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Best Dog Boarders
in Colorado

Why These Dog Boarders?

Our goal is to connect people with the best local experts. We scored dog boarders on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analysed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best dog boarders in Colorado Springs, CO.

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Our Selection Criteria:

  • 1. Reputation

    A history of delighted customers and outstanding service.

  • 2. Credibility

    Building customer confidence with licensing, accreditations, and awards.

  • 3. Experience

    Masters of their craft, based on years of practical experience and education.

  • 4. Availability

    Consistently approachable and responsive, so customers never feel ignored.

  • 5. Professionalism

    Providing service with honesty, reliability, and respect.

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A Paw Above Canine Boarding Service

A Paw Above Canine Boarding Service provides pet daycare, boarding, and grooming services to the Colorado Springs, Colorado area. Individual 20 – 30 minute walks are also offered at an additional cost. The kennels are each 25 square feet, providing space for pets to play. The kennel run area is outfitted with closed-circuit cameras and the boarding area is climate controlled. The play areas are covered in artificial turf and the runs are constructed of solid surface panels for comfort.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 386-7291


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Animal Hospital of Colorado Springs

Animal Hospital of Colorado Springs opened in 1980. In 2007, the company changed its name and moved to its current building. The hospital offers counseling, diagnostics, emergency and preventive care, and surgery services. The hospital is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association and is also involved with the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, and the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association. One of their doctors is also a Diplomat of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, a certified canine and feline practitioner, and a board certified specialist.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 579-9488


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Aspen Meadows Pet Resort

Opened in 2010, Aspen Meadows Pet Resort provides boarding, daycare, and grooming services in the Colorado Springs, Colorado area. They also offer a pet taxi to transport pets to and from the facility. Aspen Meadows' owner is the treasurer of the Colorado Association of Dog Daycares and is on the Advisory Committee for the Colorado Department of Agriculture's Pet Animal Care and Facilities Act.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 282-6000


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Austin Bluffs Animal Clinic

Austin Bluffs Animal Clinic is a full-service animal hospital located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Owner Dr. Richard Monyek is a licensed veterinarian. Austin Bluffs treats all types of pets and animals and provides complete veterinary medical, dental, and surgical care including geriatrics. Clients have said that Austin Bluff's staff are professional and compassionate caregivers.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 598-7879


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Canine Campus

Canine Campus opened in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1999 offering dog daycare, boarding, and grooming. Canine Campus carefully screens each dog before he or she is allowed to join the pack. The company received accolades from the New York Times, The Colorado Springs Gazette, and Pet Services Journal for their K-9 Connect software, which was also named as a finalist for Dell/NFIB Award.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 448-9600


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ChampDog Park

ChampDog Park opened in 2016 with a focus on providing daycare and overnight care. Owner Mary Jane Brown has more than 20 years of experience volunteering with several humane societies and charitable organizations. She also brings her experience working as a volunteer firefighter to ChampDog Park. Their services include daycare, overnight care, a pet spa, and a pet boutique.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 282-3300


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Countryside Kennels

Countryside Kennels provides pet boarding and grooming and sells pet food and supplies in the Colorado Springs, Colorado area. The company is a member of the Pet Care Association. The facility has a 200 x 300 foot exercise yard. Countryside Kennels also offers a natural foods co-op offering wholesale prices on food with a membership.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 495-3678


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Double D Ranch

Double D Ranch provides daycare and boarding for dogs over 30 pounds in the Colorado Springs area. The facility offers five acres of fenced space for dogs to run. Dogs get a "ranch dog" experience with pasture duties and other farm work. They also offer hiking, swimming, obedience, and agility training. Customers have expressed their thanks for Double D's training and noted improvements in their pet's manners after stays with Double D.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 660-3897


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Jackson Creek Kennel

Located in the Peyton area of Colorado, Jackson Creek Kennel is a 35-acre dog boarding facility. The kennel was opened in 2009. Owner Dale Parker started training dogs two decades ago. The owners live on-site and provide obedience training and gun dog training in addition to boarding. The facility also breeds Pudelpointers.

Peyton, CO (719) 661-2020


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Northwest Animal Hospital

Northwest Animal Hospital serves Colorado Springs, Colorado and the surrounding communities. It is an American Animal Hospital Association-accredited pet hospital dedicated to providing a high level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service. Northwest Animal Hospital offers veterinary medical, dental, and surgical care as well as boarding, daycare, and grooming. Their veterinarians are also available for house calls.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 593-8582


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Pine Creek Veterinary Hospital

Pine Creek Veterinary Hospital is an American Animal Hospital Association-accredited pet hospital, founded in Colorado Springs, Colorado in 2008. It was one of the first pet hospitals in Colorado Springs to use the Companion Therapy Laser - a pain management therapy that speeds the healing process. They offer cardiac consultations and abdominal and thoracic ultrasonography in addition to general wellness, dental, and surgical care and boarding. Pine Creek is an open hospital where owners can remain with their pets during all procedures.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 955-0966


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Rampart Kennels

Founded in Colorado Springs in 1970, Rampart Kennels is a state-licensed pet boarding facility. Rampart Kennels is family-owned and provides daycare, boarding, and grooming. The well-being of clients' pets is their primary goal. Rampart Kennels has seven acres of property with 32 indoor/outdoor dog runs with privacy dividers to ensure pets have space and privacy for a stress-free stay.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 591-0066


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Smiths Dog Lodge

Located in Monument, Colorado, Smiths Dog Lodge is a family-owned, home-based boarding lodge for domestic dogs. It is a licensed pet animal care facility and has been in operation since 2006. Smiths takes a naturalistic approach to living with dogs, providing them with open space where they can run and play. Customers praise the open spaces and exercise that their dogs get at Smiths.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 481-9037


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Tails Up Pet Boarding and Dog Day Care

Tails Up Pet Boarding and Dog Day Care was founded in Castle Rock, Colorado by co-owners Jill Potter and Marc Sousa. Their services include overnight stays, daycare, services for cats, and basic obedience training. Customers report feeling comfortable leaving their pets with Tails Up and praise the clean, caring facility.

Castle Rock, CO (303) 660-9934


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Timberview Animal Hospital

The Timberview Animal Hospital provides veterinary services to the Colorado Springs, Briargate, Black Forest, Air Force Academy and Monument areas. Their services include wellness and preventive medicine, dentistry, surgery, emergency care, and boarding.

Colorado Springs, CO (719) 362-8880


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Woodmoor Veterinary Hospital and Pet Lodge

Woodmoor Veterinary Hospital and Pet Lodge serves the Tri-Lakes area, Black Forest, Air Force Academy, and Gleneagle. Woodmoor opened in 1988 and expanded in 1998. The current facility is over 11,000 square feet, and houses the boarding and daycare kennels and veterinary hospital. In addition to comprehensive veterinary care services, their services include grooming and pet travel.

Monument, CO (719) 488-2500


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