My dog isn’t up-to-date on his/her shots, can I still bring him/her for boarding? Unfortunately, no. In order to keep all of our guest healthy, every dog must be up to date on their vaccinations. Please see our requirements page for a list of required vaccines.
What do I need to bring when I drop my dog off?
You’ll need to bring your dogs vaccination records at the time of drop off, or you can have your vet email them to us prior to arrival; firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring enough food for your dogs entire stay. Please put food in zip lock baggies that are labeled with your pets name along with feeding instructions. Change of diet is not recommended as some pets will get an upset stomach.
You are welcome to bring a blanket and a toy/bone. A blanket that smells like home will help your dog feel more comfortable during his/her stay. Please keep in mind that some dogs may chew blankets/dirty them, so please don't send your favorite blanket.
Can you give my dog his/her medications during his/her stay? Yes. There will be a $1/per day charge for administering medication.
Will I receive any updates on how my dog is doing while we are gone? Yes! We will send you pictures and updates while your dog is staying with us.
Can I bring my dog for a bath if they are not being boarded? Yes, bath’s are available to boarders as well as non-boarders. Appointments are required, so please call us to book an appointment.
Do all the dogs get to play together? If we have dogs with social/friendly temperaments, they can play together. Each dog will be evaluated prior to play time to see if they will be a good candidate for group play. If your dog prefers to play by themselves, they'll be let out individually during playtime.
Are appointments required? Yes, appointments are required, it’s a good idea to book well in advanced.