About Our Daycare
Doggy Daycare is an all-day free for all for the dogs that come. It takes a keen eye to keep the dogs from getting overexcited and to maintain a healthy level of play, which makes our Daycare Attendants excellent for the job, as they are astute and quick to spot any trouble. They have all been taught how to read dog body language and how to detect signs of irritation, illness, etc.
Our Receptionists are the faces of Bear Brook. They are always ready with a kind word and a cheerful attitude in person or over the phone. They can pretty much help you with anything you may need. Many of our receptionists are cross trained for doggy daycare and as kennel techs. We all work together to give your pets the best!
Our Kennel Technicians are the ones that take care of your pets while they're here at Bear Brook! They provide loving care and attention for all of the animals and make sure that your pets are comfortable during their stay. They have all been taught how to read dog body language and how to detect signs of irritation, illness, etc. Many of our employees are animal science majors or other professions at local Universities and colleges.
Autumn is a recent graduate of Easter Maine Community College and hopes to someday be a veterinarian. She is attending the University of Maine this fall. She has both a cat and a dog and they are loved and spoiled! Autumn is a kennel tech and is a kind and helpful individual and we are glad to have her with us!
Bailey came to us the summer of 2018. She is a graduate of Bergin University of Canine Studies in California. She is trained for all positions at Bear Brook Kennel with a concentration on training. If you have a behavior issue with your dog, then Bailey is your girl! She offers group classes as well as one-on-one training. She has Caliope, a young yellow lab, and Paxton, a black lab, and of course, both dogs are very well trained!
Julia is student at UMO majoring in animal sciences. She came to us in the summer of 2018! We are lucky to have her!
Steve is a long-term employee who oversees the kennels as well as takes care of many of our maintenance needs. He’s our go-to guy for everything!
Giovanna has been with us since August 2019. When she is not working she goes to Europe (Slovakia and Czech Republic). She volunteers at the Bangor Humane Society in her free time. She is a very diversified individual and we feel fortunate to have her on board.
Cathy came to Bear Brook in early 2018 bringing a background in management and customer service. She has Minnie, a miniature schnauzer, and Abracadabra (aka ABRA), a Bengal cat. She is the lead receptionist and works on special projects. Her recent projects include updating our technical needs such as the website and computer software and hardware.
Kyle studies electrical engineering at UMO. He was a lucky find for us because he has a great deal of experience with doggy daycare from his home town in Massachusetts. Not only does he do daycare but he is a top notch kennel tech! Welcome aboard Kyle!
Sarah started at Bear Brook Kennel in September of 2019. She attends UMO for business management and when she's finished with her business degree she is headed to The Bergin School of Canine Studies in California. She volunteers at the Bangor Humane Society so she has acquired a wide range of animal skills.
Our grooming is a spa day for your dog or cat. We have you drop them off in the morning and then pick them up in the afternoon. They get a bath, nail trim, ear clean out, pad clean out, and a clip/brush included in the price of grooming. Our groomer can do almost any clip on any dog and works very hard to make sure that your dog or cat looks fabulous! Whether your cat needs a nail trim, or your poodle a new hairdo, Holly is here for all your grooming needs! Please don’t hesitate to call the front desk and schedule an appointment with her. Holly is available 2 days a week during the colder months so please feel free to call and make an appointment.
Our trainers at Bear Brook are an intricate part of our facility. It's truly delightful to see them in action with a dog. Bailey knows her stuff! She loves helping novice dog owners grow into seasoned handlers and assisting seasoned handlers improve even more. She is a graduate of Bergin School of Canine Studies in California. She offers puppy and obedience classes as well as working in our doggy daycare!