Established in 2006, Tails a Wag Inn is a bed and breakfast (B&B) for dogs that provides dog boarding services that give a superior, intimate level of service to dogs.
Nora, the owner and founder of Tails a Wag Inn, has 14 years of animal advocacy with dog rescue and volunteer experience. With a master's degree and 20 years of experience in social work, Nora has witnessed first-hand the many positive benefits that animals have on people's mental health and she was an early proponent of animal-assisted therapy. Although she is not a certified trainer, she is very sensitive to the dogs’ needs and behaviors.
Whether staying for a day in our daycare program or for a month in long-term boarding, Tails a Wag Inn ensures both you and your dog are comfortable with the experience. Our services include daily walks, feeding, playtime, and ear and eye cleaning. To ensure the best experience for the pet and the owner, Tails a Wag Inn is happy to discuss any specific requests or requirements the owner may have for their dog.
To ensure that all dogs get along and have the opportunity to spend quality time with each other in this intimate environment, Nora sets up a meet and greet beforehand in order to get to know both you and your dog better. Tails a Wag Inn only accepts mature, trained, and obedient dogs that get along well with others.
Tails A Wag Inn is very attentive to not only the dog’s needs but to the needs of the owners as well. Owners receive frequent updates and photos throughout the dog’s stay, allowing them to see how their dogs are spending their time and enjoying their stay.
Tails a Wag Inn provides individualized treatment to each guest to cope with anxiousness and separation anxiety. This includes aspects such as no cages (unless upon request), attentive care, freedom to roam around the house and backyard, and other things to make them feel comfortable such as sleeping with an owner’s T-shirt.
Nora has always had a deep and abiding respect for and belief in the bond between humans and animals. Her professional and personal experiences have reinforced her conviction that dogs have an important, irreplaceable role in our society. They care for us and affect our lives in so many ways and they deserve to be treated like the little angels they are.