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Membership Required? For dogs?? What's that about?

Endless Pawsibilities is a Members Only Dog Retreat! To maintain membership dogs MUST participate in at least one day of social club or boarding per month so your dog stays familiar with the retreat and gets to know our team in a positive manner. This is mandatory to maintain membership. Failure to participate in at least one service a month will result in an additional $65 re-trial fee. We understand this is not the normal practice for other dog boarding facilities and hope this will emphasize just how different Endless Pawsibilities compared to its competitors. We know that dogs thrive off consistency and structure in order to maintain a sense of comfort and security. Dogs who feel comfortable are happier, less stressed and much more relaxed in an otherwise stressful environment. 


New Canine Behavior Assessment ($85) - Includes all day play, complimentary spa treatment and custom report card

As part of the Canine Behavior Assessment, dogs are observed and evaluated to assess their social behavior with other dogs, their response to boarding environments, and their interactions with humans. This assessment is crucial for determining the dog's socialization skills,  stress levels, and overall behavior in different scenarios. By conducting a thorough Canine Behavior Assessment, trainers and caregivers can tailor their approach to meet the specific needs of each dog and provide appropriate care and training to ensure their well-being and happiness.

In the event that a dog fails the Canine Behavior Assessment, they are not permitted to become a member of our program. This decision is made to prioritize the safety and well-being of all dogs in our care, as well as to maintain a harmonious and positive environment for both the dogs and their human companions. By upholding strict assessment criteria, we aim to ensure that all dogs in our program are well-suited for the activities and interactions involved, promoting a positive experience for everyone involved.

At EP, we have dogs in their rooms as least amount of time as possible. We want all of our dogs out engaging in play with friends in our private social club or, for the introverts, in small group social. Our owner has been in this industry as a dog trainer and social group expert for over two decades and has learned that dogs do best when socially active and mentally stimulated as well as physically!

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