Sturgeon County Kennels is a family owned & operated boarding kennel & premium pet supply shop located 15 minutes north of CFB Edmonton. We feature large custom kennels with indoor/outdoor runs, heated floors, and 5 social areas for playtime.

Our front room includes a premium pet supply store with a variety of food, treats, pet gear, and other supplies. Check out our online catalog for what’s new, sign up for the brand loyalty programs, and earn Paw Points as you purchase your everyday pet essentials.

Must provide a valid CFOne card for discount.

10%

Off boarding fees.

5%

Off in-store purchases.

We also offer discounts on long term stays!

1 Dog

$700

Per month

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1 Dog

$650

Per month (two or more)

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2 Dogs

$1125

Per month

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2 Dogs

$1000

Per month (two or more)

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AFFA Member

About AFFA

DAY CARE/KENNEL/DOG WALKER

  • You and your staff have completed the half day Why Force Free seminar with the AFFA
  • All staff are instructed on and expected to adhere to the use of force free handling with dogs
  • Redirection and positive attention are always applied first. Spray bottles, loud sounds (cans of pennies, air horns), and forceful techniques are only used in the case of immediate danger.
  • You do not sell or recommend aversive devices such as: air correctors; vibration, prong, or shock collars; shock mats; or any devices which emit citronella, ultrasonic or high pitched sounds, or shock to deter behaviours.
  • You and your staff do not recommend aversive or dominance based approaches to training, including: yelling, pushing, scruffing, flooding, yanking, or anything that causes the dog to learn by being uncomfortable.

RETAIL

  • You and your staff have a good understanding of how dogs learn (science based)
  • Management staff have completed the half day Why Force Free seminar with the AFFA
  • You do not sell or recommend aversive devices such as: air correctors; vibration, prong, or shock collars; shock mats; or any devices which emit citronella, ultrasonic or high pitched sounds, or shock to deter behaviours.
  • You and your staff do not recommend aversive or dominance based approaches to training or trainers, behaviour specialists, boarders, or groomers who use these methods to your clients
  • Devices such as head halters, harnesses, muzzles, and martingales are sold with instructions for proper fitting so as to create a positive relationship with the equipment