Zipidy Do Dog Resort is located in Central Oregon and offers Dog Boarding, Dog Daycare, Dog Bathing, Dog Walking and Shuttling services. Zipidy Do Dog began in January 2013, initially as Zipidy Do Dog Daycare. We started our business with the idea of offering daycare and grooming services but shortly after we opened, we received an overwhelming demand for boarding. So only a month into our new business, we began offering overnight care. By adding boarding as a service, we quickly outgrew our daycare facility and in June 2015 we purchased an existing kennel, formerly known as Raven Ridge. We moved all our overnight care from the daycare location, to what is now known as our Resort! We operated both locations until January 2018 when our daycare manager purchased our daycare location and is now operating as Alpine K9. Zipidy Do Dog Resort is now our one and only location!
Since purchasing our Resort location in 2015, we have continually been renovating the facility, both inside and out, in order to make it a fun, clean and safe place for your beloved pups to stay! We primarily offer boarding services but we also have many daycare dogs who come here to play just for the day! We no longer do full service grooming but we can offer baths and nail trims upon request.
About the Owners:
Ally has dog experience working at the Humane Society of Redmond (now Brightside Animal Center), Willamette Humane Society, Velvet Touch Grooming, and Dancin’ Woofs Compassionate Dog Training and Daycare. She went to school at Western Oregon University and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, her idea was to become an animal control officer. With lack of demand for Animal Control positions around Central Oregon, Ally has followed her love for animals and ventured into this exciting business, where her experience and passion for dogs can benefit the community.
Corey is a licensed real estate agent at Century 21 Gold Country and he took many college courses in business management and marketing. Corey is combining his love for dogs with his education and experience in business to open this exciting new dog care facility. Corey and his family are very involved in the dog community. Corey is a committee member for the Brightside Animal Center’s Red Dog Classic which is a golf tournament fund raiser averaging over $10,000 every year for the animals. Corey’s grandparents, Jo and Phil Weigand, donated a majority of the funds needed in order to open Redmond, Oregon’s first dog park, “Weigand Family Dog Park.”