Northfield Kennels is a modern boarding and training center surrounded by sprawling countryside. Located three miles outside of Northfield, MN, Northfield Kennels provides a safe, clean, and stress-free environment for your dog. Our roomy 5’x10’ kennels give your dog abundant space with comfortable beds and a never-ending supply of clean, fresh water. Our indoor kennels are climate controlled with heated floors, overhead radiant heat, central air, and air-exchange to make sure your dog stays comfortable and healthy. With 10 acres of green country property, we offer abundant exercise space complete with a pond for dogs who love to
swim. We are experienced, knowledgeable, working owners that will provide the best care and individualized attention for your pet.
In addition to boarding, Northfield Kennels a training center for upland and waterfowl hunting, puppy bird and gun training, basic obedience, and shed hunting. For hunting dogs, we offer intermediate and advanced skills training as well as competition in AKC retriever performance events.
Northfield Kennels is owned and founded by Sam Daly, who started retriever training in the 1980’s. Sam brings a wealth of knowledge to Northfield Kennels with over 30 years of
experience. Sam deployed with the 2nd Battalion 5th Marines to Afghanistan in 2012, and again in 2013 with 2MEF as a civilian contractor, training explosive detection dogs. Upon returning home, Sam founded the non-profit organization, Believet where he provides highly trained
service dogs, free of charge, to disabled military veterans.
Our knowledge and ability to produce proven dogs in both AKC retriever competitions and in government sectors has allowed us to expand to a new venture to serve our men and women in the U.S Military. Believet is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that trains service dogs for disabled military veterans, free of charge. Believet adopts prospective service dogs from shelters and by donation, and trains them for assistive behaviors for PTSD, MST, TBI, and mobility impairing disabilities. To learn more about Believet, go to www.Believet.org.