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Can anyone recommend a good dog boarding location for my yellow lab this weekend (Friday - Sunday) that is reasonable?

We are heading up to Duluth so any place close to 35W N would even be better. Thanks.

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Try Hillroad Kennels in North Branch. They are a few miles off 35. I think they only charge $20.00 a day.

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I use Silver Lake Kennel off of Century and 694. Not that far from 35E north. Pretty reasonable. Before you board your dog though, make sure they have the boardatella shot.

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I second Silver Lake Kennel. That is where we take our Brittany. Sometimes, I think I will leave him and not pick him up but I always come back to get him. I think he is just as happy at the kennel as he is at home plus he does not have the one year old chasing him all day.

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Typo Lake Kennels in Stacey, MN. Used them once when I got married and would definitely go back. Also trained up there one time with one of the guys that owns the place. Definitely recommended.

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If you are looking again in the future, try Antler Trails Kennel Up. They have a HSOforum you can do a search for. 6 miles West of Barnum.

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You could try the Happy Hound Hotel. They are just off 35 at the Rock Creek Exit.

They are reasonably priced, they have a very nice place and very nice people. Glenn and Christine take very good care of my Lab. Now I have two labs, so they going to get both this year smile

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