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Bark University Inc
1414 Armour Blvd, Unit D
Mundelein, IL 60060
Mon-Fri 6:30 A.M.- 6:30 P.M.
Saturday 9 A.M.- 5 P.M.
Sunday 9A.M - 2 P.M.
Closed everyday from 12-1pm for naptime
Bark U Training Tip #23:
Your dog should have to earn their freedom in your home. Puppies should be confined to crate while potty training. Too much freedom will lead to accidents and desctructive behavior. Puppies in particular should be supervised at all times so your correction for negative behavior happens as your witness the behavior.
Use baby gates and close unoccupied rooms to confine your dog to the same room as you. The best way to minimize incidents is to tether your dog to you with their collar and leash until they earn the freedom by learning the correct behavior.
The main philosophy at Bark University, Inc. is to provide the best possible care for your pet in a professional yet caring way. Our facility is designed in two sections: a spacious play area covered in rubber flooring for soft landings while playing and a comfortable boarding kennel for your dog's overnight stay. Special care is taken to ensure your pet has all the comforts of home while staying with us here at BU.
Our groomer, Annie Kane, is trained in the latest grooming techniques and our salon boasts the latest in pet-care hygiene equipment. With over 17 years of experience, Annie has background grooming every kind of dog, including those that have required tranquilizers in the past. Her energy calms the animals in an otherwise stressful situation. She can groom anything from the tiniest kitten to a Newfoundland and anything in between. Annie's passion for the animals is unsurpassed; demonstrated by the donation of her services to over 100 rescue dogs needing some grooming love each year.
Bark University, Inc. was established in the spring of 2013 by Candy Oppman, owner and operator of both Bark University, Inc. and Candy's K9's. Candy has over 15 years of pet care experience with an expertise in canine behavior and training. She has trained dogs with a variety of behaviors, saving many from possible euthanisa. Candy has an unmatched dedication to dogs, rescuing and rehoming an average of 20 dogs a year for the past 15 years.