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Florissant, MO 63034
4 miles north of Lindbergh (Hwy 67)
(314) 838-2021

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"Have taken my dogs to Baronwood for years. All my dogs enjoy "their vacation" and have always been happy leaving me for their stay. Highly recommend. (And I am particular!) I feel they give great care to all the animals that board there."
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Carolyn Philpot, St Louis Mo



















"I always take my dogs to Baronwood - THEY love it, and I feel very secure knowing their doggy hotel stay will be fantastic. 

We've tried other kennels, and Baronwood Kennels is the cleanest and most reliable in the St Louis area."

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Sammy, St Louis Mo
















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Fido's Follies ... What is it?

Fido’s Follies is the annual dog show where proud owners bring their pooches to compete against one another for winning titles, and the Children’s Art Festival allows the community youth to get a chance to put their creative skills to work.

In keeping with tradition, the event kicked off at the Government Center located at the east end of St. Francois Street and began at 3:30 on Sunday afternoon, after the drizzle stopped. Dog owners and their canines competed for trophies, plaques, and medals.  Skippy, the chihuahua wearing a pumpkin suit is the dog who won Crowd Favorite and Smallest.  How Cute!!
Fido's Follies ... What is it?

Fido’s Follies is the annual dog show where proud owners bring their pooches to compete against one another for winning titles, and the Children’s Art Festival allows the community youth to get a chance to put their creative skills to work.

In keeping with tradition, the event kicked off at the Government Center located at the east end of St. Francois Street and began at 3:30 on Sunday afternoon, after the drizzle stopped. Dog owners and their canines competed for trophies, plaques, and medals.  Skippy, the chihuahua wearing a pumpkin suit is the dog who won Crowd Favorite and Smallest.  How Cute!!
Fido's Follies ... What is it?

Fido’s Follies is the annual dog show where proud owners bring their pooches to compete against one another for winning titles, and the Children’s Art Festival allows the community youth to get a chance to put their creative skills to work.

In keeping with tradition, the event kicked off at the Government Center located at the east end of St. Francois Street and began at 3:30 on Sunday afternoon, after the drizzle stopped. Dog owners and their canines competed for trophies, plaques, and medals.  Skippy, the chihuahua wearing a pumpkin suit is the dog who won Crowd Favorite and Smallest.  How Cute!!
Fido's Follies ... What is it?

Fido’s Follies is the annual dog show where proud owners bring their pooches to compete against one another for winning titles, and the Children’s Art Festival allows the community youth to get a chance to put their creative skills to work.

In keeping with tradition, the event kicked off at the Government Center located at the east end of St. Francois Street and began at 3:30 on Sunday afternoon, after the drizzle stopped. Dog owners and their canines competed for trophies, plaques, and medals.  Skippy, the chihuahua wearing a pumpkin suit is the dog who won Crowd Favorite and Smallest.  How Cute!!
Fido's Follies ... What is it?

Fido’s Follies is the annual dog show where proud owners bring their pooches to compete against one another for winning titles, and the Children’s Art Festival allows the community youth to get a chance to put their creative skills to work.

In keeping with tradition, the event kicked off at the Government Center located at the east end of St. Francois Street and began at 3:30 on Sunday afternoon, after the drizzle stopped. Dog owners and their canines competed for trophies, plaques, and medals.  Skippy, the chihuahua wearing a pumpkin suit is the dog who won Crowd Favorite and Smallest.  How Cute!!
Fido's Follies ... What is it?

Fido’s Follies is the annual dog show where proud owners bring their pooches to compete against one another for winning titles, and the Children’s Art Festival allows the community youth to get a chance to put their creative skills to work.

In keeping with tradition, the event kicked off at the Government Center located at the east end of St. Francois Street and began at 3:30 on Sunday afternoon, after the drizzle stopped. Dog owners and their canines competed for trophies, plaques, and medals.  Skippy, the chihuahua wearing a pumpkin suit is the dog who won Crowd Favorite and Smallest.  How Cute!!
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