BOARDING KENNEL CLOSING.
We will be shutting down our business on September 16th 2016. Thank you all for the many wonderful years that we had getting to know our clients and their pets.
Boarding and Dog Training for People Who Go that Extra Mile for their Pets
Our mission is to provide a low stress environment for all our guests and peace of mind for their owners while they are away. Northern Pet Care is a family run business with more then 35 years experience. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality pet care.
16 Years’ Boarding Experience for Dogs, Cats & Other Pets
Northern Pet Care has been a home away from home for many pets for the last sixteen years. Our kennel is located near Fairbanks and North Pole on Chena Hot Springs Road. Our quiet country setting is 30 minutes from downtown Fairbanks.
Our kennel facility has plenty of room both indoors and out, for dogs to play and run no matter what the weather is like. We also have a two acre fenced training area. The cattery is separate from the dog kennel area. Cats get their own spacious multi-level condos in our main office area behind the reception desk.
Besides boarding cats and dogs, we have cared for ferrets, chinchillas, hedgehogs, rabbits, snakes, geckos, fish, parrots and parakeets. You supply the cage and food, we take care of the rest.
30+ Years’ Hunting, Tracking & Other Dog Training Experience
Bob Sjordal has been training dogs since he was 9 years old and training professionally for over 35 years. He has trained dogs for obedience, hunting (retrievers, pointers, setters, hounds), tracking and protection, herding, sled dogs and helper dogs.
Bob worked for veterinarians growing up and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology. He managed a research kennel for the Veterinary Institute in Oslo, Norway, with over 350 dogs in his care. He has competed successfully in Obedience, Field Trials and Hunt Tests. He is dedicated to improving his techniques, helping customers solve behavior issues, and constantly improving the facility for your pet’s safety and comfort.