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Soares Farm Kennels - 9 Reviews - 1 Soares Farm Rd, South Easton, MA - Pet Boarding & Grooming Reviews - Phone (508) 238-9888

Soares Farm Kennels

1 Soares Farm Rd
South Easton, MA 02375
(508) 238-9888
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My wife and I decided to get a new member to the family. The new member ended up being members because the wife loved both of them. Two puggles and I can't say anything but good...


Bought my wonderful puggle from Kurt on around the end of September 2011. I was told he was 12 weeks old, and I didn't mind getting a puppy that was a little older than the 8 wee...

Great to work with, kurt is awesome and the dogs are perfect 12/27/2015

My wife and I decided to get a new member to the family. The new member ended up being members because the wife loved both of them. Two puggles and I can't say anything but good things. Kurt was great to talk to and work with. He is a very nice family guy like everyone else. I had my first vet appointment 4 days after I picked them up and they are as healthy as can be. He gave me some food they were eating to mix with my food so it is a easy transition. Soares farm and Kurt, great people, great farm, well cared for and easy to work with. When and if the time comes in the future or a friend asks me I will be referring! more

Bulldog Puppies 1/8/2014

My husband and I and our buddy Suse (boxer) had just recently lost our buddy Jake (boxer) of 8.5 years, totally unexpected. We were heart broken. So we grieved and then started a search for a new buddy. After a long and arduous search we came across Soares Farm Kennel on the Breeders Club website. We decided we wanted the last puppy he had from a litter of English Bulldogs. So Suse and I started out from Leeds Maine at 2:30 PM on a very cold day to get supplies, car harness, collar, chew toys, etc... picked my husband up at work at 4:30 and headed for a 3 hour trip to South Easton, MA. We were anxious to say the least. We had read reviews, some good, some bad. When we arrived we called Kurt and he came out to meet us. Very nice home and very nice person. He lives at end of road with a very large plot of land. There is a very long dirt drive way to kennels that is all gated off and locked. The kennel was a well built building like a home with windows etc... I stayed in the car with Suse while he took my husband in to get the puppy. When they returned with the healthiest little fat bulldog I was relieved. Kurt gave us the rest of the bag of puppy food to help with the transition to the food we feed Suse who has major allergies. He also told us about some holistic medicine that helps with the antibodies that Suse is missing and probably the reason for allergies. He had been through all the shots and such which did not work and Kurt said he tries to do the holistic approach. A man after our own hearts for we are very "Organic" folks. On the ride home Craig proceeded to tell me how clean the kennels were and not smelly and nice and heated and very well maintained. It has not been 24 hours but so far this little guy did the 3.5 hr ride home and slept through the night and is very well adjusted. Not timid or any separation anxiety. So I believe the dogs are very well cared for. Lets face it breeding is no different then farming or raising of any animal, there are good farms and there are badly cared for ones. more

These are great people to do business with! We LOVE our dog. 6/25/2012

This is the only place I will get a puppy, going forward. Real people, honest and great to do business with. My daughter (7th grade) wished they had a son she could marry when she grew up so she could live and work on the farm - we didn't want to leave. We chose a golden doodle, mother and father on-site, and couldn't be happier with this dog. Great disposition and no trouble health wise. Kurt was a pleasure to deal with at each interaction. The earlier poster may have been expecting a commercial puppy/pet store when she embarked on her trip to Easton. This is a farm that offers you the opportunity to see the puppies interacting with their mother, climbing on each other and at times, sleeping in their community food dish (so cute). When choosing a puppy (if a rescue isn't suitable), I find this setting enjoyable compared to rows of cages in a smelly pet store. Great quality puppies - give them a call. more
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