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CARO Rally Trial – May 9, 2015

Leaps N Bounds (Canadian Association of Rally Obedience) Date: Saturday,May 9th , 2015 Location:  TNT Kennels & Training | 27624 Watson Rd, Abbotsford, BC, V4X 1P4 With our distinguished judges: Anthea Young Miller & Lâle Aksu Download Premium List: CARO-Rally Premium List Rou

CARO Rally Trial Dec. 6, 2014

This is a titling event under CARO rules and regulations. CARO is open to all dogs being at least six (6) months of age, including purebred and mixed breeds, except bitches in season or dogs with injuries or illnesses which may cause the dog pain or great discomfort, or dogs exhibitin

CARO Rally Trial – June 29, 2014

The TNT Training Centre will be hosting a CARO Rally Trail put on by Leaps N Bounds Date: June 29, 2014 Judges: Lale Aksu & Alycia Rogal Download:  Rally Trial Flyer and Entry Form Rounds Offered: 3 Novice A/B 2 Novice Team 3 Advanced A/B 2 Excellent 2 Versatility C stream is bein
CARO Rally Trial

CARO Rally Trial – Apr. 12, 2014

CARO Rally ( Canadian Association of Rally Obedience) is a fun competition sport that focuses on the relationship between dog and handler. CARO rally is open to both purebreds and mixed breeds. As many of you know our own Lâle of Time 4 Dogs boarding has been active in CARO Rally for
Pet Lovers Fair

Come see us at the Pet Fair

Join us at the Pet Lover’s show held 15 & 16, 2014 at the Tradex Building, Abbotsford. There will be all sorts of events and demonstrations (Lâle will be demonstrating Nose Work).  Be sure to stop by our booth we have some cool give-aways! For more information on what will b
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Our New Website is Live

We are excited that our new website is live. Our clients can now again book online reservations for convenience. And new with this site – it is designed to work also with tablets and mobile phones so our clients can get the information they need or book a stay for their pet no m

Snow Day for Dogs

First Snow of Winter and our guests got to come out and play.  The snow seemed to bring out the extra energy in the dogs. Many of the smaller dogs showed their terrier ancestry by putting thier heads under the snow to look for mice.