Who owns and runs the kennel?

Rob and Barb Rall designed, built and have operated Century Kennels since 1979. For them, Century Kennels is a lifestyle. They live on the property, and care for the pets 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Does each dog have their own large indoor/outdoor run?

The runs at Century Kennels are large and airy. Each dog has his or her own run, and can go in and out in good weather.

Is the kennel spotlessly clean, and disinfected daily?

We invite you to view our kennels: they are cleaned and disinfected daily. They are spotless!

Jackie.pngAre vaccinations required?

We require all vaccinations to be current. This helps keep your pet healthy while in our care.

Can you see where your pet stays?

You are more than welcome to see where your pet will stay. In fact, we encourage this, so that you can be sure your pet will have a safe, clean and comfortable place. You should be able to do that at any kennel where you board your pet!

How many years experience do the kennel owners/operators have?

Century Kennels has been in operation for 32 years, under the same ownership.

 

When do the pets get their first and last potty breaks?

The first potty break is at 7 a.m. The last one is at 10 p.m.

What does the kennel feed the pets in their care?

We proudly feed Bil Jac dog food. Bil Jac is specially formulated to provide premium nutrition for dogs. Read about their philosophy and ingredients at www.bil-jac.com.

Is the person you talk to on the phone and at check-in the person responsible for caring for your pet?

We believe it is important for the person checking in your pet to be the same person that you talk to. This provides continuity, and lets you know who will be taking care of your pet. Personal care is a priority at Century Kennels.

Does your pet share community space with other pets?

Each dog has his or her private space and patio. In good weather, the patios are opened so that the dogs can go in and out as they please.

These are questions that you should ask of any kennel to which you entrust your pet. Only by knowing the answers to these questions can you be sure that your dog and/or cat is going to get good care and be healthy during their kennel stay.

kennels.png

The Kennels

Dogs-View.png

Dogs view from the kennels.

lobby.png

The Lobby