Welcome to Comfort Kennel Pet Care!
We are excited to open the doors to you and your fur-family here at Comfort Kennel Pet Care. As some of you may know, we transitioned ownership from Beth McCumber at the beginning of December. We extend our thanks to Beth for assisting with as much transparency as possible as we moved in, and she moved out. Our mutual goal was the elimination of any disruption to our guests and their families.
We look forward to meeting past and new customers as we provide a safe, clean, secure, fun and love-filled time away from home for your fur-kids. Our goal is always to meet and exceed your expectations.
Like our customers, we are avid animal lovers. Our combined family pet care experience covers more than 60 years. We have owned and maintained a sprint-racing sled dog kennel for more than 30 years. They have cat and rabbit fur-siblings. Whether performing athletes, with specific health and nutrition requirements, or couch residents, we provide optimal care to all. Our animal care expertise is not limited to domestic animals. We also participate in wildlife rehabilitation when contacted to do so.
Over the years we learned much about unique animal needs. If you have pets with special needs, please be assured yours will receive extra and unique individual attention. Whether dog, cat or rabbit, we have cared for senior, blind, deaf, handicapped, diabetic, and others afflicted with debilitating diseases. We currently care for a blind 14-year old dog, a diabetic cat, and an arthritic, deaf 14-year-old dog, to mention a few.
We take great pride in keeping current with pet care information and news. We participated in Penn Foster’s Pet Grooming Certification program, American Red Cross Pet First Aid Class and Barkleigh’s Cat and Dog First Aid and CPR Certification training program. We are active members of the International Boarding & Pet Services Association, National Dog Groomer’s Association of America, Association of Professional Dog Trainers, International Association of Professional Dog Daycare Owners, and the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants.
Last but not least, we want to get to know our fellow pet lovers. We invite you to send a note or give us a call to introduce yourselves. Of course, we would love to have your fur-kids join us for a day or a more extended stay so we can get to know them too!
Karen & Family