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    DefaultMD/PA Line Boarding Kennels?

    I am on the Maryland / Pennsylvania line and was wondering if anyone had recommendations for a boarding kennel. Zora will be 15 weeks when we leave for 5 days on a vacation already planned before we got her, and they do not allow pets. I'm worried sick, only because I love her so much and want her to be well taken care of. I want her to have a good time and not be sad or frightened. Any recommendations would help. I checked some places out on line, but just want to see if others had some ideas. Thanks.

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    DefaultRe: MD/PA Line Boarding Kennels?

    Do you have any friends or family members she could stay with? It would be best for her to stay in a home environment where her potty training won't go out the window. You really don't want to "board" her before her shots are complete either.

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    DefaultRe: MD/PA Line Boarding Kennels?

    A couple of places in Cecil county, MD

    http://www.rebelridgefarms.com/

    and this one didn't have a web page that I could find.

    Captain's Quarters for Pets
    (410) 398-8320


    175 Deaver Rd
    Elkton, MD 21921

    Did you check with your breeder to board your pup while you're gone?
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    DefaultRe: MD/PA Line Boarding Kennels?

    Checking with your breeder is a great idea. We were going to the Outer Banks & wwe had just gotten Molly a couple months before our trip. Our breeder offered to keep her but the house we rent allows pets & our other lab was going. Being at your breeders would be good for your puppy.

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