We make our
feel at home.

Welcome to Old Stone Pet Lodge!

Dane County’s first state-of-the-art indoor pet facility, a place where you can feel comfortable leaving your pet while you enjoy your time away and your pet can feel comfortable in a “home-like” environment.

Old Stone Pet Lodge is nestled in the woods on 61 acres south of Oregon, just 13 miles from the Beltline.


We offer luxurious private suites and standard rooms for our canine guests and condos for our feline friends.


Offering on-site training for sporting dogs (including field and water work), obedience training and puppy training.


At Old Stone Pet Lodge our daycare is setup to give the pets a fun filled day of exercise and socialization. The daycare room is 1500 sq. ft. with air conditioning and in-floor heat.


Old Stone Pet Lodge has consistent 5 star average reviews across Google, Yelp, and Facebook! Here are just a few reviews from many of our satisfied customers:

Old Stone Pet Lodge
Reviewed from Google

4.9 out of 5 stars

Phyllis Antoniewicz
Phyllis Antoniewicz

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

This truly is a kennel you can feel comfortable going away and knowing that your pets are well taken care of. We just returned from our longest vacation in years and I always worry that our dogs will be stressed out when we are away so long; however, picked them up from Old Stone yesterday and both are happy, healthy and seem like they actually enjoyed the vacation as well. Ron and the staff are just wonderful, we appreciate the great care they give our dogs and would recommend Old Stone to anyone.
We also now take our young lab here for day care at least once a week and could not be happier. She loves going and we love that she comes home tired and happy.

Samantha Kraemer
Samantha Kraemer

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

Old Stone Pet Lodge is probably the best place to take your dog for daycare or boarding in the Madison area!

Our dogs look forward to every time they get to go to Old Stone, and honestly if we game them a choice to come home or stay and play, I think they might just choose the later.

They have helped us out when life events occurred and we needed someone to watch both dogs with short notice and have helped calm down two puppies that bounce off the walls.

If you live downtown or the west side, it is definitely worth the drive to have your dogs stay here, where it is clear that the owners truly care about their pet and human clientele!