Have you heard of the new Table Rock Dog Resort? If not, you and your doggie family will be excited to learn of the newly opened country resort-style boarding for dogs. Rachel Hogue, director, has prepared a beautiful setting and schedule for your four-legged loved ones.
Located at 840 Table Rock Road in Cleveland, South Carolina, the first thing to note is that the dogs have their own house! A rustic pole barn that was renovated into a house has been re-purposed again to a resort-style boarding facility for dogs. There’s fresh mountain air, a view of Table Rock, trails to hike, a fenced yard to play in, lots of love and attention, and soft beds to sleep on. Rachel is ready to provide everything your dog needs and more!
The pups will go outside a minimum of six times a day for potty breaks and playtime. Inside, each dog has his or her own 50 square foot room that can be their own private space or shared with a family member.
They are miles away from traffic, and nestled within more than 200 acres of private, wooded land. There are miles of hiking trails right out the front door that are available to your rambunctious pup.
Also available (and unique to this business) is a small, private lake, fed by a mountain stream. This is a great exercise option if your dog is a swimmer! But if activity isn’t your dog’s thing, no problem. There are soft beds inside, a fenced backyard to potty in, and as always, lots of love and attention!
The facility is always kept clean. All bedding is washed before and after every visit. There’s no city water here – your dog will enjoy fresh, clean well water any time of day.
Are you particular about the way your dogs are cared for? The same goes for Rachel! Her dogs are cherished members of her family, and yours will be treated as such during his or her stay here. Rachel has been caring for dogs most of her life, and professionally involved in the dog world for more than a decade. She has first-hand experience with many types of dog issues, and has been fortunate to have handled a wide variety of breeds at all different ages, not to mention her huge soft spot for older dogs with special needs. Greyhound adoption has been a passion of Rachel’s for over a decade and counting. She has been immersed in the greyhound world in just about every way possible since adopting her first, so you could say they are a “specialty.” She is quite familiar with their unique needs and delighted to accommodate. She also has a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Sciences from Auburn University, where Rachel and her dogs studied together.
For more information or to book a reservation, click here for the website.
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UPDATE: As of April 2018, The Table Rock Dog Resort has closed its doors.