Visits to the Ranch are by appointment only.
Monday through Saturday
8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Monday through Saturday
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Please call to schedule an appointment or for directions.
Canyon View Ranch for Dogs is located at:
*** We are closed to the public Sundays & Holidays ***
At Canyon View Ranch there are no other extra costs and EVERYTHING is included for one price (except grooming and transportation).
Boarding per night:
We provide grooming for dogs while staying with us so that all our guests return home clean and ready for some hugs from you.
Your dog must be wearing a flat nylon collar with a quick release buckle and nametag. No leather collars with belt type buckle or choke chains are allowed on dogs while boarding. If you do not have a nylon collar with quick release buckle, we have them available for purchase at $4.99 each.
Rabies Vaccination Certificate & biennial DA2PP Certificate required (or Titer proof from vet)
Bordatella (kennel cough) vaccination required within the past six months (please bring proof)
We are not responsible for personal items lost or drooled on.
Canyon View Ranch
|Boarding Contract||Training Agreement|
|Pet Profile||Liability Release Form|
Please fill out and return by email:
or fax: 310-455-3477
What do I need to bring?
Your dog's food, medications or supplements, vaccination records, filled-out paperwork (unless you've already provided it to us), a nylon or leather quick release collar with name tags. And, oh . . . don't forget your dog.
What shouldn't I bring for my dog?
No bedding, pig hooves, food dishes or toys.
My dog is on medications. Will you make sure he receives them everyday?
Absolutely. If your dog is currently taking any medications or supplements, we are happy to administer them free of charge.
Can I visit my dog while he's staying at Canyon View?
Of course. Just be sure to call first for an appointment.
Can my whole family be a part of the training lessons?
Yes, in fact we encourage it.
My dog has a very loving personality - will training break his spirit?
Absolutely not. Training simply brings out the best in your dog, and helps correct unwanted behavior. While maintaining all the qualities you loved about your dog in the first place.
Can you teach an old dog new tricks?
Yes. It's all about changing old habitsï¿½and creating new ones.
Will my dog remember me?
In a heartbeat! No matter how much fun your dog has at Canyon View, nothing can replace the sight of Mom & Dad.