Dear Daycare Parents,


Wow this summer is flying by and it’s been a good time!!   We have a few changes pertaining to daycare. First of all, because of employee medical issues, staff vacations and a full house of guest’s dogs staying at WagsInn we will not have daycare starting on Monday, August 7 through Monday, August 14. Daycare will resume on Tuesday August 15.


Second, after much consideration to the amount of activity on Mondays, we have decided it’s in the best interest of the daycare dogs not to have daycare on Mondays.  Beginning with the Week of August 14th we will no longer have daycare on any Monday. Daycare will be available for your dogs from Tuesday through Friday.


In addition, we want to make sure the day your dog comes to daycare is the best day for him. So if you could please call ahead to set up daycare for your dogs so we can plan for him being here.  To discuss your dogs best day to come call our office and talk with Tina or Laura about which day is the best day depending on the other dogs that are here that day. There are some dogs that would rather not play with each other and there are some dogs who we want to make sure their best buddy is here to play too!!!


We appreciate your understanding about not having daycare next week. Please feel free to contact myself or the office with any questions you have regarding your dog and their play days at WagsInn.


We look forward to seeing them again soon, Lori

Roscoe needs a Home

Roscoe is a Border Collie mix. He is 1-2 years old ,  he does have lots of energy. He would love to take Agility Training!! He is friendly and lovable!! He gets along with other dogs and love running the fields with them. He loves all people and children.

Max found his home!!!


Max: 3-4 year old Masitff

First of all, Max doesn’t realize how big he is and thinks he’s a cuddly lap dog. When Max arrived he immediately went to the vet where they removed a gallbladder stone as big as a hockey puck. He was also diagnosed with heartworm. Max has completed his heartworm treatment. He does have some signs of hip dysplasia which is being managed.   Max is on a special diet which he will need to continue  for the rest of his life. He would love someone who is familiar with his breed and wants a couch potato who enjoys going on  few walks a day. We know he comes with baggage but just take a look at that face!!

Annie & Truman were adopted together!!

Desperately searching for a new home… preferably together!!
Annie and Truman are now at wags inn , here’s a little about the dogs and some pics. They are Red Tick Coonhound/ Bull terrier and are 7 years old (just turned 7 on Feb. 22). They are brother and sister from the same litter and are definitely bonded, as they’ve never been apart. Truman is more out going and loves people and other dogs, but probably wouldn’t do well with cats or other small animals. Small children are fine though.
Annie is more timid, but warms up quickly and is very snugly and gentle. She’s great with people big or small, but does not do good with other animals, including dogs (besides Truman).