I visited once to check out the kennels and assess their service.
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This was 7 or 8 years ago.
I do have an ever so slight tendency to be just the tiniest bit OTT when it comes to my mutts.
Their set up, while fine for many dogs, would not have been appropriate for my mad-as-a-box-of-frogs psycho-collie.
When we visited we first had a chat with someone there (Not the owner, IIRC - I'm not sure who I spoke with...) to discuss my dogs, their needs, their characters and behavior, any problems/issues etc., as well as my expectations. I was quite frank about my collie; the terrors of his past still haunted him, and he needed careful handling. The person I spoke to seemed rather dismissive of my concerns - and that left me feeling uncomfortable.
In the end, I decided it was not the right solution for my dogs.
But you really should go and check out the place yourself, talk to the people in charge, talk to the staff, and see if you think it will meet your own dog's needs. I remember once comparing notes with another dog owner who used them, and this person was quite happy.
Instead of kennels, I have a dog sitter who moves into our house to care for my dogs while we are away. I've known her for many years now, and she always does a wonderful job with my collection of misfit mutts.
If you are looking for that kind of solution, I can pass along the contact details.