FAQ’s

What is included in Boarding my dog?
Our Boarders enjoy all the benefits of our daycare dogs with the addition of spending the night with their friends both canine and human.
What do I need to bring when my dog is staying overnight?
We ask that all Boarders bring your own food. No need to pre-portion. No bowls are needed. As far as toys go we have one rule: No squeaky toys! Otherwise, yes you may bring treats, toys, and if necessary a favorite blanket. We will give these items out when your dog is ready for a nap or bedtime.
My dog sleeps in a crate at home. Can I bring it in?
We have crates of all sizes and styles that your dog is free to use. If your dog prefers their specific crate, you may bring it.
Where do the dogs sleep?
The majority of dogs will sleep out with their friends. Some will even sleep in bed with us! Those that are crate trained at home will sleep in a crate. Some dogs need to be alone and really decompress at night, we have a variety of special places for them as well.
Are there any requirements for Boarding?
Yes, we require that all dogs be up to date on all their vaccinations (Bordetella, Rabies and DHLPP), and most importantly, cannot have any aggression to people or any dogs regardless of size, breed, etc.
My dog is aggressive can he/she stay with you?
As we are a cage-free, open facility, where all the dogs are together, we do not allow aggressive dogs.
Do I need to make a reservation?
Yes. Whether for daycare or boarding, reservations are necessary.
What makes you special?
We are all dedicated and commitment to working with them. We are certified in First Aid & CPR for dogs.We have passed accreditation tests provided by American Kennel and Boarding Association.
Where do the dogs eat?
We have “stalls,” essentially small gated rooms where each dog can eat and rest comfortably. Every dog is separated for every meal.
I have more than one dog, can they sleep together?
Absolutely!

 

 

 

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