About Us

Wanderlust Canine Services

Mission Statement

Wanderlust Canine Services is a structured daycare with an emphasis on teaching dogs how to communicate and interact appropriately with each other.

Facility

Wanderlust Canine Services is located in Rutland, Vermont. Inside an 8,500 sq foot building they have 3 separate play areas. Outside they have an 3,000 sq foot fenced potty area. Every dog has its own separate kennel and water bowl for in between group sessions. They use dog specific cleaners to sanitize the facility daily.

Wanderlust Canine Services
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Dogs grouped by size

We have 3 different playgroups separated by size, age and temperament. Large dogs consists of dogs over 35 lbs. Small dogs consist of dogs under 35 lbs. Puppies consist of dogs under the age of 6 months and under 40 lbs. We take into account for the transitional sizes and ages, where the individual will be happiest.

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Separate kennels

During times of rest each dog has it’s own kennel with a fresh bowl of water. We have the kennels in the play areas so they can have access to their water or a break if needed without having to leave the group.

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CPR

All employees are certified in dog First Aid and CPR. We are confident in our abilities to handle injuries or emergency situations until you can either pick your dog up or we get them to a vet for you.

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Facility

At Wanderlust Canine Services, we strive to have a safe clean environment for our earth and your pets. We use dog specific cleaners at proper dilution to ensure sanitation along with safe air quality for us and your dogs.

Staff

Wanderlust Canine Services team members are all continuing education and evolving to find effective and safer techniques for dog training and daycare settings. They are all pet CPR and First Aid certified.

Erynn Connors - Owner

Erynn Connors

Owner

Erynn is a Vermont native that brings over 12 years of animal care experience to the area.  She started Wanderlust Canine Services in 2014 out of her home, there she serviced the Rutland area with boarding, daycare and training. In search of her own Wanderlust and direction of what she wanted out of her business she spent time in Utah working at a larger scale facility. This experience gave her the knowledge to move forward and reopen Wanderlust as a structured daycare.