We recently moved to WS and found the perfect daycare/boarding in No Goats No Glory. Our golden retriever, Basil, stayed here for a week while we were out of the country. He clearly had an amazing time. Loved the daily photos and fact all the dogs get to play outside! Great communication and clear pricing. We will definitely keep using their services.
We recently boarded our 4 dogs at No Goats No Glory and couldn't be happier with their stay! Kim and her team go above and beyond to give great care and keep you updated throughout their stay and send pictures....love that! Drop off went so smooth giving us peace of mind and pick up was awesome and we were given details on every pup, such great attention to detail. When we picked them up they were all mellow and happy to see us, not crazy to go home like previous places they've stayed. That tells me they loved it and so do we, everyone is so caring and professional.
Clean, professional, best care. The staff really understand dogs. I like that the dogs are put in small play groups according to their personality/play style. I've had 3 different dogs stay here at different times and they have all LOVED it.
Our two dogs really enjoy staying at Kim's farm. I am very picky about who takes care of my dogs and she has consistently exceeded my expectations. The last time she cared for my very old German Shepherd she treated her for an ear infection and a hot spot. She understands each of my dogs unique needs and makes them comfortable during their stay.
I've checked out the kennels at No Goats, No Glory --a moderate, self contained building housing cages for about 10 dogs. The cages are clean and roomy for most sized dogs. If you have an Irish Wolfhound or something of that size...view the kennel for yourself. There is heat and air to keep the dogs comfortable from the weather. If your dog does not have a bed, Kim (owner) will provide one. There is also a fenced in run/play area for the dogs and they all appear to behave under Kim's watchful eye. Plus, she calls each one by name and they respond. Anyway--I have a year old lab mix who has energy to power several subdivisions! I've left my dog at No Goats, No Glory several times. The farm is tucked away off the main drag. Sows, chickens, cats, a few cows and several Great Pyrenees compliment the land. There's a pond and routinely the dogs walk a mile or more with Kim as she does other chores. When I pick up my lab...he's excited, his eyes are clear and his tail rapidly wags. Once home and bathed...he curls up and sleeps for the rest of the night. Yeah!! I appreciate Kim and her crew (humans and animals). Kathryn