What to Bring
Whether your dog is staying overnight with us, or just coming to spend the day in daycare, here is a list of things to bring with you for your dog. Reservations are necessary for boarding, and definitely recommended for daycare as well, as we do fill up often and do not accept walk-ins.
- Current vaccine record (for both daycare and boarding dogs) – This can be anything from your vet showing the expiration dates for Rabies, Distemper, and Bordatella. We do carry the Bordatella here and can administer at check-in if needed. Please understand, however, that it may not be fully effective for up to 2 weeks after it is given. We will honor Bordatella up to a year from the date given.
For overnight boarding dogs only:
- FOOD (required for overnight boarding) – Dogs can have very sensitive tummies, and don’t always react well when their diet is changed, so please bring their food.
- Medications (if needed) – We are happy to administer any type of medications your dog takes while they stay with us for no extra charge, whether it be in pill form, liquid form, or injectable form. We want them to be as comfortable as if they are at home here.
- Dog bed (optional) – We do have blankets here that we can give your dog while they are staying with us if you don’t bring one, or fear they might destroy theirs.
- Toys (optional) – If your dog is staying overnight, you are welcome to bring a special toy or chew to keep with them while the dogs are in their kennels, however we can’t guarantee it will always go home in the same condition.
For cats only:
- Litter box and litter
You do not need to bring bowls or special leashes / harnesses.