Our K9 grass is engineered and designed just for dogs.
Ahhh, nothing refreshes our guests quicker than a splash in our bone shaped pool.
No metal cages or kennels. Our suites are all glass.
Our packages and discounts are aimed to keep our guests coming back at an affordable rate.
Unleashed offers the space of an outdoor park but in a climate-controlled building.
EVERY dog deserves proper care. No matter the breed or temperament, your dog is welcome at Unleashed.
We offer both forms of daycare to suit every dog’s needs.
In a hurry? Stay in your car and let us do our job.
We believe if it’s not suitable for people, it’s not suitable for dogs.
Our groomers have 15 years experience and are available by appointment or at the conclusion of your dog’s visit.
We encourage our clients to peek in on their dogs throughout the day and experience a day at Unleashed while checking on their dog.
Our staff complete a rigorous training program to ensure they can handle any and all situations they may encounter at Unleashed.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever had a dog (or currently do) that exhibits behavior you wish could be corrected… Things like chewing inappropriate objects, barking at the doorbell, begging at the table, or even going potty in the house are all easily fixable with the proper training.
Often, it’s easy to get frustrated and resort to dominance and punishment training. Dominance and punishment training techniques are outdated and can create barriers in the dog-human relationship, these methods lead to more behavior problems down the road.
Think about it, dogs are born with their own ways of communicating, things like using their teeth and voices are the most common. Its important that we teach them in a fun and positive way when its okay to do such things and when it is not.
There are five basic steps to positive reinforcement training that, over time will help curb your pups unwanted habits.
How you praise your dog is very important, you don’t need to go over the top every time you verbally reward your dog. A simple “good work” or “good choice” followed by a pat on the head accompanied by a smile is enough to enforce the behavior. However, if your dog does something exceptional such as coming back to you instead of chasing a squirrel it’s okay to amp up the praise to let him know just how good of a decision they’ve made.
Teaching and learning with positive enforcement will strengthen and create a more enjoyable bond between you and your dog.