Family Fun for Fido and Fluffy
 
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Contact Info:
Cheryl Falkenburry
Cheryl's Phone:
434-591-6113


info@centerhillschool.com

This is the spot for animal resources in Fluvanna and surrounding Counties. Learn all about available classes, parks, and boarding facilities in our area. Scroll down to find the services available. There's a lot to be offered in Fluvanna!


The Fluvanna County Dog Park
The Fluvanna Dog Park is a fun place to exercise and socialize your dog. Located less than a mile west of the intersection of Route 15 and 53, the Fluvanna County Dog Park is conveniently located for the many residents of Fluvanna County and their dogs. The park is open from dawn to dusk and is free. There is a small dog section and a large dog section. Please use the bags provided and clean up after your dog. No water is available, so be sure to bring fresh water for your dog to enjoy after running and playing with other doggie friends. Please review the rules posted at the park prior to entering. For more information call Parks and Rec at 434-842-3150.

Boarding and Pet Sitting

Canine Concierge
Mary has over 25 years experience pet, farm and house sitting. For the past 10 years, Mary has been the owner and proprietor of Canine Concierge and Equine, and resides on the property. ‚ÄčTheir play area is completely fenced in allowing the dogs to play and socialize freely as opposed to be confined to cages. Through a proper introduction, she ensures they all get along. No dog is too big or too small! They provide free pick-up and drop-off for both our day campers, overnight guests and longer term visitors.
Call: 617-962-0575


Animal Adoptions and Rescues
 


Caring For Creatures
A great place to find a special furry friend to add to your family.

Animal Connections
A wonderful place to find your next furry canine companion. Dogs stay in foster homes until they find their forever home.

Fluvanna SPCA
Numerous animals are awaiting a forever home at the local SPCA.

Project Perry, Central Virginia Parrot Sanctuary
This is a great place to volunteer and learn more about parrots. Still considered a wild animal, parrots should not be a companion animal unless a great deal of education about living with them is obtained. Project Perry can help you learn, and then if you are up to the task, possibly adopt a parrot into your forever home.





Training in Fluvanna area

Fluvanna Dog Spot and Ashleigh Morris

Unleashed Dog Training with Erika Renee


Training in Charlottesville


All Things Pawssible

Canine Campus

Golden Rule Dog Training




Americans with Disabilities
I often get asked about the regulations for Service Dogs. This is a link to the updated laws and requirements. Any trainer can help you train a service dog if you have a disability. The service dog must be able to perform at least two specific tasks to help you. Please note that Emotional Support (Comfort Dogs) are not covered under the ADA law. Mental Health dogs must be able to perform specific duties, not just a dog that accompanies you. If you would like to have a service dog, please be sure your dog is well trained and a good ambassador in public for all service dogs.