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You’ve Got Questions. We’ve Got Answers.


What vaccines do you require?

We require your dog to be up to date on their Rabies, Distemper, and Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccines. Proof of vaccines can be emailed to us at or a copy can be brought in at time of drop off.
If your dog has not had the Bordetella vaccine before it is strongly recommended that they get it at least 2 weeks before they visit us. We also strongly recommend every dog has a fecal test done at least once a year.
*The Bordetella vaccine does not cover every strain of the virus and there is still a possibility they can get the virus whether they have been vaccinated or not.

What do I need to bring for my dog's boarding stay?

You will need to bring your dogs food, if your dog runs out of food during their stay we will buy them food at the owner's expense. You can also bring treats, toys, or blankets for your pups as well. We ask that you please don't bring in beds from home. Sometimes dogs that don't usually chew their beds up at home may while they are boarding. It is also difficult for us to fit them in our washing machine if they have an accident on it. We provide all the bedding and bowls your dog will need while they are here.

My pet has a special diet. Can their needs be accommodated?


What additional services do you offer while my dog is boarding?

We offer these additional services to make your pups stay more enjoyable while they are here! 

One-on-one playtime: If your dog does not get along with other dogs, but you would still like them to get out and play you can purchase one-on-one playtime where they will get to spend time in their own play yard with a staff member where they can play fetch, frisbee, splash around in the pool, play tug, dig, whatever their heart desires!
Group playtime: Does your dog love to play with other dogs? We will introduce your dog to our daycare group where they can make friends and play all day!
Trail walks: We will take your dog for a 25-minute or 15-minute walk on one of our beautiful, wooded trails, where they can sniff to their hearts content!
Training: We will work on any specific training that you request. The training session will be broken up into short sessions throughout the day. At pick up you will receive write up on how your dog did with each command, written step by step instructions on how to continue to teach the behaviors at home, and a demonstration on how to work on the behaviors at home. In order to see the results that you want you need to continue to work on the behaviors at home.

At what age can I bring my puppy for daycare?

We ask that all puppies be up to date with all rounds of their puppy vaccines before they start coming for daycare. Which is usually around 16 weeks.

How can I check on my pet during their stay?

Feel free to give us a call, send an email, or check our Facebook for updates on your pet.

Do I need to make a reservation for my dog to attend doggie daycare or boarding?

Absolutely! We ask that you give us at least a days notice before bringing your dog in for daycare, to ensure we have room and proper staffing. If you bring your dog in without a reservation we cannot guarantee we will have space for them.We ask that you schedule for boarding as far in advance as you can. We tend to fill up quickly on weekends, holidays, and vacation weeks!

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