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Your Dog's Inn

North Newburgh, Maine

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Your Dog's Inn

North Newburgh, Maine

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Jacob Charles

30 May 2016

Our dog Riley is a recent graduate of the Puppy Program. My wife and I were both impressed with the program and how it not only teaches your dog obedience, but how much Elizabeth has taught us as owners/parents. Your Dog’s Inn is an amazing place to bring your pup as it is one of the cleanest places you will ever encounter and offers a safe learning environment with other puppies and dogs. Most places separate the puppies from the dogs… but not Elizabeth, as she carefully evaluates all puppies and dogs to make sure they will fit into “the pack”. Riley has learned so many socialization skills that she wouldn’t have learned if she was only with puppies. Riley loves going to daycare and playing with all her pack mates, as you can tell at night because she only passes out and has doggie dreams after a day at daycare. Elizabeth is a great leader for the dogs and will give you the tools to learn if you are willing to listen. I highly recommend Your Dog’s Inn and especially the Puppy Program, as it is the best decision we have ever made for Riley. More...

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Kate D.

23 June 2014

When we got our 12 week old puppy Lido, we were eager to bring him to Your Dog's Inn, and really had no idea how much he'd need the type of program that Elizabeth provides. He was a rescue puppy from a foster home in Georgia, and we had never met him before picking him up at the transport drop off. His foster mom had told us that he was a bit of an Alpha and he was very affectionate. Well, once we got him we learned he was more than a bit of an Alpha, that he hadn't been properly socialized with other dogs, he was dominant, and high energy. Elizabeth determined this during his assessment but said she would take him. On day two Elizabeth confirmed suspicions that my husband and I had that Lido was not the Lab mix that the rescue told us we were getting, that he was indeed a Pit Bull. I don't have anything against Pit Bulls, but the news did have an effect on how I felt about the whole situation. After five days of going to Elizabeth's, Lido was a totally changed pup. By using exercise, discipline, and appropriate affection, Lido was listening, he was calm, and sleeping through the night without any accidents. Elizabeth was very informative, caring, and really teaching us how to raise our puppy. It's clear that she's passionate about her work, and she does it very well. Sadly, Lido was sent back to Georgia after having him for two weeks. Though he was behaving, I had a sense of unease around him and I knew eventually that would transfer to him and possibly make him aggressive towards me. I didn't think waiting to see if that feeling would go away would be good for either one of us, so my husband and I made the really hard decision to send him back to the rescue. Elizabeth was wonderfully understanding when I told her, and really helped in making me see there was nothing wrong with me, that he just wasn't the puppy for us. We'll get another puppy someday, but we'll take our time and research breeds that would work for us, and make sure to meet the puppy before bringing him/her home. I was so impressed with what spending two weeks in Elizabeth's care did for Lido that we'll definitely return when we get another puppy. More...

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Andrew D.

1 May 2013

My wife and I cannot say enough good things about Your Dog's Inn and the owner, Elizabeth Miller. We are the proud owners of yellow lab sisters, Bella and Zoey, who are just over two years old. We started with Your Dog's Inn when they were just seven months old. At that time my wife and I had our hands full with not one, but two dogs who were making messes in the house and were not the best at listening to what we had to say. Elizabeth and her approach was exactly what was needed. She believes in discipline so the your dog/ dogs know who the leader of the pack is. She also believes in affection in the right manner. We never have to worry about Bella our Zoey when they're with Elizabeth. Your Dog's Inn is more than a job or profession for Elizabeth; it's a passion. She pours her heart and soul into what she does and the results show this. The facility is extremely convenient to get to, just a couple miles off of I95 and is VERY clean and well kept. My wife and I consider Bella and Zoey to be family just like many other people when it comes to their pets. If you feel the same, come check out Your Dog's Inn. You won't be disappointed. More...

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