Pooch Playhouse & Boarding LLC
1001 Parkway Dr, Spring Hill, TN 37174
Specialties: Dogs & Puppies, Puppy Sales, Dog Sales
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02/27/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Guinness absolutely loves this place and I do too! He has been going to Pooch's since last Summer and even though I work from home I bring him 2 - 3 days a week to keep him socialized and help burn off his tons and tons of energy. The staff is wonderful and their new groomer gave him the best cut he ever had. Though he has never had to stay overnight I have no reservations that he would be in good hands if he had to. Highly recommended!
02/19/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Sofie's so excited. She's with people all the time and needed doggie friends. Pooch Playhouse fills that need. It's a wonderful supervised place for her to go and play and I can run errands knowing she's having a great time.
I just had her groomed for the first time - incredible. She looks so beautiful, people continue to stop us to pet her. I'm so impressed with the care given by each person there. We are thrilled to be able to take her there.
02/18/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Our golden retriever, Bailey, absolutely LOVES the Pooch Playhouse. She drags me from the car to the door every time I take her, which is almost daily since my husband and I both work full time. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful, the price is right, and I trust them completely with her. I'd recommend this place to dogs (and their owners!) everywhere!
02/15/2012Provided by Citysearch -
We wanted to socialize our Vizsla puppy (Beckett) she's enjoyed going and playing with other dogs. I was very worried to leave her in the care of others (overprotective mom) lol - The staff has been friendly and we trust them with our beloved Beckett.
Vizsla is not a commen pet, high energy, needing lots of exercise and personal attention... she comes home needing a nap.
I would recommend Pooch Playhouse to any other dog owner.
12/09/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I just left my border collie, Callie, at Pooch Playhouse. She's been going there for about 3 years for boarding when I have to go out of town. I'll be gone 10 days this time. I will miss her so much! But I know she's being taken good care of. Being a border collie, she needs lots of exercise and she always comes home tired. They know her by name when I call or walk in the door. I'm glad I found this place!
06/08/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Winston was a rescue dog and had no social skills. That was last year. Now, thanks to the wonderful people at Pooch Playhouse & Boarding, he's out of his shell, plays well with all dogs and looks forward to his days at PP.
If Winston doesn't get to go to PP on his regular days, he gets depressed. He needs that exercise, the interaction and the attention they give him and we need him to use up all that extra energy that a 2-year old has.
We love it; he loves it. Also, we save money by buying the 10 days pass. It's worth it for our Winston.
05/05/2010Provided by Citysearch -
we tried to bring in neighbors to watch our dog when we are out of town, but our dog is just too lonely at home alone.
At PP staff is on hand all day with animals while they roam in and out freely. my dog gets to rest in her kennel overnight and then back out all day the next morning. She is always exhausted at least a day after we get home, but worth having her well attended and not caged while we are away! A little pricey, but worth a little extra.
01/28/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Jax pratically breaks our arms when we take him into Pooch Playhouse on daycare days. He absolutely loves it. When we come to pick him up, he is exhausted. Jax was rescued as a puppy and when he was the appropriate age, we introduced him to Pooch. He is happy and less destructive at home. The staff is wonderful, I trust them, and I have never had a problem with our experience. I would recommend them to anyone! Your dog will love you for it! :)
02/28/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I have been taking Gerty to Pooch Playhouse for a few months and there has been a major change in this dog's behavior...for the better....much better. She was a shelter dog so I had no history on her. She lacked good manners and would freak out every time she saw another dog or would shake all over when she was approached by a stranger. With every daycare visit (once a week) she came home a calmer dog. Our walks have greatly improved I think mostly due to her socializing with other dogs and getting an intense work out at daycare. I know people roll their eyes when you tell them that you take your dog to daycare but if your dog is considered a member of the family you should make the effort to keep them well balanced and give them what they need...exercise and companionship. This is a wonderful place for both.
02/10/2009Provided by Citysearch -
We were visiting family in Spring Hill. Our dog Buddy was a little bored until someone told us about Pooch Playhouse. They are fabulous! Buddy had the best vacation he could have requested. We are from Idaho and not sure if they would even take him. After careful scrutiny of his medical history & proof of all of his shots, etc., they took him every day for day care. He had the time of his life. The entire staff is so friendly and attentive to the dogs. I was very impressed with their care and the cleanliness of the facility. I would highly recommend Pooch Playhouse, they are the best. Buddy misses all of them very much.
11/28/2007Provided by Citysearch -
After reading the reviews of Pooch Playhouse, and visiting the facility, I was convinced that it was the perfect place to board my geriatric dog. I booked 8 nights, and dropped him off. When I arrived to pick my dog up, he was limping. I asked what happened and the staff said they hadn't noticed he was even limping. Okay, he's an old dog, maybe he is just sore from lack of exercise, or too much exercise. Then they handed me his ""report card"". Only 4 of the 8 days were accounted for, and there was no indication anywhere that he had gotten his daily medicine (other than the bill). Maybe they just need to work out the kinks, but thre's no way their target clientele will be satisfied paying premium prices without the premium care.
08/17/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Our Goldendoodle Maggie has a blast at Pooch Playhouse! When she sees her red leash brought out of the garage, she will enthusiastically try to help us get her hooked up and make a beeline for the car. She is very social, and will try to play with any dog, ANY size. Her first playmate at Pooch Playhouse was a full-sized Great Dane, twice her size. She tried to get him to follow her down the little doggie slide, and playfully splashed in her water bowl, trying to get him to reciprocate. She adores her ""doggy camp"" at Pooch Playhouse. WE are comforted with the fact that we can leave her there, even if just for a half day while doing errands, and she will be kept clean, safe, be able to socialize with other dogs, and our house does not get torn apart while we are away. Best of all, we can leave her in a fun, safe place while away on vacation, and pick her up bathed, groomed, and looking great! The staff obviously love animals, and are very attentive, and very good with our girl. She even learned some obedience skills during her first stay. I heartily recommend Pooch Playhouse to any TN dog owner.