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At Boo Boo's BoneYard we encourage your dog(s) to have fun playing with their furry friends with minimal stress and appropriate behavior in a highly social environment. We closely monitor play groups and do our best to make sure your dogs mind their manners while getting lots of exercise, mental stimulation, and exposure to other dogs and on occasion, other people.​

We do not shy away from working with dogs who have behavioral issues. We have plenty of experience helping dogs overcome anxiety, fear, possessive or territorial behaviors, excitability, compulsive behaviors, and insecurity. But we will not permit dogs to visit with us if their owner is not also committed to helping their dog overcome their issues.

Sabrina Terenzi and Brady (aka Boo Boo)

It's important to understand that dog daycare is not a good fit for every canine, which is why an evaluation is required for both daycare and boarding. Owner and operator Sabrina Terenzi will get to know your dog(s) and determine whether or not they will be comfortable and fit in here. Sabrina cares for the dogs who visit like they're her own. She enjoys building relationships with her clients. Community is important to her as is really getting to know your dog(s) so she can provide great care for them based on their individual needs.

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 to help train and rehabilitate shelter dogs to increase their chances of finding their forever home. She also has a handful of her own dogs that help her ease newbies into the pack environment. 





Meet Brady (aka 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 kennel. She wanted more for Brady and for dogs in general. With no smaller kennels available out there of top quality that would be suitable for him it seemed logical to open one of her own. Brady is now the official "spokesdog" for the Boo Boo's BoneYard brand. He and Sabrina are committed to taking on the big responsibility of caring for your dog(s) in a safe, comfortable, fun, affordable, clean, and healthy environment where dogs can be dogs and learn at the same time.  

Requirements to visit Boo Boo's BoneYard: 

• Current rabies, distemper and Bordetella vaccinations.

* We understand that some medical conditions and a dog's age can affect an owner's choice to vaccinate or not vaccinate their dog(s). For those reasons, we will provide and require a signed vaccination wavier (with the exception of rabies, which is legally required every three years, unless appropriate documentation is provided by your vet). We do accept titer test results in lieu of some vaccinations. 

How does Boo Boo's BoneYard handle cases of kennel cough? 

If your pup contracts kennel cough, our policy is to wait at least one week from the time your dog starts treatment (if recommended by your vet) before returning to daycare or boarding, assuming they are on the expected course of recovery and are no longer exhibiting symptoms. We ask that you consult with your vet before returning as well. This is due to the contagious nature of the bacteria. 

The cleaners used here throughout the day, and after each play session, target and eliminate viruses and bacteria like kennel cough, Parvo, distemper, and canine influenza. 

If we observe coughing while your pup is in our care, we will isolate him or her until you are able to pick them up. You will be notified immediately. We appreciate your understanding that our policy is driven by the priority we place on the overall health and wellness of all the dogs in our care. 

Click here for more information about kennel cough. 

Click here for information about how to treat kennel cough naturally at home.  

• A negative fecal test result

• Spay/neuter over the age of 6-8 months

* We believe a dog's need to be properly socialized at an early age outweighs any potential health risks associated with having your dog(s) spayed/neutered at a time when some in the vet community say is "too early." Research shows there can be health risks associated with waiting longer to spay/neuter also. Current studies are conflicting and confusing for pet owners. More quality research is needed. In the meantime, we encourage you to do your best to educate yourself and make an informed decision based on your dog's needs and your lifestyle. 

• A successful evaluation

Please contact us at or text us at (586) 944-9230 to schedule an appointment.

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