Rachel Thornton is a loving Mother who has a daughter that was diagnosed with type one diabetes about 7 years ago. Friends, family, and community raised the large amount of money necessary for a diabetic alert dog for her daughter, but, regretfully, all was lost, due to an unscrupulous company that sells dogs that could not be trained for service. Consequently, she and her daughter began teaching themselves - through intense research and through the valuable assistance of many others - to train a diabetic alert dog themselves. The success of that dog led them to share information and help others via their website http://www.diabeticalertdog.com.
Storm and King! My wife and I rescued Storm and King on November 12th, 2012. They're 4.5 year old sibling Great Danes who absolutely love their Kuranda beds! In this case they both decided it was time for a little brother/sister grooming!
Lisa McDonald, owner of Leader of the Pack Canine Institute, started her third year in business this January and says she will never go back to corporate America. Lisa spent twenty years as an assistant comptroller for a local business, but decided one day that pets were her passion, so she ventured off to become a very successful entrepreneur. Lisa started off by training under a local dog trainer, and then got her national certification for dog training. It started with just training, then quickly expanded to a kennel, day care, then grooming. Now she offers an all-in-one K9 facility, which is what she explains as part of the reason she has been so successful. An all-in-one K9 facility is just what her customers want, as they can bring their dog(s) to Leader of the Pack Canine Institute for a day, or overnight and get everything they want all in one place. Another large factor in her success has a lot to do with her staff; Lisa is proud of her staff and says that they make the business with their customer service. Lisa says that 75% of her business comes from word of mouth and referrals, due to her staff’s loyalty and devotion to dogs.
Emma Hanging in comfort Fifteen month old greyhound hanging out on the porch in style.
Jeff Campbell, of Campbell Boarding Kennels, is a small kennel owner with just nine runs who clearly cares about his customers, both the people and their dogs. His devotion to his kennel and dogs, keeping them clean well exercised and healthy, goes a very long way. Each of his runs has a Kuranda bed in it. “Before I had Kuranda beds in the runs, I would go check up on them and they would hear me and get up to greet me, but not anymore," Jeff says "The dogs are sound asleep on the beds and love them.”
Best Friends By Terri Felske. Drew and Emerson love each other and love their kuranda beds.
SDP Dogs By Mark Amirault. "4 future Service Dogs from SDP (Service Dog Project) “We love our kuranda bed! We fit now, but we’re still puppies!!”
WCC Service Puppies by: Jessica Hoffman. Holly's Half Dozen - Warrior Canine Connection program puppies are raised with a very specific purpose: to help heal our veterans. This many puppies put Kuranda beds to the test, and pass with flying colors!
Butterbean and Bazinga Around here, you never know who might be sharing the Kuranda! Here, Bazinga, a mini horse colt and his bff, Butterbean, relaxing on the Kuranda bed one evening. They are the only bed that can handle the heavy use by the dogs and, uh, horses!
Lucy loving her Kuranda By Lisa Hayes. 7 Year old female Irish Wolfhound escaping the Florida heat in her almost as old Kuranda bed.