Discover Our Kennel
and Family-Style Doggie Daycare
Hi, my name is Justine Leblanc, owner of Le Dog Club. As a dog trainer and long-time dog lover, it was always my dream to work with animals. So I took courses, got as much experience as I could and turned my passion into a career.
In November of 2014, I took the first step towards building a very unique kennel and purchased the Country Meadows boarding centre (which had been around for more than 40 years). Two years later, renovations began. Today, with the help of a team of professionals, Le Dog Club has come to life.
On behalf of my partner Alexandre and myself, I’m happy to introduce you to our comfortable and cozy boarding centre where every guest is a member of our family.
Every one of our guests can enjoy a secure, incredibly clean and comfortable building where the priority is always on safety!
- Surveillance cameras (inside and out)
- Fire alarm and security system
- Air purification system
- Heated floors
- Daily disinfection
- High-end, custom-made enclosures
Plenty Of Space To Play
- 30,000 square foot grassy enclosure for big dogs
- 8,000 square foot grassy enclosure for small dogs with shelter from the sun and rain
- One smaller park for individual needs and outings
To make sure playtime is fun time, we go out of our way to ensure every dog is in the group that’s right for them. That means every guest gets evaluated upon arrival and placed in a group according to their age, size, energy level, temperament, and the way they play. What’s more, playtimes are ALWAYS supervised.
A PLACE FOR EACH AND EVERY GUEST
We have enclosed areas of all sizes to welcome large and small dogs.
Since they are more susceptible to cold temperatures and rain, etc, smaller dogs have their very own private room and indoor play yard. When the weather is nice, they’ll enjoy our large outdoor play area that’s made just for them! For the safety of all, small and large dogs are always separated.
If your dog doesn’t like the company of other dogs, then we have a special section where they can enjoy a calmer environment and individual outings outside.
WHAT DO I BRING TO THE DOG CLUB?
- Food, because changing their diet is never a good idea. We are even equipped for raw food.
- Bed, blankets
- Treats, toys
- Proof of vaccination (base, rabies, Bordetella [kennel cough])