Kennel free dog daycare
kennel free dog boarding
Lori also grew up in the South Puget Sound area and has been working as an advocate for dog's from a young age. Her childhood companion, Yogi, lived a long life and filled her family with many memories and laughs. It was no surprise that she found her next best friend immediately upon graduating from the University of Washington, a handsome chocolate lab named Tagleo. Despite earning her B.S in Horticulture in 2001, Lori has always been drawn to animals of all kinds, but most importantly dogs. Having devoted countless hours to foster dogs, thru the foster group Dead Dog Walking, she knew her life's path should honor where her heart was. So that is where Creekside Country Canines came to fruition. Lori is a devoted advocate for dogs and their place in our world as happy, well balanced citizens, just come and see for yourself!
We're here when you need us, whether it's for daycare or doggie slumber parties, you and your fur baby can trust that we are giving the utmost care and treating them as if our own. Our homelike, cozy, setting promotes a stress free environment for your pet, as well as our staff possessing incredible passion for their work, you can rest assured that your best friend is in the best hands.
Creekside Country Canines
Free Range Stay and Play
Kim's love of animals started at a young age when her parents, at the age of 3, let her name the family dog. She aptly named the Lab mix- Pooch. Since then she has had many other animals but none compare to the understanding and comfort she finds in her canine companions.
Having grown up here, Kim knows the importance of giving back to her community. Which is why she has devoted countless hours to fostering rescue dogs. Devoting her time to Dead Dog Walking and Small Time Dog Rescue she has rescued and re-homed well over a dozen dogs in the past ten years. Having the opportunity to create a job that could encompass her love of dogs with the ability to foster was a dream come true.