No Barks About It

No Barks About It – Now Open at Our New Location

Posted by  //  November 7, 2017  //  Local Business

There is a special place out there for you to take your dogs and cats for the attention they deserve.  No Barks About It has moved to 3114 North Triphammer Road in Lansing. Our new and improved facility allows us to offer outdoor supervised play yards and acceptance of any size dog every day in separate play groups as part of our doggy daycare program, dog and cat grooming by appointment in a focused stress-free environment, a DIY self-washing station, and small group obedience training classes with Dog Owner Coach Margie Hillenbrand. We can also now offer ample parking for all of our guests and dedicated potty area for your furry friends.

Our doggy daycare program is now more than just off-leash play! With the new Dayschool Program, enriching and engaging activities are incorporated as part of your pup’s daycare day. We also offer add-on programs such as individually tailored activities, private supervised yard access, and obedience training exercises. All program information can be found on our website at  We are currently accepting new daycare applications and look forward to being able to bring your pup a more rewarding daycare experience.

Don’t forget your furry family while you plan ahead for the holidays – grooming appointments book up fast as we approach the holiday season, so you will want to call us soon to schedule your holiday grooming appointment to make sure they are fresh and fluffy for all your festivities! Please contact us at (607) 533-0048 or visit where you can apply for the Dayschool Program, enroll in upcoming training classes, and check out every other pawsome service we have to offer!

Photos: Some of our big and little daycare dogs. We celebrated 6 years of business in October along with our grand re-opening at our new location. Melissa, No Barks About It owner, with her dog Rumor. Melissa is an active member of the Ithaca community and Grooming Director. She is also part of the Distinguished Doberman Rescue group (where she adopted Rumor) and is committed to providing a safe and rewarding experience for every pet left in our care.

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