Here at The Coastal Dog, it is our mission to make your dog happy by providing a safe, fun, caring atmosphere. The Coastal Dog is a home, not a kennel. That's right! There are no cement runs, no long lonely nights and endless days of echoed barking. Your dog can go inside and out as they please, snuggle on a soft bed or mingle with playmates to their heart's content.
Our outdoor play spaces are large and professionally fenced for your dog's enjoyment and safety. Our indoor spaces are open and airy, filled with natural light and pleasant music.
So, what are you waiting for! Let's see if your dog can be a Coastal Dog!
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Edgecomb Green’s sunny units were created in the completely renovated Eddy School, where children were educated for nearly 150 years.
The Village Care Homes:
Our six small residential care homes each have with six or eight residents. Each home is near the village center so that seniors can stay involved in the community, and each is linked back to the central facility (Hodgdon Green) to gain the advantages of central management.
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We are a boarding and grooming kennel for dogs, cats, fish, birds and rabbits. Yes, we have even boarded a fish or two!!! Debbie Sandmaier has owned the kennel since 1999. Mary Groves has been the groomer since 1994. Jamie McConnell has been Debbie's assistant since 2012. The larger dogs are boarded in individual runs, the inside areas are separated by solid walls, for eating and sleeping comfortably. The outside "patios" are separated by a half wall and chain-link fencing. The outdoor runs are covered and screened to keep the bugs and bad weather out. The cats are boarded in a separate building. They stay in floor to ceiling "condos" with two floors.
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The mission of Lincoln County Animal Shelter and Coastal Humane Society is to protect and save animals’ lives; to educate and advocate for their welfare; to provide exemplary shelter and veterinary care; to place adoptable companion animals in loving homes; and to enhance the bond between humans and animals.
Since 1959, Lincoln County Animal Shelter (formerly the Boothbay Region Humane Society) has served more than 20 communities in the Greater Lincoln County and Sagadahoc County regions of Maine. It is funded by grants, individual contributions and donations, adoption fees, and revenue from its Thrift Store in Boothbay Harbor, Creature Comforts.
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As a home or a business owner, or as a contractor, designer or architect, having a capable, reliable electrician in your address book is a must. At OBERUCH ELECTRIC, we’d like to be that electrician for you. Since 1980, we’ve been building a reputation as a “go to” resource for folks up and down the Boothbay peninsula. From minor electrical repairs to whole building electrical systems – and a host of other services that may surprise you – we have the know-how and manpower to meet your needs quickly, efficiently, affordably and with a level of competency and customer service we believe sets us apart. If you’re already a customer, thanks for your business and loyalty. Your “word of mouth advertising” is among our most valued assets!
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Our goal is to celebrate the human-canine bond by providing dogs and their owners with a positive educational and recreational experience, encouraging enrichment activities while enjoying the company of like-minded people in a relaxed, comfortable, supportive and friendly atmosphere.
Two campuses support the many diverse training opportunities to suit all levels of skill and interest -
the Mill Road campus for herding and the Boothbay Road campus for all other classes and events.
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