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    Default Any advise on boarding a dog in Anc?

    Good afternoon

    I need to leave my home in early September for 4 days and am looking for my Deutsch-Drahthaar to be boarded. I checked with Rabbit Creek Kennel and Jewel Lake Kennel, both have no vacancies.

    Does anyone have any suggestions?

    Thank you!

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    tom rosen at rosen kennels in wasilla really nice place

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    Talk to Baron and Alicia out at Wetland Retrievers in Palmer. Your dog will love it there.

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    We always board with the vet on Lake Otis, just north of the Lake Otis/Tudor intersection. I can't for the life of me remember their name! Anyway, never had a problem with them.

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    Thank you all so very much!

    The places in The Valley sound good, I am going to look at both of them. The vet at L.O./T. would be the closest for me when I get to town, I will see him as well.

    Again, thank you for your help.

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    Bed and Biscuit in Meadow Lakes, used to be a good place. Though I know it's changed hands so I don't know if it still goes by that name.

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    Trisha still owns it Bed and Biscuit (I forget the new name)I like her place and Wetlands if the dog is social. (passes Baron's test)

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    Try the Dog Wash Resort. All the dogs get to play together all day. Then they are kenneled at night. When we pick them up at the end of their stay, they are nice a tired from playing hard. It's clean and organized and everyone likes dogs there.

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    What kind of rates do you charge Baron? I have two labs that I need watched over while I am out of state. One is a nice "house" dog and the other is my bird dog, both labs.

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