When you refer a friend to board, train, or daycare with us, your dog will receive a free activity during their next stay! Our activities include dog walking, dog park time, pool time, personal play, and doggy socialization! We greatly appreciate our clients and your continued business. Without you, we cannot continue rescuing homeless dogs from the shelters. Thank you for your support!
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Indie, a young and beautiful Rottweiler, is boarding at our facility and is currently enrolled in our 4-week obedience boot camp! During Indie's stay, she receives three training sessions a day and is learning good doggy manners. The training consists of teaching dogs not to jump on people, walking politely on leash, sitting, staying, coming when called, and lying down. She is also being crate-trained during her stay with us to provide her owners with helpful tools to ensure Indie's continued success when she goes home.
Now that the weather is warming up again, your dog can enjoy cooling off in our built-in swimming pool! "Pool Time" is an activity that we offer to clients that would like their dog to have some swimming time during their boarding stay. If your dog doesn't much care to swim, but still enjoy cooling down by splashing around, our pool is equipped with a large standing area where your dog can walk around in the water without being fully submerged.
Here at NLOL, we often hear from dog owners that they are wary of using a crate for their dog because they feel that is cruel. And sometimes, we hear that some owners use crates as a form of punishing their dog. To help clarify the proper usage and purpose of crates, we provided some information that we hope will serve to educate those who may be uncertain whether a crate is right for their dog.
Flash's story is incredible!
Although we could never replicate what a California Highway Patrol dog is trained in, New Leash On Life does offer both in-home and on-site at our facility training. Visit our website for more information - http://nlol.org/training-information.
Unable to transport your dog to our boarding/grooming facility? Maybe you've got a flight to catch, are having car troubles, or don't have access to a vehicle of your own. Worry no more! With Wagtime Walks now teaming up with New Leash On Life, your dog can catch a dog taxi over to our facility!
Joanne Eberts is a longtime resident of the Santa Clarita Valley and opened up her pet taxi business in 2014:
Have you noticed how beautiful our rescue dogs' photos are when browsing on the website? Thanks to That Spunky Monkey Pet Photography generously donating their time and services to our doggies, we have gorgeous photos that we feel capture the dogs' personalities while highlighting their unique physical traits. Research has shown that rescues and shelters that have great photos of their adoptable animals are more likely to attract potential adopters thus directly contributing to more animals finding forever homes!
We are so happy to introduce 2 new-to-us dogs available for adoption. Meet Tucker (in the photo, male, miniature pinscher) and Kimi (female, chihuahua). To find out more about them visit http://nlol.org/dogs and/or see what other available adoptable dogs would make your family complete!