About Us

Pet Training and Beyond offers deluxe in home boarding services for all breeds of dogs. Your pet is given personal loving attention during it’s stay with us. Reservations are required as we do fill up quickly.

Proof will be required at the time of boarding.

We are also dedicated to providing care that is tailored to each individual pet and owner. Our mission is to provide you with peace of mind that your furry family members are safe, loved and well cared for while you are away. Whether you have a long day at work, off on vacation or just need a helping hand, our staff of professional, fully insured pet sitters are ready to help.

All visiting pets must be current on the following vaccines. Exceptions considered on an individual basis please call. (440-288-5036)

• Distemper
• Hepatitis
• Parainfluenza
• Leptospirosis
• Parvovirus
• Corona
• Bordetella
• Rabies

Canine dental care is another area that can cause problems as a dog ages. Owners should check regularly that gums a bright and healthy and that there is no build up of plaque on the dog’s teeth. Any dental problem left untreated could affect other organs, even the heart.
With many of the conditions of older dog health, the best thing you can do for your dog is to lavish him with affection. Monitor any changes and brush his coat daily.

It is vital that owners acknowledge the fact that their dog is slowing down, and adjust the his diet accordingly. Continuing to feed a dog without a downward adjustment to its calorific count will result in an overweight dog. Carrying around that extra weight puts renewed pressure not only on the joints, but just about every other organ as well.So the best older dog health tips are: regular visits to the vet, monitor any changes in your dog’s mobility, regularly check his gums, teeth and eyes, and feed him a diet that reflects his slower lifestyle. Oh yes, lots of cuddles and pats.

So the best older dog health tips are: regular visits to the vet, monitor any changes in your dog’s mobility, regularly check his gums, teeth and eyes, and feed him a diet that reflects his slower lifestyle. Oh yes, lots of cuddles and pats.