• Dog Kennels | Pomona Park Small Dog Breeder, Kennel and Cat Boarding

    Pomona Park Dog Kennels

    If you are a Pomona Park resident planning a business or vacation trip, your cherished pet may be unable to accompany you. Fortunately, you can rest easy with the knowledge that your dog is safe in Pomona Park’s state-of-the-art kennel. Even if you will only be away for a weekend, Circle L Farms & Kennel will gladly accommodate your dog’s needs.

    As a guest, your pet will be assigned a specially trained dog monitor who will quickly acquaint themselves with your dog’s routines. The monitor will serve as your dog’s primary caretaker, and this staff member will play with, care for and walk your dog a minimum of twice per day. Of course, your cherished pet will have ample time to socialize with other canine guests as well as other members of Circle L Farms & Kennel’s kennel team. To maximize your dog’s experience, we any of your pets toys or beds even though you do provide a bed for them.

    As part of our commitment to canine health, we offer our own specially blended organic health mix. Should they wish, Pomona Park pet owners can select this as an alternative to their pet’s regular diet, although we recommend that all dietary changes be introduced slowly. Special considerations are also provided for pets which are elderly and not as sociable as they used to be. Our animal-health certified staff members also attend to special needs by administering medications for arthritis or other aging conditions. Ultimately, Circle L Farms & Kennel is the superior choice for discriminating pet owners in the Pomona Park area. While you are away, you can rest easy with the knowledge that your dog is well cared for. Who knows? At Circle L Farms & Kennel your pets may think they are the ones on vacation!

    Traveling?

    Plot rest stops along the way while traveling with your dog, and plan to stop every 3-5 hours to allow your dog to relieve himself, drink water and stretch his legs (more or less depending on your dog's needs). Make a list of several veterinary hospitals that are easily accessible from your route, preferably within one hour's drive from any given point. Check that they will be open during your travel.

    Bring for the car ride:

    • Lists of rest stops and veterinary hospitals
    • Leash
    • Dog seat belt or crate / kennel
    • Water and Bowls
    • Treats
    • One or two toys
    • Blanket and/or dog bed
    • Bags to pick up waste
    • Medications, if applicable
    • Your dog's medical/vaccination records