Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What shots do you require?

Rabies, bordetella, and distemper shots must be up-to-date before your dog's visit.

Puppies must have all 3 rounds of shots before they can visit for a service.

How often do they get walked?

We water and walk the dogs every few hours throughout the day, with one final stroll through the yard before bedtime!

Do I need to bring anything for daycare?

We do not require any items to be brought.  You are more than welcome to bring their food if they need to be fed.

Do they get playtime when they are boarding?

Yes!  Playtime is included with their stay.

What is kennel cough?

Kennel cough (also known as canine infectious tracheobronchitis) is a highly contagious respiratory disease. It is commonly contracted at places where large amounts of canines congregate.  The bordetella shot helps to prevent the contraction.

What do I need to bring for their boarding stay?

 We do not require any items to be brought, but we do recommend your dog's normal food.  If they have any anxiety, their normal food will help. 

Does someone stay overnight with the boarders?

No, but they have a full day of playing to tire them out for the night!   During this time they are out and about getting tired, so that they are exhausted and ready for a good night's rest!  The management staff has camera views 24/7.

May I tour your facility?

Yes!  We do tours during our last hour of business.  Weekdays 6 pm - 7 pm and weekends 5 pm - 6 pm.  Just give us a call to let us know you are coming!

Do you require my dog to be spayed/neutered?

Yes, we do, for daycare and boarding.  Intact dogs may be singled out and/or followed by dominant male and female dogs. An intact female may release pheromones when coming into heat that would cause conflict.

Grooming dogs are not required to be fix.

Is someone watching the dogs all day?

Yes!  At all times, someone is with the dogs supervising.  We separate the dogs by size and temperament and someone always has an eye on them!

Do all of the dogs get along?

Generally, yes!  We monitor playtime and if we see any signs of them not playing nice, we may place them in time out to calm in a kennel. Safety is a top priority and we try to deescalate any situation.

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