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At Rescue Buddy Boarding & Beyond your dog will feel right at home while you are away. With 1/4 acre fenced yard to play in, your pup will have lots of fun. Overnight stay is $30 and daycare is $15. We also offer a free foster dog slot and reduced overnight rates to local rescues. We are committed to helping homeless dogs. While volunteering with Pet Haven we have fostered 82 dogs and counting. We are changing the world one dog at a time. laura.leonard55@gmail.com

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Tribal Nations United

Tribal nations united. 

Ishka from Leech Lake 

One-eyed Jack from Red Lake

Tripod Abe from Pineridge

Monday, July 14, 2014

Black Dogs Rule

No black dog syndrome at Rescue Buddy Boarding! Seven dogs played together over the weekend. And five of them were black.

Monday, May 26, 2014

Happy Memorial Day!

Beautiful day to get the deck in order after the long winter. That is why the table is filled with cleaning stuff and tools. Mom is such a dog magnet. 

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Happy Easter from Rescue Buddy Boarding!

We have quite a group here to celebrate the season.

Our lovely Pet Haven foster dog Duchess is still looking for her forever home.

Curly,a 7 year old cocker mix, is the newest Pet Haven foster dog.  He just arrived yesterday from Red Lake Rosie's. Once he has been to the vet and the spa he will be ready for adoption.

Simon came all the way up from Rochester to spend Easter weekend with us.

Buddy rounds out the herd for today. He wants to know where the ham went.

Happy Easter to all!!

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Spring Has Sprung!!

Gone are the days of wearing boots inside because of Buddy's snowball feet.

Gone are the snow piles that were so fun for the dogs to play in.

Gone are our big heavy coats.

Here's to the days ahead of basking in the sun on the puppy porch! Ahhhhh

Sunday, March 2, 2014

The Addiction Called Pinterest

I know I am late to the Pinterest party but I am finally here full force. Surprisingly I am finding way too much inspiration. My head is spinning with creative ideas. Unfortunately it is quite the time suck. So now it is time for retraining myself to step away from the computer and start creating.  

I am an artist after all-or was in a former life-with skills already learned and supplies already at hand. Beadwork was my passion for over 12 years. However life is too short to spend one hour to create one inch of work. This piece, "Queen Mary Cometh" took over 9 months to complete. 

It is exciting to see what will spark the passion today. Look at these dogs made out of newspaper by Vivaterra. I always said I would be a paper maker in my next life. Why not now! It is never to late to start something new!


The plan is to use my dog training tricks to keep me working and off of the furniture. And off of the computer. By simply placing a laundry basket on my computer chair it will be more difficult to sit down and tune into the box. This makes me laugh because I bet it will be much harder to retrain this human than it was to train any of my past 60 foster dogs. Wish me luck!