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Newcomer Special "Try Us You'll Like Us" Rate!
$39 for the first night at Aunt Cynthia's B&B. (Offer not valid for legal holidays) Please call Aunt Cynthia's at (916) 652-3514 to sign your dog up for a temperament evaluation/tour now!         

Aunt Cynthia's Bed and Biscuit Inn is Placer County's Premier Cage-Free Boarding and Day Care Facility for friendly, well-mannered dogs! Established in 2004, we were the first of its kind in Northern California to offer a home-like environment without kennels, cages, crates or dog runs. Our  State-of-the-Art modern facility opened in Loomis in November of 2009, with 4,300 square feet of accommodations for your pooch! We have four large supervised living rooms with cozy couches, stuffed chairs, dog beds, TV's, and group home living at its best! Dogs are assigned a room based on temperament, size, and age. The rooms are named Tiny Tots, Couch Potato, Yuppy Puppy, and Romper Room. When not hanging out with their buddies inside our air-conditioned rooms, the dogs go outside for frequent supervised recess/potty breaks. We have 8,000 sq. feet of large, fenced-in play yards complete with shady oak trees, play equipment, and wading pools! Our friendly staff stays with your dog day and night! We never leave!

At night, your pampered pooch can decide where to sleep inside with a buddy (dog or human) on the couch, by the TV, or on a dog cushion just his size in one of several rooms specially designed for dogs. Our staff enjoys getting to know each dog's unique temperament and needs. Loneliness is not "allowed" at our Inn, and we strive to provide a safe, loving, and relaxed environment for all. Our purpose is to pet, pamper, and provide your dog with the highest quality loving care available!

We have been voted a Winner in KCRA 3's A-List "Best of the Best Dog Boarding" 8 years in a row, 2012-2019. We have been voted #1 in Loomis News' Best of the Best 9 years in a row, from 2011-2019. Come over to see why we were voted One of the Best in the region!



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Take I-80 to the Horseshoe Bar Road Exit. Go North past Raley's shopping Center, on Horseshoe Bar Road until it crosses Taylor Road. Turn right on to Taylor, and go to King Rd. Take a left onto King Road, cross the train tracks, and immediately turn right onto Swetzer Road. Travel ½ mile down Swetzer Rd., and ACBB is on the left-hand-side at 3190. Look for the large sign and driveway. The driveway winds around to the right, where our facility is located.

From Lincoln area, take Hwy 193 to Sierra College Boulevard. Turn onto Sierra College Blvd., and continue down the road until it intersects King Road at the light. Turn left onto King Rd. and continue until you see Swetzer Road on your left, just before the train crossing in Loomis. Turn left, go down ½ mile, and ACBB is on the left at 3190. Look for the large sign and driveway.  The driveway winds around to the right, where our facility is located.

Aunt Cynthia,

I wanted to write and tell you what a wonderful time I had at your B&B during my six day stay in April while my Grandpa had heart surgery in Sacramento.

After a very long car trip (I didn't know where I was going) we showed up at your place. I was really nervous to have the interview, since if I didn't "make muster"..... I had no back-up plan. I guess I made it, cuz I got to stay. I was a little confused when mommy and daddy left... but soon was happy playing with all of your friends.

I know my mommy kept calling and pestering you to see if I was happy.....and I apologize for that. See.... since her other kids grew up.... I am now the "baby".

I especially liked that I was able to play with new friends ALL of the time. I was so tired when Mommy and Daddy picked me up, I slept for two days. I also liked that I could sleep on the furniture like I do at home.

When mommy and daddy picked me up I was happy to see them, but they thought I was funny when I kept looking out the car window, whining as we drove away, wondering when I would see my new friends again.

Thanks again for having me. If I come up that way again, I will see if I can come and play again.

Your furry friend,