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Country Road Boarding and Obedience opens their hearts and kennels to the community

It's a hobby turned profession.


Country Road Boarding and Obedience owner Cory Woodcox began his journey in dog obedience about ten years ago while training his own dogs.


After dealing with behaviorial issues and having his German Shepherds professionally trained for obedience, Woodcox began learning the techniques himself. 



Woodcox would go on to get his own training and certifications for dog obedience and began practicing at home. After getting a third dog, he expanded his house, to add a kennel room to meet the needs of a growing family. Discovering a need in Fulton County for dog boarding, Woodcox decided to put his passion for dogs to good use. Finally getting the legalities in order, with the help of his wife Annie, Country Road Boarding and Obedience located at 5647 E 500 N outside of Rochester, was officially open about six months ago.


Providing boarding and specialized training to give the one-on-one attention that every dog deserves, the pup paradise has eight private kennels that have a 3x6 indoor running area attached to a 3x12 outdoor running area, a bathing station and a large fenced in yard. 


Woodcox said he plans on keeping his kennel business small to make a learning, loving and personal experience with each dog he has, with safety as a top priority. 


Fees vary by the service the dog owner is looking for. Their customized training is tailored to suit the specific needs of each dog. 



Starting in April, a professional groomer will also be joining CRBO, adding an additional service to the facility. To learn more about the business, visit them on their Facebook page at Country Road Boarding & Obedience or on their website at