When I brought my pooch home in the fall of 2004, I knew that being single and raising a Vizsla would be a tremendous task. Working for The Man in Round Rock, I needed a place that allowed flexibility, had reasonable rates, and ultimately had an owner that cared for my 4-legged daughter like I do. Rain, my ADHD Vizsla, has gone to Leslie's since she was spayed in her 1st year. Daycare allows Rain to be a dog, socializing with many breeds. Vizslas, a very high energy breed, are known to be jumpers. My Rain enjoys spending time between all the pens, jumping over fences and saying hello to her furry friends. I get updates from the staff on the funny events that occur such as her catching the live chicken, chasing squirrels, play habits, taking the cordless phone from the back pocket of one of the staff, and other great stories. When I travel and board her there, Rain always comes home exhausted from playing so hard and having so much fun. There has been a few isolated incidences when she comes home with a little cut on her nose or bitten ear over the past 4 years, but that could happen anytime you have dogs interacting and doing "the dominance dance". On cold days, Rain grunts and doesn't want to get up when she knows she'll be spending the day in the back yard. All I have to do is mention, "doggie daycare" and she bolts out of her bed, slides down the hall bouncing into the walls (as she skids toward the door on the tile), then jumps 7 feet straight up at the door eager to go to daycare. Truly, if you are not taking your dog to Leslie's, your pup's missing out; missing out on the king of the hill obstacle, the covered pens, the toys, the friends of all sizes and breeds, and even the spa treatment if you need nail's dremelled or a shampoo/cut/blow dry. So if you see this adorable Vizsla bouncing in the yard, jumping from one pen to the next with a grin on her face, tail wagging without a care in the world, say hello to my daughter enjoying her 2nd home.