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Meet the Pack

A brindle pitbull mix is popping up over the top of a white dog bone that has the business logo, Boo Boo's BoneYard, written

Sabrina
she/her

A brindle pitbull mix is popping up over the top of a white dog bone that has the business logo, Boo Boo's BoneYard, written

Kate
she/her

A brindle Pitbull and Kelpie mix dog

Brady (aka Boo Boo)

A tan and white Rat Terrier

Peanut

A black and white Rat Terrier

Ruby

A brindle pitbull mix is popping up over the top of a white dog bone that has the business logo, Boo Boo's BoneYard, written

Tommy

A black and white Rat Terrier mix dog

Twix

A black and tan Rottweiler and Boxer mix dog

Java

A black and white American Staffordshire Terrier dog

Pudge

Who is Boo Boo?

Brady's journey began in a foster home. He was in need of a loving presence in his life. He and Sabrina found each other in 2007. They have been together since. After rescuing Brady, Sabrina was inspired to start Boo Boo's BoneYard. She found herself working out of alignment with her core values as a manager at a corporatized daycare and boarding facility. Sabrina wanted more for Brady and for dogs in general. With a lack of smaller pet care service providers available out there of top quality that would be suitable for him, it seemed logical to open one of her own over 10 years ago. 

Although Brady is aging (he's 15), he remains the official "spokesdog" for the Boo Boo's BoneYard brand. He and Sabrina have been and will continue to be committed to the important responsibility of caring for your beloved pets in a fun, safe, clean, and healthy environment where dogs can be dogs and learn at the same time. 

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As a self-taught trainer, Sabrina has more than a decade of experience helping dog owners work through various behavioral issues with their dogs. Different dogs require different types of training. Sabrina is always learning more about the many different training techniques, methods, and tools available. She understands why and when they are used, and how to properly use them. With new information and studies constantly available, Sabrina's methods are evolving. She is comfortable customizing her training techniques to fit her client's and their dog's needs. 

 

When Sabrina has free time she works with local dog rescue organizations, like the Detroit Animal Welfare Group (DAWG) and Misfit Angels, to help train and rehabilitate shelter dogs to increase their chances of finding their forever homes. 

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