My experience with Diggity Dog was an interesting one and not so positive. My dog is very hyper and he wines when he is excited, it can be really annoying. I dropped him off at Diggity Dog and like always he runs around crazy and wines for the first little bit, but he is very social to people and dogs. Later, same day I get a phone call from Amy (Friendly/Professional front end gal) saying that my dog is not getting along with other dogs and cut himself when they put him in time out. For the dogs safety they wanted me to come pick him up. I show up greeted by Amy, she explains the situation and I tell her it’s very uncharacteristic of him to act like that. There is another dog that is already in the lobby and my dog comes out with the dog supervisor tech behind him. She starts off by telling me I need to work on my dogs socializing skills. I explain to her he goes to different pet resorts all the time because we travel a lot, we watch him on web cams having a blast and being his vocal happy self. I also explain german shepherds are vocal by nature and should not be taken as a sign of aggression, I say this as my dog is getting along super well with the other dog in the lobby. I must have set a fire with the dog supervisor tech because she got very hostile and when Amy tried to calm her down and take her to the back she began pushing Amy and swearing at her. Amy tried to apologize but I was so mad I just stormed out with my dog and bag of dog food. Let’s talk a little bit about my bag of dog food. I separated his meals so a zip lock bag in the morning a zip lock bag at night (easy right). Amy asked before I dropped him off if he has eaten, my answer was yes. After storming off I look at the dog food, 2 zip lock bags were missing meaning they fed him 2 extra meals after I had already fed him 3 hours earlier that morning. Michelle (An owner) calls me up apologizing, I appreciated her professionalism. She explains she fired the dog supervisor tech, which made me happy for all the other dogs that wouldn’t be watch by her short tempered self. Moral of the story is to run a dog facility such as this you need to hire the right people, customers are trusting you to have employees that understand dog behaviors and show your dog proper care and respect. Vent over, this might be an okay establishment but this one experience ruined it for me.