Doggie Daycare & Motel
421 Garnet Mountain Way, Gallatin Gateway, MT 59730
Phone: (406) 414-6832
Doggie Daycare and Motel
CC and the staff at DoggieDaycare have always taken great care of my yellow lab " Jake" and kitty "wheelie". Whenever I call or email the response time is minutes or seconds away. As a person that has delivered wholesale dog food to boarding facilities throughout Montana and other western states DoggieDaycare is the only one that doesn't smell like a kennel. The facility is spotless, soothing music for my kids. A big acre or so play yard for Jake. Two seperate yards for big and little dogs. Lounging area for Wheelie. Whenever I pickup my kids they are happy . Jake comes home and is wore out from all of his play time. Also love the pickup drop room that makes it really easy for late night or early morning flights. Been to a few other facilities in town and would rate DoggieDaycare #1 for overall treatment of animals , cleanliness, and convenience.Thanks CC and Staff. You guys make it easy
Doggie Daycare has always taken the best care of our chocolate lab, ever since 2006. She is always happy and in perfect shape when we pick her up, even after a 2-3 week stay. Our 10 year old cat has been going to Kitty Condos ever since she was a kitten. She loves it there and they give her individualized treatment, letting her out in the common area whenever possible because they know she is such a great cat and never fights or causes any trouble.
Don't usually write reviews, but we have been using Doggie Daycare for well over a decade. We have never had any problems and left our two seven month old shelties with them earlier this month. Our pups were well cared for and conveniently made ready for pickup after returning from a late flight. We have always found CC and Sam warm and competent and will continue to seek their help whenever necessary.
We had a horrible experience here! We left our dog while we went to a family reunion in another State. After a couple of days they called us and said that our dog had bitten one of the handlers and we had to pick him up NOW. What they didn't tell us, is that they had put him out in the yard with a much bigger dog -- unsupervised -- and the two dogs had gotten in a fight! When the idiot handler tried to pull them apart, one of the dogs bit her -- duh!