Kennels and Grounds

Our training facilities, located in rural Southeast Nebraska, are surrounded by waterways, farms and fields, with an abundance of wild quail and prairie chickens. Our team is onsite full time and oversees all daily activities of the kennel operations and dog training. We are licensed by the state of Nebraska for boarding and breeding dogs.

Health and Wellness

At Upland Dogworks

We treat every dog like the prized athlete it is. We give the dogs a healthy environment in which to rest, a spacious kennel run, quality diet and plenty of exercise – so they can perform to their best in the field.

Our new top of the line 4’ x 10’ kennel runs and dog houses are from ProBuilt Products and housed inside our repurposed barn.

Our kenneling operation is licensed by the state of Nebraska License#: KN1298, managed by Kristin and monitored by Dr. Sarah Weber of the Tecumseh Animal Clinic of Tecumseh, Neb.

All dogs require a certificate of health before being allowed into the kennel area or training grounds.

All dogs on premise must have current vaccinations including:

  • Bordetella
  • Distemper
  • Hepatitis
  • Para Influenza
  • Parvovirus
  • Rabies

Supplemental Treatments Available

All Upland Dogworks dogs are treated monthly for heartworms and seasonally for tick and flea prevention. You can provide a specific product that we will administer for the same fee as listed below, or choose to use our products and services.

We feed our dogs Purina Pro Plan Sport Performance dog food once a day. In addition, we give all of our dogs a daily vitamin and our older dogs Cosequin joint health medication.

All Upland Dogworks dogs are micro chipped and we recommend our clients do the same. We can provide this service for your dog.

Supplemental Dog Treatments:

  • Tick and Flea $10/month
  • Heartworm $10/month
  • Vitamins $1.75/week
  • Joint Health $3.50/week
  • Microchip installation $50
  • Lifetime Tracking onetime fee $20

Where We Train

Our training fields are located adjacent to our kennels. They are designed to support training dogs to learn how and where to find birds. We provide a variety of training conditions including cover crops, light brush and stubble, food plots, brush piles and cattail marsh. As the dog progresses, we add wild bird exposure on surrounding habitat buffers, prairie fields and waterways. Wild birds, especially quail are prevalent in our area and we utilize them to expose and train finished dogs.