Sturgeon County Kennels has been a family owned and operated business since the summer of 2005. With over 12 years of dog boarding experience, we know what it takes to make sure your dog has a happy and comfortable visit with us.
About Sturgeon County Kennels
We feature spacious, custom built kennels with indoor and outdoor runs to allow for the freedom for dogs to lounge outside in the sun or come inside to unwind. Guests can also relax on our heated floors and stay cozy throughout the fall, spring, and winter months. Kennels are cleaned daily to ensure your dog enjoys a comfortable and hygienic stay! We have 4 play areas of various sizes for dogs to explore, exercise, and enjoy. Socializing (with your approval) is encouraged between dogs of similar size, age, and temperament. Safety is our number one priority, so socializing is always supervised. We welcome dogs of all sizes to come be our guest. Visit us today to take a tour of the kennel – no appointment necessary!
3,600 ft of indoor & 8,000 ft of outdoor facility. Individual indoor and outdoor kennels.
Experienced, Professional family run business since 2005 with caring and qualified staff.
In-floor heating for warm paws. Private indoor kennels for added comfort.
Secure and Private Kennels
Your dog’s safety is our number one priority, so all of our kennels are secure, individual and private.
Indoor / Outdoor Kennels
Sturgeon County Kennels features 41 kennels with individual outdoor access for dogs to enjoy throughout the day.
The staff at Sturgeon County Kennels are trained to administer basic medication for your pet, including pills, ear drops, and eye drops with no additional charge to you!
Free Walks / Quad Walks
Birds fly, fish swims, and dogs walk. We make sure your dog stays happy by walking with them and letting them explore our 7 acre acreage.
Routine Daily Sanitation
We vacuum, mop, and routinely pressure wash the kennel to keep the kennels spic and span.
Five Play Areas
We feature 5 play areas to allow dogs to get out of the kennel and into a bigger free roaming area.
Daily Socialization (with approval)
Dogs love socializing with other dogs, so we try our best to let the dogs get out and play. With your permission, we match dogs of similar age, size, and temperament to get outside and play.
What To Bring
A nutritious, balanced diet is essential to keeping your dog healthy and we care proper nutrition is one of your dog’s basic needs.
A bedding is a great way to remind your dog of home and to keep them comfortable.
Administer medication during stand-alone medication administration visits and during single visits, pet sitting, and grooming.
Rabies is a fatal viral disease that affects dogs and many other mammals.
Bordetella is a contagious flu-like syndrome that causes dogs to cough and Bordetella vaccination greatly reduces the risk of infection.
The DHLPP vaccine only way to keep your dog safe from these terrible illnesses is to make sure your dog is vaccinated.
What not to bring
Leashes & Bowls
Sturgeon County Kennels has plenty of leashes & bowls, so don’t worry about bring them unless you have a raised bowl or slow-eater bowl.