We are super excited to see you at this years Open House and all the positive response we have received. We’re not afraid of a little rain, however, thunder and lightning are predicted tomorrow, which is another story. Safety is our main concern for everyone and all our four-legged friends. Due to this, we will be rescheduling our Open House to Saturday, October 21st. from 11 am – 2 pm. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused, but we hope to see you next weekend. Fingers crossed the sun will be shining.

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Why do I have to have a physical fenced in area?

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    Mackenzie’s requests physical fenced yards or fenced play-areas as an extra safety precaution for the dog in the new home. It helps protect your rescue dog from other animals and people that might come into your yard. It helps the new dog get to know their boundaries of this new home territory. It also gives the dog a safe place to run and play freely without being on a leash, and gives the family a peace of mind about their dog not running into the road after a toy or animal. We do still encourage families to walk their dogs daily even if they do have a physical fenced area, as exercise is key for a healthy, happy dog.

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