Suites- are 6 X 6 and will have day beds and can hold up to 2-3 small dogs or 2 Bigger dogs from the same family ONLY. long as dogs get along and can go in the same suite.
Discount will not be given if they can not board in the same run.
They Will be turned out 3 x a day for supervised play times. .
1st Dog - $20 per night
2nd Dog - $15 per night
3rd Dog - $10 per night
Inside Runs- Are 4 x 4 and can hold 2 small dogs from the same family or 1 Large dog. If dogs get along well and are in the same family they may board in the same run. Discount will not be given if they can not board in the same run.
1st Dog $15 Per Night
2nd Dog $10 Per Night
3rd Dog $10 Per Night
The PUPPY House- This is for Puppies, When I have available room -
This is for little babies and will they will be with us 24/7.
This is for puppies under 4 months and UNDER & we also work on potty training.
$25 per night- You are welcome to bring Toys/Blankets but we will also supply them.
I am also a Puppy Nanny and can take Newborn Puppies & Litters. Here is the link to my whelping Puppynurse-911.com
IN HOUSE- This is for those extra spoiled babies that do not like to be alone, Needs extra care, Geriatric Pets etc.
They will stay in our home lounge on the couch/bed and either sleep in the bed with us or if they are use to being in their crate we will have a nice crate for them or If they are older and need extra care/attention, or are not use to being left alone.
Someone will always be here with them.
$35 per night
All Pets must have their Yearly Booster Shots, Rabies and Kennel Couch shot performed by a licensed Vet and be on file with us. - No Exception as it is a State Law.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING
Whether your dog is a new or seasoned boarder, you want to make sure that he has everything he needs to feel comfortable and stress-free while you are away. At our facility, dog boarding costs include bedding, treats, and other supplies for your dog during their stay. However, pet owners are welcome, and often encouraged, to bring along a few additional items to help your dog enjoy the boarding experience as much as possible. Here are 7 items to pack in your pet’s doggy bag for his dog boarding stay.
Most pet owners stick with 1 to 2 different types of food that they know their dog enjoys. If you have ever tried to introduce a different type of brand or food to your dog, you know that this can cause a negative change in appetite and even upset stomach. Since your dog may already feel uneasy in the unfamiliar environment of the dog daycare, you want to keep the other aspects of his life as normal as possible.
Provide your pet with enough food to last the entire duration of your dog’s stay. Use small plastic baggies to package pre-measured meals, and label them “Breakfast”, “Lunch”, and “Dinner”. This will ensure that your dog is getting exactly the right amount of food for each meal. If there is any food leftover, we will be able to tell that your dog may be feeling stressed or uncomfortable.
If we need to use our food it is $3 per day.
2. MEDICINE & SUPPLEMENTS
Many dogs must take certain medication and/or supplements on a daily basis, and our dog boarding facility will be happy to administer these to them as needed. Include the appropriate number of doses that your dog will need to take in your absence, as well as written instructions with details such as dosage amount and schedule. If the medicine and/or supplements must be taken with food, it’s helpful to include them in the pre-packaged meal bags.
Sometimes being in an unfamiliar environment and being around other dogs can trigger an existing ailment in your dog. In addition to any regular medications, include emergency medications that you think may be necessary just in case.
3. FAVORITE TOYS
Almost every dog has their favorites that they just can’t live without. Pack 1 or 2 of these toys to make sure your dog has all of the fun that he enjoys at home.
4. A REMINDER OF HOME
Absence makes the heart grow fonder, and this is especially true for pets and their owners. No matter how much fun you and your pet are having, you on your vacation and your dog with his new friends, you will surely miss each others’ company. To keep your dog feeling close to you even in your absence, include something with your scent. This can be a blanket, t-shirt, or even a sock. This is a wonderful way to help your dog feel comfortable, calm, and stress-free.
5. AT LEAST 1 LEASH
Please Bring a leash so we can have them all ready to go at pick up.
If you have not submitted all of the paperwork necessary beforehand, be sure that all required documents and forms are ready to present on drop off day or email them to me before hand.. This could include everything from medical records, vaccination charts, Contact the pet daycare if you have any questions about a specific form or document.
7. OTHER SPECIAL ITEMS
As your dog’s owner, you know more about him than anyone else on the planet. Does your dog have a special food or water bowl that he loves to eat and drink out of? Does he have a KONG or certain treats that make his tail wag? Think of items that will help your dog feel happy and comfortable and throw them into your dog’s overnight bag.
As a dog boarding center, our goal is to make your dog feel as happy and calm as possible throughout the duration of his stay. By thoroughly packing your dog’s bag, you better equip us to do so.