We are located at 1550 Kellogg St, Newcastle, CA 95658
Camp Lisa Features:
Cage Free Dog Boarding:
- Large 10'x10' indoor rooms
- Indoor play area, multiple Outdoor play areas
- Spacious 10' surround patio with a 10' overhang
- Multiple protected and covered Outdoor play areas for small dogs
- Over 12,000 square feet of securely fenced and manicured lawn
- Conveniently located in Newcastle, CA just off Interstate 80 on the way to Tahoe
Management and Dogs In Training Programs:
A portion of our facility will be designated to dogs in training and our Management programs. This will be for the dogs who cannot handle dog socialization pressures and is separate from our Cage Free Program. This program also includes puppies too young to be in with older dogs, intact male dogs, and specialized dogs; such as trained scent dogs, search and rescue dogs, show dogs, agility dogs and more. We will have a limited number of private indoor/outdoor runs and we will have crates to house dogs that will have scheduled playtimes during the day. We will also have a designated play yard specifically for these dogs. Long term boarding is available. All owners will bring their own food. We have a service room with a refrigerator and microwave so dogs with special diets will be accommodated.
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Camp Lisa was one of the first to introduce cage-less dog boarding.
When we started Camp Lisa, at the top of our list was creating a stress-free environment where dogs could feel right at home. We wanted to cater to the dog’s social nature and desire to be part of the pack while providing them with a safe, supervised environment so we created our award-winning cage free pet boarding facility.
Dogs benefit from their stay at Camp Lisa in ways that may not be initially obvious. As this is a cage-free environment with no separation of the dogs, all of them have to learn to be social, patient, and respectful of the other guests. This environment allows some dogs to greatly improve their communication skills with other dogs, and promotes a dog pack culture.
Dogs are social animals that like to co-exist with other dogs in most cases. They enjoy the interaction in an instinctive way. What is necessary in this environment is a pack leader for them all to follow. We humans at Camp Lisa are strong pack leaders who provide rules, limitations and direction for all our guests. This environment is very beneficial to our guests as there is no uncertainty about their position in the pack, allowing them to become better members of the pack, balanced and happy.
Our mission is to provide a safe, fun, and happy place for your dog to stay time and time again.