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Holly's Pride-Hotel For Pets, Burlington Reviews (17)
We have a thirteen year old chichauhua and we put him in the kennel on the 15 th January
2017 Until the 26th January 2017 his shots were all up to date including bordatella .
I brought him home after the trip and he started with an awful kennel cough
We have had no sleep with the poor animal gasping rasping cough.
The vet bills are currently Two hundred dollars with a long prescription of antibiotics.
The boarding fees were 300 dollars giving a total of Five hundred just to this point.
Regardless of the money we have an extremely sick dog and we are very worried about him.
I called Holly's pride and told the person at the desk they have a nasty kennel cough virsus in the place.
But she was defensive and started to tell me that virus is airborne.
I already knew that but perhaps they needed to fumigate or have the place cleaned with bleach.
I admit we have not had this happen in the past but we now have a very very sick dog.
Kennel cough is a nasty tracial infection which can turn into pneumonia in older dogs with compressed immune systems. It is extremely contagious both airborne and by touch.
I should be concerned at leaving my loved pet in there at this point in time.
I think we will move on to somewhere else in the future.
To the staff: Keep the good work, not only making our dogs happy but us too.
As for the other person who wrote a nasty review, don't listen to that crap. Obviously someone with issues if they didn't even bother to find out or get a clue about what happened.
I'm the pickiest person in the world, and I'd definitely have my dog stay there any day.
In regards to the other review, I guess you need to keep your pet in the plastic bubble it has lived in because dogs DO bark & can get excited, especially if they have never been properly socialized.
I don't know what other kennels are like and I will never find out. I will never leave my dog in a kennel again. I can't say for sure what went on while I was away, but my guess is it wasn't a very pleasant experience for my dog.
This place was recommended to me by my vet.
If you're dog is in new surroundings with other dogs,
there's every chance he'll bark and bark much more than he would at home.
Where do you think you WILL leave your dog next time you go away...at the pound???
I'm going away soon, Holly's was recommended by MY vet and that's where she will go.
My advice to you...don't travel.
Well DUH, did you ask them? Did you call them while you were away to check up on your prized pooch? Was it serious enough for you to take him to the vet?
Why would you write a cowardly negative review without seeking out explanations from the kennel? You obviously didn't bother to ask, or you wouldn't have written "I have no idea, I can't say..." Duh, you're an idiot.
By the way, I've had my dog at Holly's and he's come home happy, healthy, and not even stressed. He's a big boy, loves to bark, and hates to be away from home, but sometimes, it's a necessity. Get a grip lady.
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Holly’s Pride services clients from Toronto to Brantford. Our flagship location in Burlington and our second location in Ancaster.
All of Holly's Staff are pet owner's too and that's why we strive to make sure your best friend's stay is a safe, positive and fun experience.