Send Rover on Over Doggie Daycare and Training Center Inc. is Ventura’s First Daycare & Training Center owned and operated by Valeri Stallings.
Valeri is a certified professional dog trainer currently participating in a two year undergraduate program focusing on Companion Canine Behavior. Fancy words for dog psychology. She is also a Canine Good Citizen and Puppy ALL S.T.A.R Evaluator as well as a member of APDT, ABKA, AKC and HSUSA. Other than having the pleasure of working, playing with, and learning from thousands of local dogs and their owners at Doggie Daycare, she has also had the opportunity to offer Educational and Training Assistance to Hundreds of Dogs in our community.
Valeri is a positive, energetic, life long dog lover and dog owner, who is committed to being as knowledgeable as she can about dog behavior. She takes pride in running a fun, safe, successful business where people would be happy to bring their dogs. She was the sole proprietor of Send Rover on Over as a small home based business for one year when she realized the need for growth, relocation, and the opportunity to provide for some more expanded services. We are now located in mid Ventura at a 5,000 square foot indoor/outdoor warehouse accommodating up to 50 dogs a day for daycare and other services. We will be opening up our second location in Simi Valley very soon which will sport a 7,000 square space for our canine companions.
I bring Trystan to Doggie Daycare because he deserves it and and he loves me for that.
~ Lori, favored clients since 2006.
All of Send Rover’s wonderful staff members share Valeri’s same passion for dogs. She has created a business that should be one of the best places your dog will ever go.
Our goal is to make dogs and their people happy. Dogs are like three year olds. When they play, they are happy. When they exercise and play at daycare, they will be well rested when you get home. When dogs are socialized and interact, they are more confident and less likely to exhibit unwanted behaviors such as barking, digging, chewing, aggression and separation anxiety.