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Going away? Or simply need boarding for your dog? Then Kane and Serena Pet services is the place to go!
Board and Train Program
Aggression is one of the top reasons dog owners seek the help of a professional dog trainer or animal behaviorist. And it's not just larger dogs and so-called "dangerous breeds" that are prone to aggression; any breed is capable of becoming aggressive under the right circumstances.We deal with a lot of red zone dog behavior cases, and I often hear people incorrectly blaming the breed. Any breed can cause trouble. The difference between an aggressive Chihuahua and an aggressive pit bull is that the bigger breeds can cause proportionately bigger damage.

It is important to recognize the power of a strong breed, like the pit bull, the Cane Corso, and the Mastiff. These dogs are very powerful and, if they are unbalanced, they can cause serious injury. Remember, these dogs don’t dream of being in the news when they grow up. Bad dog behavior and dog problems are not premeditated. Bad things happen when powerful breeds (or mixes of powerful breeds) live with humans who like the breed but don’t understand and fulfill the animal in the dog. Many people consider the look or popularity of a breed before thinking about whether the dog works for their lifestyle. This is a recipe for disaster.

To control a powerful breed of dog, you need to become the dog’s pack leader and establish rules, boundaries, and limitations. You need to fulfill the dog as Nature intended the dog to be fulfilled. If you are considering adopting a powerful breed or have a powerful breed, make sure you are willing and able to take on the responsibility and get the training needed!
This is where our expert comes in to help. Reach out to Rob Kafieh at Kane and Serena Pet services for Board and Training or if your simply looking to board your dog.

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BOARDING

$50/NIGHT

A home away from home for all dogs

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BOARD AND TRAIN

1 WEEK $850

2 WEEKS $1400

3 WEEKS $1900

Tackling the issues with positive reinforcement