My doggie is just now a year old. After checking my options around the Indy area, I was treated with respect and kindness by the employee who first set me up. After speaking to her, I next went for a tour. They were not aware I was coming, they did not hesitate to give me a tour. The reason? The place was immaculate for an animal boarder. There was no smell, I don't know how they do it and I don't know why they... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
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Exceptional Care For Your Pets. Peace Of Mind For You.
- General Info:
Customized care, a pet-loving staff and a convenient location make us the top choice among pet lovers for boarding, daycamp and more. Our pet-loving associates ensure that every pet is treated like family. Our climate-controlled building provides a safe, healthy and secure setting for our pet guests whether visiting for overnight boarding, a day at the salon, or a doggy daycamp session. Doggy Village offers spacious two-room suites complete with lambswool bedding, premium meals and daily room service. Cats enjoy a quiet wing, away from the dogs, with multi-story condos and their own special amenities.
Best Friends Pet Care is the leader of the pack when it comes to the absolute best care for your cat or dog. With 42 centers in 19 states, including Walt Disney World, our state-of the-art facilities provide your pet with a safe, clean and fun environment. Whether your pet needs a scratch around the ear, a face to lick or a place to play, your best friend will be taken care of as if our own. For more than 20 years, Best Friends Pet Care has delivered the very best in pet care, from boarding and day camp to grooming and dog training. Exceptional Care For Your Pets. Peace Of Mind For You.
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- Castleton, Hearth Stone
American Boarding Kennels Association (ABKA)
- Pet Boarding & Kennels, Kennels, Pet Grooming, Dog Training, Dog Day Care
As a petowner of 4, and a frequent customer of this kennel, i would like to respond to the previous cockamamy review. Boarding at a kennel is just like staying at a hotel. They have check out times that you must follow- and i always get my dogs a bath on the last day- in which case they wave the check out time. If you had taken some time to look over your options, you probably would have figured that out as it is ... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
This place has hidden charges. We paid $72 to board our dog for only one night. We were told that each day is $28. What they didn't tell us is that they really mean each day. We dropped him off Saturday at noon and picked him up on Sunday at 4 (During their pick up time) and were charged for both Saturday AND Sunday. Plus there is a "Happy Dog Charge" and we still don't know what it is. We are working with the BBB to... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
We paid $72 dollars for our dog to spend 28 hours here. They say that it's $28 dollars a day to board your pet. What they don't tell you is that they consider the day you drop them off (no matter what time) and when you pick them up (based on their pick up times) as two separate days. We were shocked when we realized the bill was so much, but what can you do? You have to get your dog. We are in the process of working... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse