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Extremely professional. My dog is behaving so much better. I would recommend to everyoneFeb 8, 2018VerifiedK9 Kindergarten LLC's reply
Thank you Mike it was a pleasure working with you and Scrappy.
Our entire experience was exceptional. Both our dogs and our family needed training. Our rescue German Shepard Dog was out of control. 2 weeks later we all have better habits. Still growing and learning. Love this place for training retail and grooming. Worth my hour drive. Thanks everyoneDec 30, 2017VerifiedK9 Kindergarten LLC's reply
Thanks Krystal. I'm glad your happy.
We have a Great Dane puppy and when she was about 6 to 7 months old she started to display some rough/mildly agressive behavior. We tried other training methods, but our Vet recommended Dave at K9. After an evaluation our puppy started 2 weeks of behavior training. The difference was amazing, we are very happy with the results. Our puppy is now 18 months old and just under 100 lbs and we have continued with K 9 for daycare. She loves the people at K9 and the socialization with the other dogs.Nov 4, 2016
Our two dogs are always thrilled to go to K9. They get groomed, see the vet, and board there. I know they are exceedingly well cared for by all the staff. We also got our invisible fence with them. We were pleased with the installation and training we received. We highly recommend K9 for all pet care needs.Nov 6, 2016
I would suggest that you find a different rescue organization to deal with. No one in the store can help you with rescue questions and the rescue folks never call you back. While I appreciate what you are trying to do doing it right is important. I made the mistake of bringing our app in before your adoption event and it obviously never got where it wss supposed to go and so subsequently the dog we were very interested went somewhere else, at least I hope so. No one on our app was ever called and when we have called into the store were told they couldn't help us. My suggestion would be to get the rescue its own phone number. We drove an hour each way three times, once to get the app, another to bring the app back and then another to see the dog, we were at least deserving a phone call.Nov 2, 2016K9 Kindergarten LLC's reply
Dear Mr Mik Summers, How dare you suggest to go to a different rescue. You and everyone else that applied for Vinnie were told the same thing. That we had a large number of responses for Vinnie, just because you apply for him does NOT mean you will be adopting him. We told everyone that we would contact them by email by Friday on our decision either way, which we don’t normally do. I am sorry you only heard what you wanted and did not listen to directions from the volunteers you spoke with, we are also sorry that you don’t like to be told no and now you have to post a nasty review because you didn’t get what you wanted and have to tell everybody incorrectly what happened to you. We take pride in how we select homes for our adoptable animals. They are not an object you purchase at a store they are a living thing and some of our rescues have other issues that we work with and find homes that understand those issues. Until you volunteer at a rescue and see what it is all about, how much these volunteers care about these animals and how they work to find the best homes, you do not have the right to judge. Not everyone that works at K9 Cuisine N More is involved in the rescue. Mr. Wilkins provides donated space, discounted kennel space, does behavioral training and also pays for help with taking care of our animals when we don't have a volunteer available. As far as getting a phone line every volunteer has a family and a full time job, they run and help with the rescue in their free time. It cost money for a phone line and feel the money would be better spent on the care of the animals. We also don’t what to be receiving hundreds of calls from people that do not follow directions and are to impatient to wait for an answer or be yelled at because they are not chosen for a certain pet. Do you know how many animals that money would help out for vaccinations, lukiquima testing, food, and spay/neuters. We currently have a dog that has been with us since April 20th named Bella that has a severe skin allergy and we have to purchase prescription food for her, which the rescue has to pay $85 per month just for her food along with medicated bath and care. Plus they are trying to raise money for a dog that needs surgery on her hips. I'm real sorry you had to drive three time to get look at a Yorkie Poo, did you ask when you came in to meet him if you could meet with the other four smaller dogs that were they for adoption? It’s things like this that make me mad at what our society is becoming, not everybody gets what they want, not everybody wins, people lose it builds character. Do you think you were the only one that didn't qualify for the adoption? As far as saying you were going to give us a lot of money if you got the dog after you were told he was adopted Bs. If we had a nickel for every time we heard that. You know the rest. Michelle Wilkins - Director K9 Petz Rescue
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Since every dog and training need is different we have to see you and your pet to give you a price. All of our obedience Training's are 100 % Guaranteed
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Everyone must bring in current shot records of their pets. Distemper Vaccination Rabies if older than 6 months Fecal Test Bordetella With training or daycare, we like an evaluation to see what your needs are and how your dog will get along with there new friends.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have been training over 26 years I'm a certified trainer from I.A.C.P Pro Master Trainer/ Behaviorist I work with Macomb Animal Shelter Local Animal Rescues Michigan and Macomb Human Society I have worked with dogs that would of been euthanized with out my training.