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Sittings take place at your home and boardings take place at your pet caregiver's home.
All pet caregivers offer pick-up and drop-off for boarding services.
Your pet caregiver will send photos and videos throughout the service in addition to a thorough report card.
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Wagging Tails at the 5K Walk/Run
There are plenty of wagging tails at the annual Dog Walk and Run for the Knox-Whitley Animal Shelter! The event is held in October in the track and field area of the Corbin High School. You can choose to enter the 5K run/walk that is timed and on a flat course. There are categories for everyone! Runners are divided into age groups from 14 and under to 65 and older. A 1 or 2 mile walk is offered for dogs and their owners that is not timed. Grab your leash and your loved ones for a healthy walk or run for a good cause!
Cumberland Falls State Park
Known as the Niagara of the south, Cumberland Falls is the largest waterfall - south of Niagara! The expansive falls are also famous for the moonbow, the only one in the western hemisphere, observed under a full moon on nights with a clear sky. The beautiful Cumberland Falls State Park has a camping area that is friendly to leashed dogs. The "bark" has many activities for the camping canine, including hiking trails, fishing, and water sports! The campsites have water and electricity connections, restrooms, a grocery store, and a dumping station.
Big South Fork Scenic Railway
Woo! Woof! Woo! You can take your leashed dog for a train ride to explore the area on the Big South Fork Scenic Railway! Located about 30 minutes from Corbin, you can book an excursion that starts in Stearns, Kentucky and takes you on a three hour, 14-mile trip into the Daniel Boone National Forest and Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area on the Kentucky and Tennessee Railway. Traveling past beautiful views and into a gorge, you will stop at the Blue Heron Coal Mining Camp, a National Park Service outdoor interpretive site. Other tours are available, including a seasonal Polar Express or Moonshine Tour.
Squirrel Dog World Competition
The cur and fiest breeds love to hunt and are known for their special skills in treeing their game! This competition invites cur and fiest breeds from across the nation to compete for a World Champion title. Based on United Kennel Club standards, these dog-letes compete in a simulated hunting setting in which there are no guns and no game are used. Using a point system, the dogs, their handlers, and dog teams hunt for two hours and are scored for their performance, trying to make the fewest mistakes possible. Here's to the hunt with your hound!
Cumberland Valley Cruise In
Car-loving canines and their owners can enjoy the classic beauty of cars on Main Street! The event is held monthly, from March to October. Each cruise is unique, as a special breed of car is featured from hot rods to MOPAR to Mustang Madness! An outdoor event, leashed dogs can accompany their owner in the admiration of a mile-long display of classic cars, led by the Kentucky State Police from the Main Street to the Cumberland Falls "bark" for the car show.
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