Kylie's K9 Country Retreat
Boarding, Daycare, Grooming, Training
The Ultimate Farm Stay
Kylie’s K9 Country Retreat is a boutique kennel located at Wilton, the northern tip of the Southern Highlands. At just over an hour south of the CBD and 7km off the Hume Hwy it is convenient yet retains its country charm.
Kylie’s is the ultimate farm stay for your four legged family member. Offering peace of mind so you can enjoy your time away knowing your dog is also having the best time relaxing in open space and fresh air.
As breeders of award winning Samoyeds we offer personal service of the highest degree.
Inspections always welcome.
For our rates and Terms and Conditions, refer to our Pricing and Boarding Agreement.
Breeders of Champions
At Anaky, our aim is to breed happy, healthy, beautiful Samoyeds not only to excel in the show ring but also to become an integral part of your family.
Our program includes raising our babies inside and we pride ourselves on the work we do with them prior to them leaving our safe haven. Training includes desensitisation to noise, walking on the lead, sitting and an introduction to the crate. Unrestricted access to grass combined with the crate aides toilet training. In preparation for their new adventure when the time is right, we gently separate them from their siblings, which greatly reduces stress during the settling in period.
Puppies are vaccinated, wormed and microchipped. We provide a comprehensive booklet on care and training including health records of both the puppy and their parents.
Our puppies are a precious part of our family and we are meticulous about finding the right families for them.
We are available day or night for all of our puppy families.
Kylie's K9 Hydrotherapy
Hydrotherapy is a style of resistance training and rehabilitation using the therapeutic properties of water.
Here at Kylie’s K-9 Hydrotherapy, we use a specially designed treadmill encased in a glass chamber. Once your dog enters the chamber, the door is shut, and water fills the chamber to the level just above the dog’s legs. The water is at the optimum temperature of 28-30 degrees.
This process is a controlled method of exercise which can relieve pain and promote well-being. It also stimulates blood flow and relaxes and eases tight muscles, pain and inflammation.
As part of a rehabilitation plan, hydrotherapy can be used for many reasons. It is useful pre and post-surgery, to manage weight and increase fitness, conditioning, and confidence in the water.
We also welcome clients that are interested in using hydrotherapy for fun and general fitness of their canine companion.
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