A Howlin’ Good Time
Half-day and full-day options for your pet to socialize, play, and get plenty of snuggles.
Single-night and multi-night boarding options to keep your pup safe, happy, and loved while you’re away.
A little bit of pampering for your pup, either on its own or in conjunction with one of our other services.
Why Choose A Howlin’ Good Time?
What is Doggie Daycare? It’s a drop-in spot for your furry family members to get some exercise, some social time, and a chance to stretch their brains in a new environment.
A Howlin’ Good Time opened in 2007 as a way to spend more time with our own pets, and offer an option for busy pet parents to make sure that their dogs had a regular, reliable, safe space to spend their days.
Whether you’re looking for an occasional playdate for your pup or a go-to destination when you’re busy with work or travel, our mission is to make sure we can provide a home away from home for every pup who comes our way.
I have been using A Howlin’ Good Time for many years with all my dogs. My dogs love it there. Best place around. I drive my dogs 45 minutes just so they can stay there when we go out of town. I don’t trust anyone else with my dogs. Thanks!
Twenty-four-hour care with true dog lovers. I highly recommend the boarding and daycare!
Louie loves it!! They take excellent care of her and getting to see her pic online while we were gone really helped reduce our “separation anxiety”
The areas the dogs are in is clean and open. They have couches and chairs for them to get comfy and feel at home. And they post pics and videos often so you can see what its like for the fur babies!
Wouldn’t take our girl anywhere else! They take care of her like she was their own!
Loving animals is a lifelong occupation! A Howlin’ Good Time opened in 2007, but everyone here has had their own pets – or been enthusiastically caring for everyone else’s fuzzy friends – just about as long as they’ve been alive.
These days, supporting pet parents is our primary goal. Whether you work from home or spend most days commuting, it’s fair to say that many people find their pets need more attention than they’re able to provide in an average week.