Sebastian Graduates!

It’s a sad day, well at least for us at RWCR! Sebastian graduates today and this ham has done an awesome learning all his skills and being well behaved during public outings! He has kept us in stitches! You’re an awesome dog Sebastian! #transformation

This Weekends Boarders

Loving these sweet babies! Bolo (top right), Callie, Taz, Brutus, Izzy, Champ, Gwen, Luna, Jack.

Andy& Bernie, Molly, Jack & Luna. We have a few missing but will catch them in another pic! 🐶

We love these guys!

Frequent flyers…Thunder, Storm & Reid! They all belong to one client! And they all are like family! 🐶❤️🐾

Kona Graduates

Kona graduated this week and his family was so excited to get him back home!

First Time Boarder 🐶

Sweet Emma is boarding with us for the first time and what a sweetheart she is!

Sweet sweet boarders!

Sweet boys Rocky and Beau are just a few of our boarders vacationing with us this weekend. We love each and every fur baby that vacations with us!

Mornings are the best!

When you wake up to this…you can’t help but have a good day!

Trainees enjoying the cool weather

Our trainees are fun, rambunctious, full or energy and last but not least they are full of love! Oh how they love to watch them play!!

We love our TRAINEES!

It’s hard to get good pics of all our trainees in one day! But here is a couple of them! Harley has gone home but I love this pic of him! And Bree is getting some special loving from Logan, one of our employees!

What you need to know about Service Dogs


Many people don’t know rules regarding service dogs.  This pic pretty much tells it all!  A Service Dog’s job is to focus on completing tasks for its owner or handler.  Your behavior should not interfere with this focus.  The handler is trying to complete his/her own activity.

Do not interact with the dog in any way.  Examples of poor etiquette that should not happen when one sees a service animal are:

  • Talking, whistling, cooing, or barking at the animal
  • Petting or asking to pet
  • Praising the pet when it completes its task
  • Tapping your leg or clapping your hands
  • Allowing your children to approach
  • Speaking to the handler such as
  • “What is wrong with you?”
  • “What a good dog you have!”
  •  “What happened?”
  • “What is his name?”
  • “I have a friend that fosters service dogs”
  • “I know you are not supposed to pet, but I just can’t resist!”
  • Asking for a demonstration

Please be aware of your actions and the effects these actions may have on others.  The best way to help the handler and the service animal is to respect their space and right to privacy.