The Best of Both Worlds For Dogs!
Welcome to Happy Home K9, the friendly and fun place for your best friend to come play and stay.
Let me tell you a little bit about my dogs, my business and myself.
My name is Rhonda and I have been working with dogs for 30 plus years.  I have been a dog obedience trainer; have shown dogs in the conformation ring, the obedience ring, and the agility ring; I am now retired from all three show rings.  In the past I have taught dog classes through Petco, and taught one-on-one private in-home lessons for owners and their dogs. Once in a while I still hold group classes in obedience.  I was the dog daycare manager at Frontier Veterinary Hospital in Hillsboro, until I went out on my own. 

I run my business from my home in Beaverton and have wonderful long-term clients that would be very happy to give you references if you request them, you can also read some client testimonials by clicking on the page to your left.  Besides doggie daycare and boarding, I have started making my own rope toys, which have been a big hit with dogs and humans alike.  I find they are stronger then a number of rope toys I buy in a pet store and I sell them for a cheaper price.  I will be posting pictures in the near future of some of my designs if you are interested in getting one for your best fur buddy. 

There is also a page titled "Odds & Ends".  This page is here for notices, dog related items, items that are for sale that do not belong with my rope toys, and other things that have to do with Happy Home K9.  Like closer, dog training classes, parties and well "Other odds & ends".  Check it often for updated news.

I am blessed at this time in my life with many fantastic "Fur" kids.  Griffin, (who's picture is at the top of the page), is my Wirehaired Pointing Griffon, out of the four dogs that share my life, Griffin has been with me the longest.  Second is my little Maltese named Happy.  I know strange name, but once you have met her you quickly learn that it fits.  Third, is another little Maltese that I adopted in Jan. of 2013, he was already 9 years old, but a cute little dickens with a big attitude, his name is Cloud. In 2014 I ended up adding a very sick Doberman named Honey Bear, she has turned into an awesome companion.  Then there is my cat, yep I said cat; his name is Mr. Bo Jangle, and he thinks he is a dog since he was raised around all the daycare and boarding dogs here.  He is a very strange cat, but we all love him.  Last but not least is my new rabbit "Q", I am working with her to become a therapy bunny to take to nursing homes.
My doggie daycare hours are from 7:00 am to 6:30 pm Tuesday through Friday

Dog boarding is 24/7 and is a no kennel situation.  Large and small dogs play together and are not separated in the house or the large backyard.  All dogs must pass an evaluation to be accepted in Happy Home K9, with owners filling out all paperwork and signing all forms, no exceptions. All dogs must be spayed or neutered, be up to date on all shots and have a flea treatment before entering my home.  I keep my daycare group on the small side so each and every dog gets one on one attention from me through out the day.  All boarding dogs experience a home like atmosphere and their sleeping quarters can be "customized" to suit your dog. (To the right is Rudy, a long time client and a great player of tag)

Cost for daycare is $22.00 a day, boarding is $35.00 per dog, $65.00 for two dogs, or $90.00 for 3 dogs, for every 24 hours, prorated after the first day.  Happy Home K9 is so popular; there are times that you may be placed on a waiting list to get into daycare. Boarding also fills up very fast since I only allow up to 3 dogs at night for their comfort and the comfort of my own furry family.         
If you have other questions and would like to get in touch with me to talk or set up an evaluation.  I can be reached by email at HappyHomeK9@gmail.com or 503-646-4048.  PLEASE no Soliciting!!!
Below are some of the happy and satisfied clients of Happy Home K9...


pictures above from left to right: "Best Friends, Boonie and Finnegan", "Bubba loves the jungle gym with the slides", "Cash takes a timeout with her chew ring", and "this is Lucy, the comic relief dog. This is what a hard day of play can do to wear a dog out. For Lucy this is a five minute break and if she plays dead, nobody will bother her".
Pictures below left to right:  Wilson is always ready for a game of fetch and will bring me a ball to get the game going.
Momo-chan has now passed away, but I will always keep her on my site because she was one of my favorites and I miss her.
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