“Our mission at Arie’s Dogland is to provide a modern, premier facility for our clients’ dogs’ training, socialization, nutrition, and grooming; promoting reward-based, effective dog training, safe, fun stimulating play group, and low-stress, professional grooming. We wish to offer dog-lovers peace of mind with all aspects of their dog or puppy’s well-being at Arie’s Dogland, aiming to be "the place that every dog dreams of.”
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We are happy to announce that Dogland was voted the "Best Dog Training" for the 4th straight year according to all of our amazing clients and Albuquerque Journal Readers' Choice!
Also voted "Best Doggie Daycare" our very1st year of being open!!
Why you should choose us...
Arie's Dogland as it is today began as a dream over fifteen years ago. Over those years, experience, tons of information, research, and lots of team work from many, many people accumulated to form the business that it is now. It went through many different styles, ideas, and names. We knew that with our many years of experience in the dog industries (training, boarding, grooming, daycare, etc.), we felt we could do things better (and safer) than any other facility in town. We have planned our entire facility specifically to be able to run our business very well and very efficiently, including everything from a custom-built grooming room to highly-researched flooring - a type of recycled rubber that gives the dogs traction and lets us maintain a clean floor surface. We are very grateful for all of the expertise and help (in so many ways) we have received over the years to help make this dream come true.
Did you recently get a puppy?!?!
"The primary and most important time for puppy socialization is the first three months of life...
For this reason, the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior believes that it should be the standard of care for puppies to receive such socialization before they are fully vaccinated... While puppies' immune systems are still developing during these early months... appropriate care makes the risk of infection relatively small compared to the chance of death (likely from euthanasia) from a behavior problem." - The American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior