When it comes to finding a Fido-approved pet groomer and boarder, Dog Gone Crazy: A Canine & Feline Funhouse! is the place to go in Medina County. As the name suggests, Dog Gone Crazy offers a fun and worry-free experience for you and your pets, removing the stress from an ordeal that may typically cause distress. Whether you need to board your pet for a week while you take a much-needed vacation or get your cat groomed, Dog Gone Crazy’s trained staff specializes in treating your fur baby as if it were their own, making them feel comfortable and loved. 

Their services include dog and cat boarding, grooming, daycare and even special needs pet support.

When it comes to boarding, Dog Gone Crazy provides top-notch amenities, including both indoor and outdoor play areas, air-conditioned overnight areas, cozy kennels for small breeds and large kennels for multi-pet households. 

Their ample array of grooming services include doggy wash, doggy detailing, doggy 9-1-1, new pup package, worry-free coat, nail clipping or filing, dematting, deshedding, pearly whites and, last but not least, their ultimate pampering package that includes doggy detailing, a warm oil treatment for the skin and coat, nail filing, nail polish and pearly white brushing. Each grooming experience also comes with your choice of scent and bows for your pet’s ears or a bandana for their neck. 

For a complete description of all services, visit DogGoneCrazyKennels.com or call 330.273.1777. Dog Gone Crazy is open daily from 10 a.m.–6 p.m. at 4070 Foskett Road, Medina. 

How to Prepare Your Pet for Boarding

+ Make sure your fur baby is vaccinated! Dogs must have the following shots: distemper, rabies, leptospirosis, canine influenza and bordetella. Cats must be vaccinated for rabies and FVRCP.

+ Pack any medications your pet will need during their stay.

+ Don’t forget their favorite toy!

How to Prepare Your Pet for Grooming

+ Make sure your fur baby is vaccinated! Dogs must have the following shots: distemper, rabies, leptospirosis, canine influenza and bordetella. Cats must be vaccinated for rabies and FVRCP.

+ Make the trip a fun one! Bring your pet’s favorite treat and reward them when you walk in the door. 

+ Get your pet used to the experience by brushing them, cleaning their ears, brushing their teeth and touching their paws. That way they won’t be as anxious when the groomer handles them.