Silver Rose Ranch Chino Hills, California

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Missy P

2 years ago

Great experience with barn hunting! Marie was amazing! Loved it!

Bihan Chen

2 years ago

Great place to bring your dog for either short term or long term stays. The facilities has great amenities to keep you furry friend busy and engaged for long periods of time so that they’re well exercised during the day and well rested at night

Ariel Alston

2 years ago

Had a Barnhunt lesson with Marie and it was great! My pup was a little hesitant at first but quickly warmed up to the game as she encouraged him throughout our time there. She was patient, clear, and very open with encouragement for me as well. We'll definitely have to go back sometime!

Jill C.

2 years ago

Tina is a wealth of knowledge. Great fun for dogs!

Melody Batchelor

2 years ago

They take great care of my dog everyday in doggie daycare. She comes home tired and happy.

Elizabeth Baez

2 years ago

Instructor tends to berate and sometimes demean students.

John Trevgoda

3 years ago

Best care for your dogs while you're away!

Edmund Garcia

3 years ago

This is the best place to come if you want to learn how to train your dog. Tina is very knowledgeable about dogs and her teaching is flawless.

chris kleibacker

3 years ago

Outstanding kennel for dogs. Spend the day in corrals with dogs the same size. Have day care for the day or for long term. Staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. My dog does not want to come home after a stay at the ranch, she gets spoiled.

Carrie Wetzler

3 years ago

We take our dog Willow there for daycare and she absolutely loves it. Everyone who works there is super friendly and are always happy to see her. Be warned your dog will come home extra dirty because it is a ranch but they'll be happy and wore out.

Becky Dougan

3 years ago

Dock Diving with Coach Vit was AMAZING!!! We'll be a regular!!


3 years ago

Beautiful trail to walk by

Cheryl Hopkins

4 years ago

Doing dog training. Small class kept to 15 dogs. 2 to 3 people to help with dog.

Dianne Cantrell-Hodel

4 years ago

My dogs love staying here

Kym Bohlson

4 years ago

Tina is a very responsible caregiver. Kept me informed on my beloved dog while I was in Ireland for 10 days.

Laura Salamanca

4 years ago

Dog came back home happy

Rebecca Withroe

4 years ago

My 9.5 year old Rottweiler loves it there. They treat her well and she has lots of fun. I've been boarding her there for about 7 years.

Susie Leal

4 years ago

Best doggy day care ever! Tina and Staff is are amazing with all the dogs...our Jax literally will moan the entire ride to the Silver rose ranch...and non stop tail waggin when i drop him off. Highly recommended..


4 years ago

My large dog is treated with understanding here. New to area and very nervous / anxious. But the staff seems to work will with her.

tristan bunker

4 years ago

Just started a training class for our 6mo old dalmatian puppy! Really cool property. Love the outdoor training arena and all the space. All the additional facilities are awesome too! Cannot wait until our pup is big enough to give their regulation dock dive pool a try!

Jill-Marie Jones

5 years ago

Great Dock Diving and Barn Hunt activities! But because I'm not a fan of shock collars or hot wire, I wouldn't board my dogs here. Your mileage may vary.

Audrey Matsumoto

5 years ago

We got a referral to take our new puppy to the ranch for daycare or boarding from a mom at our church. So we made an apptointment for a meet and greet. Our meet and greet went ok although she made a snappy comment that she was surprised that our puppy did well with my two young sons because small dogs don’t like small children. I took that comment with stride thinking she has an odd sense of humor or just doesn’t have a filter. A couple weeks later I made an appointment for day care so he can give it a try. When I returned that afternoon, she told me that they had to put a bark shock collar on him and it was to a level that huskies usually take. My dog was under 10 pounds. I was floored when I heard that! I did not appreciate that type of treatment for my puppy. He was only 6 months old at that point. The owner wasn’t at all accommodating for his feeding schedule either. We feed him 2 times a day and she said they only feed once a day. So if your dog needs special attention, I’m positive you will not get that from this place. Needless to say we never returned. Beware of this place!

Billy Burke

5 years ago

I haven't boarded my dog there but I attend Barn Hunt events and practices about twice a month. I love the place! It's a nice ranch, the kennels and dogs look happy and clean. They have indoor kennels and covered outdoor kennels. They also have kennels where multiple dogs are together and I've been impressed with how laid back all the dogs are that are together. They also have sheep and chickens on the ranch. I think maybe I saw a goat once. Anyway, Tina Bevin is super nice and down to earth about animals but she clearly loves them. Her staff is also very patient, courteous, and friendly. I think they also run their events very professionally and responsibly. 5 stars.


5 years ago

Tina is able to "tune in" to dogs and focus on the positive and build from there. A truly honest person.

Christina Vasquez

5 years ago

Super Friendly & helpful in teaching about competitions. Beautiful ranch superior treatment of dogs and their owners!

Melisa Wonch

5 years ago

Friendly owner and staff, well maintained.

karla castillo

5 years ago

Great place for dogs to burn some energy!! Areas are secure and staff is great. The only down side is dogs get dirty fast because ranch is on dirt, so dogs need baths more often. Thats said a dirty and tired dog IS a happy dog!! Highly recommend

Daniel Campbell

5 years ago

great place to keep your dog and for dock diving. people are very nice

Lydia Kim

8 years ago

I did the meet and greet to board my puppy at the ranch. But after meeting Tina, I decided to find a different place. Through out the meet and greet, Tina made demeaning comments about my puppy and myself then immediately after praised her own self and slipped in that she can correct the problem if I joined her training class. Very unprofessional. Very rude. I did not come to sign up for training classes or to hear her talk down on me and my pup. I just wanted my puppy boarded in a place where she will receive play time while I'm away. I didn't mind Tina trying to get me to sign up for her classes, but her sales tactic is horrible. It leaves you with a bad taste in your mouth. After meeting Tina, I will never go to her to train my dog. A dog trainer needs to know how to socialize with dogs as well as PEOPLE. Also during the tour of the kennel conducted by one of the employees, there was a boarded dog that was barking incessantly as we passed by. The employee shouted "quiet!" as we walked by and continued to shout "quiet!" even as we walked along the back of the kennel where we couldn't even see the dog. It was obvious the dog was not going to stop barking, and the employee's command was not doing a single thing. Is this how they treat the dogs? It's not even correcting the problem. That made me wonder if my dog was going to be well taken care of. Furthermore, while Tina and I were in the office, one of the dogs on the Ranch followed us in. As we were leaving, Tina paid no attention to the dog and turned the lights off and closed the door on him, locking him in. She was completely oblivious to it and just kept on talking as we walked back to the car. Luckily, the employee let us know the dog was still in there. And Tina's response to that was, "He's a smart dog. He should have known better." Red flag. That response does not sound like someone who will take good care of my dog while I'm away for a few days. I am so glad I witnessed all of this. I am going to stay far away from this place.

Dallas Duncan

11 years ago

We've take our two girls (boxer/german shepherd mix) to the ranch when Tina first started boarding dogs. It was such a change from the other kennels that we had used. First of all, we feel that the girls will be safe at the ranch no matter if it is Tina or someone else watching over the dogs. As for the accommodations, we've seen the growth and the care that has been given to make sure that each dog has a clean and secure kennel. It is outside, so our dogs get a bath when they come home. Another important aspect of the ranch is the boarding of multiple dogs in the same kennel. Some places required that our girls be in separate kennels which was something we did not want. As for feeding, we have a supplement and a treat with the meal that is given each day (they don't charge extra like other places). Any change in routine and our girls don't eat as much, but compared to other boarding experiences our girls lose very little weight at the ranch. If it wasn't for Tina we wouldn't have the peace of mind when we travel (we've boarded them from two days to two weeks). I would, and have, recommended Tina to friends.

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Silver Rose Ranch, California, Chino Hills

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