On 10/16 of 2014, I boarded my dog at Companion Club. They let him out at night during a rain storm to “do his duty” and he escaped. They claim he dug a hole under the fence (and by hole I mean they had patched the lower fence with a wooden slat that any dog could have scooted under), but witnesses to a hole actually in the fence, as well as to a recently cut down tree providing a step over the fence, say these were the likely culprits. In any case, my dog was hit by a car on 257 two days later while we were still at Disney World and passed away. I understand that bad things happen to good people occasionally, even to responsible business owners, but allowing a dog to run loose at night, in the rain, on X-acres of property probably isn’t the best idea. The way the owners handled the situation was odd as well. Not providing regular updates, asking why I even boarded the dog there and stating that’s what we get for trying to save money (which is ridiculous, this place is $$$), even calling my parents one night (they had joined the search for my dog and stopped by Companion Club and provided their number in case he showed up) asking why we boarded him there and literally kept saying why, why, why. In addition, they placed the blame on us stating he shouldn’t have dug a hole, even though we placed him in their care and supervision (we have a fenced in yard and in 13 years he never dug, so I do believe it was the hole in the fence or the tree he used as a method of escape, but it’s really irrelevant. He was in their care. We also never saw a hole he dug at CC, not did anyone else who went on our behalf to the scene). After Luke was found, the owners took him to my vet to be cremated then passed the phone to me so I could pay for it. In addition, they took his collar, upon my request, but put it in an old plastic bag that previously had water in it. The collar and tags rusted before we picked them up. Our last tangible memory was a rusty collar. I just don’t feel like any of the above is what responsible, caring people do. Over Thanksgiving weekend of 2014, two families contacted me to report CC had lost their dogs as well, but both were eventually found. CC’s neighbors also let me know that dogs escape regularly, as well as a person down the road said their door is knocked on several times a year to see if they have seen a particular dog.This might be an OK place to supervise your dog on a run, but I don’t recommend boarding your dog here.