanket down can only have one never two and they cut the larger blanket to smaller ones just so they have enough. or they will throw a towel down for them. another thing i can not stand is they just throw the blanket down they don't spread it out just toss it in there in a clump defiantly not comfortable for that dog if you ask me. and if they were to soil it its taken out and they do not get another one till that night. now that is about the kennels.theres much more...
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If I could give less than 1 star, I would.\r As a former employee of the B&B, I feel that it is necessary to warn people how their animals are actually being treated. \r First of all, Colorado law states that there is to be 1 supervisor per 15 dogs during play time. However, the B&B does not follow this law - I have been the sole supervisor for play groups consisting of 70 or more dogs. If ever a fight broke out, I would have to go through several locked fences and re-lock them in order to get to the fight and break it up. It was bad conditions for the animals and for the employees.\r Second of all, if you bring your animal's blankets and toys from home to have during their stay - there is a VERY great chance that he/she will not get their toy or blanket because the staff doesn't want to be held responsible should they misplace it. Basically, it is better for the B&B staff to not give your animal their belongings than to be in trouble for losing them. Unless of course they like your animal - then they will be given their items. \r If you make special requests for your animal to be in a certain kennel or a certain type of kennel, the staff will not abide by your wishes. If the facility is busy because of a holiday, they will not turn you or your animal away - they will take your money and put your animal in a box crate that you could have kept him/her in at home. If you specifically request that your animal does not go into a crate, they will do it anyway because it suits their needs. \r The staff that was at the B&B while I worked there, for the most part were not very patient with the animals. Several would shout obscenities at the dogs and drag them around with leashes if they were not cooperating. \r All in all, I would say that this boarding and day care facility is not worth your money. Do some research and find some where that is staffed with good people, has an adequate facility, and will properly care for your animal.
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