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5390 Irene Rd,

Belvidere, IL

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(815) 547-5778

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For three generations, the Meyer family has provided the ultimate in quality care, expert pampering and luxury lodging for much-loved pets. We have three locations, two – Tails Up Farm and Canine Colony – in Illinois, and one – Animal House – near Madison, WI. The first choice for thousands of discriminating pet owners, at Meyer’s we are committed to the continuous training and education of our staff and the improvement of our facilities. In addition, we offer training and seminars by leading professionals on everything from grooming, to obedience and agility, as well as outreach programs for children. We’re pleased to serve you and proud to provide tours.

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🚨Deal alert!🚨Right now when you spend $50 on a Meyer’s gift card you’ll receive a $10 gift card for free! These cards can be used on anything: dog treats, nail trims, a swim session...whatever you and your pack need! Stop by our shop and you can pay and pickup using our curbside service🐶🚘

Friday, March 27, 2020

Some of our Daycare “Big Guys.” We have quite the variety pack!

Friday, March 27, 2020

Spending more time at home with your pooch is great, but having them by your side at all times requesting pets or one more game of fetch can make it hard to get your work done. We have some brand new Jugheads in the shop that are perfect for pups with a one track mind! These tough toys can hold almost any treat, and make your dog really focus and work to get them out. Stop by the Farm for a curbside pickup and bring one home for your active pal!

Friday, March 27, 2020

Kibble Korner need our help! Go to their website for PayPal or mail your check to PO BOX 10331, Loves Park, IL 61131. Drop dog or cat food at many locations around the Stateline including Meyer’s Tail Up Farm in Belvidere.https://www.facebook.com/MeyersTailsUpFarm/videos/947688315663214/

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Busy dogs are happy dogs! We know some of you are working from home and might need something to help keep them occupied and their teeth away from your tennies. 👟We are stocked with something for every dog, big or small, and we're happy to take your order and deliver it to your car for curbside pickup!🖤

Thursday, March 26, 2020

👑Is that Prince Charming? No, but it’s his cousin, Duke! This beautiful boy bounced around our play yard in between his epic poses, and then made a royal return to his suite for a supreme nap👑

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

🎂🎉Diz is turning 11! Happy birthday to this handsome, charming, butt-scratch loving big guy!🎂🎉

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

It's SUPER important to keep your pup's nails trimmed. Listen in as Gwen explains why!https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=849570522136689

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Today we’re talking about those irresistible little creatures with soft fur, chubby little legs, and the ability to fall asleep wherever and whenever: puppies! Let’s all share our cute photos on this National Puppy Day, whether recent or a throwback to when your dog was just a little nugget.

Monday, March 23, 2020

COVID-19 UPDATEHello Meyer’s Family,This is a crazy and unprecedented time that we are living in. We are so amazed at the community we have around us. After our communication with you yesterday, Representative Joe Sosnowski quickly sent us the written Executive Order from the Governor, letting us know we ARE an essential business and would be allowed to remain open. The order states that an essential business, “provide[s] food, shelter, and other necessities of life for animals, including animal shelters, rescues, shelters, kennels, and adoption facilities”. A huge thank you to Rep. Joe Sosnowski for acting swiftly and getting this pertinent information to us!This means a couple things. One, our facility will be able to remain open and help protect the livelihood of our team. Two, the way we interact with you will change for a while. To add an additional layer, we will be doing curbside pickups and drop offs only.VISITS TO MEYER’S CURBSIDE PLAN:- FOR DROPOFF: Please pull up to our doors at the building of your service and someone will be out to assist you. We take your take essential information and your pet from you and will follow up with a phone call for any further instructions or specific questions we may have. We will re-leash dogs and you will keep your leash with you.- FOR PICKUP: Please pull up to our doors at the building of your service and someone will be out to assist you. They will take your information and call you to process your payment over the phone. Once completed, we will bring your pet out to your car and you will be on your way.If you have experienced flu-like symptoms or illness, been near someone with COVID-19 symptoms, or traveled somewhere affected by COVID-19 and could have come in contact in the past 14 days – Please stay home.You MUST have an APPOINTMENT OR A RESERVATION for any services. We need to ensure that we have the appropriate amount of staff travelling as little as possible during this time.All TRAINING CLASSES are cancelled. Training students- we will be in touch with you when have more information. Keep practicing at home. Your dogs will love it!Please keep in contact and we urge to you to call us at 815-547-5778 if you have any questions. We’re here for you. Thank you in advance for your cooperation in our efforts to maintain a safe and healthy environment for everyone.Best,Kent and Gwen Meyer

Saturday, March 21, 2020