Welcome to Canine Country Club
Going out of town and can't take your dog with you? Canine Country Club of Arkansas offers an all-inclusive boarding program, allowing your dog to play and socialize during the day while resting comfortably at night.
Canine Country Club provides a safe environment for dogs to play and interact throughout the day. Give your dog the stimulation and exercise they need by bringing them to Doggie Daycare at CCC.
If your dog likes playing in the water they will love our in-ground saltwater pool! Swimming services are available for dogs boarding or attending daycare, and we also offer private supervised swims for medical purposes.
Can't make the trip out to us? Send your pup to Canine Country Club on the Bark Bus! It picks up in the Heights and Pleasant Ridge Shopping Center each weekday morning and drops off in the same areas each evening.
Happy New Year from the Canine Country Club! As we usher in a new year, we’re all presented with a great opportunity to be better pet parents. As you set goals and resolutions for the new year, there are two big buzzwords flying around the dog world that you should be aware of: canine enrichment.
Don’t know what canine enrichment is? Don’t worry! Whether you’ve heard of it or not, we want to help you understand the phrase and why it’s so important in the dog community right now. At the Canine Country Club of Arkansas in Little Rock, we’re devoted to keeping our dog parents informed and involved so you can make the best possible decisions about your dogs. Keep reading to learn about canine enrichment and why it’s important!
If you’re like most pet parents these days, you’re obsessed with your dog. In fact, 44% of millennials see their pets as “starter children.” More and more pet owners are referring to themselves as “Dog Moms” or “Dog Dads.” Just take a look at the selection of clothing at We Rate Dogs for evidence of this trend.
If you fall into this obsessed-pup-parent category, that’s okay! At the Canine Country Club of Arkansas in Little Rock, we’re right there with you. If you’re a loving dog mom or dog dad, you may worry that your dog is bored or lonely at home during the day while you’re at work. If so, consider sending your dog to doggie daycare.
We've all been there: you and your family make last minute plans to go out of town and you can't find anyone to watch your dogs. These aren't just any dogs. They're your dogs and they’re like children to you.
When you’re going out of town, a boarding facility can provide quality pet care, however, not all boarding facilities are created equal. Do you know how to tell if a dog boarding facility is a high-quality and trustworthy facility? Here at the Canine Country Club of Arkansas in Roland near Little Rock, we know how important your dogs are to you and we do everything we can to ensure they enjoy their time with us. Here are a few tips on what you should be looking for in a dog boarding facility.