Fieldstone Animal Inn is a family-owned business that started over 50 years ago with the goal of providing a safe, comfortable, and fun space for pets. Since taking ownership 18 years ago, Anna & Charlie Radle have made it a
community staple for pet grooming, daycare, training, and lodging.
With the goal of continuing to serve the community for 50+ years to come, renovations and updates are underway to make the facility more comfortable and functional.
What was once a part of the farm that sat on the now Fieldstone Animal Inn, the front building is receiving a facelift! This redesign will involve a spacious new lobby with two workstations to better and faster serve guests. In addition to the lobby, an updated grooming studio with a grooming tub, walk-in bath area, and a hydraulic groom table will be installed to allow our groomers to work more efficiently while also providing a low-stress environment for your pet!
In addition to the lobby and grooming area changes, the remainder of the building will also receive updates. Six large private suites with cameras that pet parents can monitor while they are away will be installed. Additionally, 20 premium and spacious lodging enclosures, made by Synder Manufacturing, will be fitted to the area. Lastly, our team will be equipped with a modernized, industrial cleaning system that will allow for a more effective and time-saving cleaning
routine, enabling our staff to spend more time with your pup.
Following this first round of renovations, we will have an additional two rounds of renovations that will focus on upgrading our second building and the "house/office" building. Throughout all stages of this renovation
process, more turfed elimination runs will be prioritized, with the final goal of each indoor enclosure having its own outdoor elimination run.
How it Will Work
The first stage of renovation is expected to take a couple of months to complete. In the meantime, the parking area has been reconfigured to keep cars and guests safe for both our daycare and lodging guests. While we know it is not ideal, we appreciate your patience with the changes.
We are extremely excited for these facility updates to be underway and look forward to continuing to serve the community, and four-legged friends, for years to come.