We offer outdoor board only. Access to pasture and hay 24/7. Each field has a shelter for the horses to escape from the weather. We are located right on the Ganaraska forest so there is no need to trailer to hack into the forest. With board, horses will be fed once a day with beet pulp, Hoffman’s minerals, kelp, and salt, additional supplements are the responsibility of the owner, but we are happy to add them in.
Cross country and Stadium jumps are located on the property to use for your enjoyment. Some desensitization obstacles are available to use as well. Vet, farrier, and medication are the responsibility of the horse owner. We also require the horse owner to have a 3rd party liability such as OE or Intercity and to have insurance on the horse that is boarded on our farm.
Board per month $350
Limited space is avaliable.
We take dogs for both daycare and overnight care. The dogs receive a lot more one on one time with us because we are not a kennel; we only take a few dogs at a time. Our country location allows the dogs more space to move around, it is a peaceful location. The dogs have their own space or if there are more dogs will share their space so they can socialize. If the dogs do not get along then they can have their own space away from the other dogs.
Dogs are required to have their vaccinations up to date. We require owners to sign a waiver for the dogs to stay at our location. The dog’s owner must provide food and treats that their dogs eat. We also recommend bringing any toys that they enjoy and something that smells like home such as a towel or cloth, etc.
Dog Boarding – $20 per dog per day, please contact us if you have multiple dogs for a discounted rate.
Day care – 8am – 5pm – $15 per dog per day, please contact us if you have multiple dogs for a discounted rate.
Customer Review: Dec 30, 2019 – Wishing Stone Farm has taken care of our dog on numerous occasions now! They are flexible, kind, and always willing to accommodate his needs. Thanks for everything Wishing Stone Farm.
Customer Review: Dec 15, 2019 -I have a highly kennel-averse dog who would never eat, play, or settle anywhere I left her. Then I found Wishing Stone Farm, where there are horses, people, and space to run; and finally I can go away without worrying. She has been going to Wishing Stone for several years now, and it is extremely reassuring to find that she is happy and excited when the car turns onto the street and she realizes where we’re