Local Pet Services

Boarding Facilities:

Valley Inn for Pets, Hadley 584-5252 boarding with on-site veterinary care, live pet cams, grooming

Pet Hotel Hadley 586-5525 indoor boarding, day care, grooming

Shady Glen Kennel, Belchertown 323-7349 boarding, grooming

Wintergreen Kennels, Southampton 562-9478 boarding, day care

Whirl Wind Farm, Amherst 549-3780 boarding, grooming

Pampered Pet Sitting, Easthampton 529-0011

Groomers:

Aussie Pet Mobile, Courtney Merhar, 335-7383

Pawsitively Dunn, Lori Dunn, 586-4141

Pet Hotel Hadley, Jessie Ladd 586-5525

Shady Glen Kennel, Kim Descouteau, 323-7349

Valley Veterinary Hospital, grooming with sedation if needed, 584-1223

Furs A Flyin, Easthampton 529-2275

Tail Waggers, Northampton, 586-7226

Zoom & Groom, Florence, 587-0695

Training:

Animal Alliances, Kelley Bollen, 296-1451, www. pioneervalleypetbehavior.com

     in home behavior consults and group lessons

the Canine Counselor, Susan Miller, 478-8234

     in home behavior consults

Elise Gouge, 230-9873

     behavior consulting & training at Exercise Finished in Chicopee

It's Pawsible, Westhampton, 527-7364

the Dakin, Springfield, 781-4000 and Leverett, 548-9898

     local classes in Hadley & Leverett

     also preparing the family dog for a new baby, with Jill Haley-Rose

True Blue Dog Training, Haydenville, 537-1211

Therapy Dog Training:

Bright Spot Therapy Dogs, http://www.bright-spot.org/ for local schedules

Exercise Finished, Chicopee, 533-0049

     in addition to basic & rally obedience, agility & show handling

Call us at 413-584-1629 or email us to make your appointment today!

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

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4:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am

4:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am

4:00 pm

Thursday:

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4:00 pm

Friday:

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4:00 pm

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  • "Dr Allen is absolutely amazing. I contacted her because my elderly cat Clara was very ill, and needed to be put to sleep. My regular veterinarian did not do House Calls and I wanted Clara's passing to be as comfortable as possible- in her own home, on her own bed, surrounded by peace and love. Dr Allen came to my home within three hours of my phone call. She was overwhelmingly kind to both Clara and me. Clara's passing was completely serene, which was exactly what I wanted. I CAN NOT recommend Dr Allen's veterinary services enough. She is simply a WONDERFUL veterinarian, and all pets deserve a doctor like her."
    Hadley, MA

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