Rest assured that your Dog will be in the Cleanest, Safest & MOST Loving Environment possible. 7,500 SF of Indoor Play, Boarding, Training, Grooming & MUCH MUCH MORE. Your Dog also gets to enjoy an additional 1,600 SF of our Outdoor Covered Potty Pavilion on Astro TURF....so your Pet's Paws stay CLEAN & DRY on rainy days...!
Our Facility is 98% Fire Retardant. Our Air is Filtered through a UV Filtration System which kills 99% of Airborne Bacteria. Our Facility is cleaned daily with an EPA Registered Wyshy-Washy Sanitization Systems, hence lessening the cleaned daily with an EPA Registered Wyshy-Washy Sanitization Systems, hence lessening the spread of transferable Pathogens and Bacteria. State-Of-The-Art Security, State-Of-The-Art Staff.....! Why Board anywhere ELSE?
We 4 Separate Partitioned Areas of 50,000 SF of Outdoor Fenced Area for your PUP to Run & Romp . . . including a Gated In-Ground Swimming's POOL, AKC & UKC Sanctioned Agility Course for your PUPS to have a BLAST. . . !
(Bordetella MUST be administered within the Past 6 Months)
In the Fall of 2023, Renee's youngest son, Chandler will begin his 3rd Year at K-State Universities College of Veterinarian Medicine. We as a Taj MaDog Family are very excited to incorporate a Veterinarian Clinic at the NW Corner of 61st & Wanamaker Road sometime in the future. Chandler received his Bachelors Degree in Biochemistry from Baker University - Baldwin, KS in 2021. After graduating from K-State, he plans to serve 4 years in a rural community practicing Small & Large Animal Veterinarian Medicine. After that, he is looking forward to returning to his hometown to serve our communities veterinarian needs.
K-State NEWS - Four Kansas State University Veterinary Students are recipients of the Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas scholarship.
Four new students in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University have been chosen for the largest veterinary scholarship program offered by the state of Kansas: the Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas. This year's recipients are first-year veterinary students include Chandler Rogers, Topeka. "The Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas fulfills an important educational and service mission for the state of Kansas," said Bonnie Rush, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine. "These students completed a rigorous selection process. They will complete additional training beyond the curricular requirements of the professional degree program to prepare them for success in rural practice." The Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas was passed by the state Legislature in 2006 to provide a financial incentive to provide rural areas in Kansas with committed veterinarians. "The program helps retain some of the brightest and best veterinary students in Kansas," Rush said. "The scholarship recipients — past, present and future — create a unique community of supportive colleagues and represent the future of rural veterinary practice in Kansas." The student scholars spend time during the summer and breaks in the academic year learning about foreign-animal disease preparedness, natural disaster response, rural sociology, small business management and public health. They also will spend three weeks in a rural veterinary practice during their senior year, applying the principles of small business management to rural veterinary practice.