Boarding is one of our most important responsibilities. We care for your dogs while you are out of town as if they are our own pets. The biggest difference between us and other boarding facilities is that we have staff spend the night with the dogs. We do not leave the building unsupervised at night. Once the daytime staff cleans and gets the dogs ready for bed, the overnight cuddlers come in and take over. They turn down the lights, set out more beds and blankets, and sit back to read a book or watch a movie. All of the dogs find a dog bed and cuddle in for the night.
The key is to have your dog play and have fun all day so they are tired out and ready to sleep at night. The dogs get to run around and play throughout the day. Yes, they do go outside for potty breaks. Then they are separated to eat their very own dinner. Then get outside and spend a little more time playing. Then they get ready for bed.
So what should you bring?
1. Dog Food
Please pre-bag each meal into individual servings. Place each serving into individual bags. We can also accommodate raw or wet food that needs refrigeration or a freezer. If your dog is a picky eater when boarding, send along something special to mix into the kibble, ex: a can of wet food, chicken, or cheese. You can add a few treats too!
We are able to handle pills, drops or injections. We ask for all medication instructions at drop off. That information will be put into the computer. Be patient with us, even if you have been here before, we want to confirm all medication information every time you drop off for boarding.
Upload a copy of your most recent vaccines into the online portal. We will need to see current vaccine records before your dogs can stay with us. We require Rabies, Distemper, and Bordetella. We don’t require it, but we recommend Canine Influenza as well.