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Welcome to Unleashed

Kennel Free Boarding and Day Camp in Renton, WA
Call us at (206) 330-8758

Unleashed provides kennel free boarding and day camp for dogs of all ages, sizes and energy levels. Located on 25 acres of fully fenced woods and fields, dogs spend their day running, playing and napping in the shade. Our team of highly trained staff supervise the dogs around the clock to make sure each and every dog is safe and having a blast at camp.

All of the staff at Unleashed adhere to a positive dog training philosophy. We use positive reinforcement, separation from the group and the tenants of animal learning theory to manage behavior and never use aversive methods such as spray bottles, choke, prong, or shock collars or any other tool to cause pain or intimidation.

At Unleashed, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Taking great care of dogs from Renton, Maple Valley, Kent, Covington, Seattle, and surrounding areas. 

21847 Peter Grubb Rd. SE 
Renton, WA 98058

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Office Hours

Check in and outs during office hours only

No transportation or day camp on major holidays


7:00 am-7:00 pm


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7:00 am-7:00 pm


7:00 am-7:00 pm


7:00 am-7:00 pm


7:00 am-7:00 pm


7:00 am-7:00 pm


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Each time I drop off my dog for boarding, it doesn’t matter who is there to check her in, she loses her dang doggy mind with joy. It is a wonderful place for longer boarding stays - and I am sure for daycare, too!"
    Julie Bissell
  • "Our dog, Luna, loves going to Unleashed every Thursday for daycare. She loves to run and the 25 acres is perfect for her. She always comes home worn out and happy! The staff is great, as well. They always recognize Luna when I drop her off, and I know they see A LOT of different dogs."
    Mary Hillman
  • "Rogue loves daycare days at Unleashed. He always comes home dirty and tired making him one happy dog. The convenience they provide with pick up and drop off services is top notch. They have also been great about getting us scheduled last minute and easing our mind when having to using boarding services. I would recommend Unleashed Dog Camp to anyone needing a place for their dog to run off some steam during the day or stay for an extended period of time!"
    Ashlee Kays
  • "Our dogs LOVE it here! We hate leaving our dogs behind but when we do, we know the dogs will have an equally great vacation at Unleashed. The property is beautiful and the staff is wonderful."
    Erin M.

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