Overnight dog care in Muskegon

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Sittings take place at your home and boardings take place at your pet caregiver's home.

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All pet caregivers offer pick-up and drop-off for boarding services.

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Your pet caregiver will send photos and videos throughout the service in addition to a thorough report card.

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My love for animals is my most honorable gift to share! I will care for your pets just as you do, a & thats a promise! I can guarantee you respect & professionalism. I'll go above & beyond giving dedicated genuine love and the utmost care to your fur family member. All pets have unique personalities. I take time and dedication to truly get to know them. You deserve only impeccable services that I can provide! Excited to meet your fur baby! -Pet Nanny Kelly www.facebook.com/petnannykelly

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Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull

Dog Boarding in Muskegon

The Muskegon Humane Society and Animal Rescue is a no-kill nonprofit association that serves the mistreated and abandoned cats and dogs in the Muskegon, Michigan area. This facility received the 2013 Outstanding Performance Award "Most Improved- Limited Admission" awarded by the Michigan Pet Fund Alliance for the quality of care and services they provide. During 2016, the facility took in a total of 158 dogs, of which 13 were puppies. They were able to place 157 dogs in fur-ever homes through their adoption process. 

The organization is committed to working with the animals "til every animal has a home". They offer a range of outreach and education programs. For children's organizations, such as 4-H clubs or girl scouts and boy scouts, they teach important life skills such as empathy, patience, respect and compassion by relating what animals need to feel safe and loved. The Pawsome Tutoring Program invites children to come to the shelter to read to the animals. The Open Paw Training Program is a national program in which they train owners on proper pet training techniques. People of all ables are able to connect to the animals. 

There are healthy senior citizens who would love to have a companion in thier lives  - the adoption process at this organization strives to place senior humans with senior pets. The shelter also takes dogs to visit with the elderly who live in assisted living through the Senior Enrichment Program. 

Fetch! Sit! Stay! Come! Learn how to train your pet and be a better owner by working with their highly qualified trainer who will work with the dogs and their owners at the facility or in their homes. The organization relies on donations and has partnerships with many businesses. They have a thriving volunteer program, further enriching the lives of citizens and canines in Muskegon.


Upcoming Dog Friendly Events Muskegon

Circle of Trees and Dog Parade

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Admission
FREE!

Month
December

Duration
12:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Circle of Trees and Dog Parade

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Who needs Rudolph when Rover is so much more fun for Santa! 

Muskegon celebrates the holiday season with a circle of trees and dog parade in early December. Located at Walker Park, you can purchase a tree and decorate it! The trees may be sponsored by a family, club, or organization. Following the decorating of the trees, there is a Santa/Dog Parade, carolling, the lighting of the trees, and visits with Santa. Costumed canines waggle down the street dressed as Rudolph, Santa's elves, or just looking paw-some for all to enjoy in this lovely city and festive day.

Play for the Day at Norman F. Kruse Park

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Admission
FREE!

Duration
Seasonal Hours

Play for the Day at Norman F. Kruse Park

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At the northern end of the Norman F. Kruse Park located on the shore of Lake Michigan, you will find an area that is open for dogs to romp and play on the beautiful white sand. While playing on the beach, the animal must be leashed. However, your hound can go off-leash to play in the water! There are two parking lots, nature trails, barrier dunes, accessible dune walkways, a playground, dune overlooks, picnic shelters, restrooms, and a basketball court at this beautiful "bark" overlooking Lake Michigan. Reviewers love the freedom of romping with their Rovers for a day of fun in the sun, sand, and surf!


Muskegon Farmer's Market

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Admission
FREE!

Duration
Tuesday and Saturday Mornings

Muskegon Farmer's Market

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The Muskegon Farmer's Market first opened over 100 years ago, then re-opened in 1921. You can bring your dog to the common areas of the Muskegon Farmer's Market. Health laws do not allow the dogs in the areas that have produce or food, unless the animal is a service dog. The bustling market has entertainment and locally sourced products. You might be itching to visit the Tuesday Flea Markets to check out the wares for sale and socialize. The summer season is from May to November. Grab your leash and best friend to shop, stroll, people and pet watch!

Barks and Brews Yappy Hour

12
Admission
FREE!

Month
September

Duration
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Barks and Brews Yappy Hour

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Join the Pigeon Hill Brewing Company at the Barks and Brews Yappy Hour to support the Downtown Muskegon Petsafe Bark Park! You can taste the brew and pick up a t-shirt to help raise funds for the park. Dogs on leash are welcome on the patio area to socialize as their owners, sharing "swags and tails" together.

Wag your Tail on the Musketawa Trail

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Admission
FREE!

Duration
Dawn-Dusk, Year Round

Wag your Tail on the Musketawa Trail

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The Musketawa Trail is part of the nationwide Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. The trail had been an unused railway corridor. Today, it is a trail that pleases the senses as you travel along the 25-mile asphalt trail that connects Muskegon and Ottawa counties. There are a variety of ways to enjoy the path, including biking, inline skating, walking, or cross-country skiing! The trail will take you across bridges, into farmland areas, along the tree-lined pathways and into towns where you might stop for refreshment. It makes for a great walk for a human and their companion to savor the beautiful seasons of Michigan!