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Kennel/Boarding Dog Help

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My wife made some plans for us to go out of town next month and the pup can not come with. We are going to Alexandria and live around the Cottage Grove area.

Anyone know of a good kennel or boarding spot (one that will let the dogs out of the kennel to run and play)?

Is there a trainer that would take the her for only 3-4 days to work with her?

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I use Silver Lake Kennel off of Century and 694. It's got reasonable rates and they supply the food and such. They have big dog runs and the dogs are let out four times a day to run around. You can pay extra if you want your pup to have some special play time.

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