I was introduced to Rachel of the Canine Country Club when we had just got our new puppy, Copper. I had an emergency in Los Angeles and in the middle getting Copper adjusted to our home, I was going to have to leave him. I was devastated and had no idea what to do, worried that my late nights and early mornings of trying to house-train Copper were going to go completely to waste if I sent him away to a kennel.
Thankfully Rachel put my mind at complete ease. I knew that the facilities were incredible from a fellow dog-mom, but I was so surprised by the personal level of service I received from Rachel and her team. Copper had to be gone for almost four weeks. Rachel took Copper’s crate with her, and followed my Gina Ford for dogs schedule to a tee.
I received daily videos or photos from Copper bounding in the fields with his new friends, and having a total blast. The Canine Country Club is located in the gorgeous Devon countryside so there is plenty of room for the pups to roam. Because Copper was just a puppy he wasn’t able to enjoy the beach walks or hydrotherapy sessions, but I am sure he will get to join on those very soon.
There are several different “suites” you can choose from, and the prices start at about £31 per day. Better yet, there is a door to door chauffeur service, so getting your pup to the Canine Country Club is a breeze.
If you are traveling this summer, I couldn’t recommend Rachel highly enough. Copper came back completely house trained, and a very happy puppy.
Get in touch with Rachel on 01288 331 216 or at Rachel@CanineCountryClub.co.uk. Learn more about the Canine Country Club, here.