Dog boarding kennel proposed

“I care for foster dogs and I am an avid dog owner,” Miller said. “When I needed to go out of town, I looked around and didn’t like my options. I want to create a place where dogs can be comfortable and safe, not doggie jails like you find in Albemarle.”

Miller detailed the kind of building she would put up to house the dogs. The structure would be metal, with 10 cement block 6 x 6 foot indoor rooms. Each room would have direct access to its own 6 X 6 foot outdoor space. Those outdoor spaces would be separated from each other with wooden panels so the dogs can’t see each other, but the tops and other sides would be chain link fencing for ventilation.

The building will be heated and air conditioned and Miller said she would have “state-of-the-art” cleaning to keep the risk of cross-contamination low.

“Unlike other kennels where you have to pay extra to bust them out of their rooms, if your dog is socialized, they can be out of their rooms in a common area,” Miller said.

Only one person came to the neighborhood meeting to hear about Miller’s plan. He had no questions.

Miller’s proposal will come before the Planning Commission on Oct. 24.

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