My Second Home was founded in 2004 in Franklin, TN with the purpose of reinventing the “kennel” concept and emerged as a world class pet boarding resort (without the price!) serving Brentwood, Franklin and the greater Nashville, TN area. We understand that physical interaction and passion, do not alone constitute what is required in order to demonstrate our full commitment to the love and care of your pet. Rather, true love and care must start with ensuring that our facility provides a level of safety, serenity, and healthcare. LEARN MORE
Amanda Vickers Franklin, Tennessee
We have been clients at MSH for almost ten years now. Each year tends to get more organized and the staff seems to grow more passionate and friendly. Our dog, Max, absolutely loves the people there and each person knows him by name. You can tell the employees love their jobs and that makes an enormous difference - a rare find.
COMPLEMENTARY CURBSIDE PORTER
Our free porter service is here to help you and your pet get unloaded and checked-in at the front desk.
My Second Home could not be more appropriately named!! Our giant poodle puppy has been playing in day care three times a week for over a year. She has boarded when we are out of town, and all of her grooming needs are handled by the skillful groomers on staff. We are thrilled to have a place like this, everyone knows our dog by name and personality.
Happy President’s Day President’s Day is just around the corner, and that reminded us of something. Over the years, our esteemed presidents have brought a myriad of fascinating pets into the White House. In the spirit of celebration, we thought we’d take a look back at some of the most interesting and share them […]
Do You Love Animals? Then you may also love learning about people and organizations in our area dedicated to making this world a little better for them. Take a look at this list of 10 Local Animal Welfare Organizations, and spread the word to anyone else who may benefit. 10 Local Animal Welfare Organizations […]
Winter Pet Safety Tips 1) A pet’s tolerance for cold weather varies based upon: Coat Body fat Activity level Level of health Age 2) Certain pets have a harder time in extreme cold, including: Pets with diabetes, heart disease, hormonal imbalances, kidney disease, Cushing’s disease, etc. Very young and very old pets Particularly […]
CAT RESOLUTIONS Play more sockman. Teach humans to be better sharers of all things delicious. Perfect “innocent/irresistible” eyes in mirror while humans are at work. (Toilet paper? I don’t know what you’re talking about…) Continue being excellent at protecting humans from bugs, mice & birds. Teach dog to quit yapping. Nap often. Present my […]