Pet Resort in High Point NC

Your dog’s safety, well-being, and happiness are our top priorities. We spare no expense to ensure our facility, procedures and staff exceed industry standards by providing the best experience for you and your dog.

Dog Daycare

Dogs often become bored, anxious, and even destructive when left unsupervised for so long. If you want a way to deter unwanted behaviors while you’re away, it may be time to consider doggy daycare. Your pets will be surrounded not only by their best canine companions but also by trained professionals who ensure their safety and well-being. Throughout the day, your dogs will have plenty of mental and physical stimulation, plenty of water and food, and of course, plenty of love! Doggy daycare in High Point NC creates the perfect balance of action and relaxation for your best friends.

Dog Grooming

For the best dog grooming in High Point NC choose Ruff  Housing. We offer professional dog grooming services designed to leave your pup refreshed and happy! You want your pet to look their best, so treat them to a pampering session at our spa! We only use high quality, natural products. We place an emphasis on comfort and safety, and we work hard to ensure all spa guests are comfortable and relaxed during the grooming process. 

Dog Boarding

Our dog boarding services are different than a traditional kennel. We will treat your dog like family in our fully ventilated bedrooms so that they’re comfortable and safe. We offer 24 hour supervision, so your dog will never be left alone.

Know What to Expect

It’s a bit overwhelming to leave your furry friend with strangers. Luckily, you’ll be better prepared and feel better about leaving your dog in a kennel’s care if you check these things off your list!

  • Don’t bring your dog’s personal toys. Doing so runs the risk of making your dog act more territorial and aggressive around other dogs.
  • Make sure you know what vaccines the kennel requires of your dog and get that done beforehand.
  • Bring your dog’s food and medications with specific instructions for the caretakers.
  • Make sure your dog can handle the environment before you drop them off.