Please bring your pet’s proof of current vaccinations(titre tests accepted) or have your veterinarian email them prior to them arriving for their stay. Proof MUST be provided for the health and safety of your pet and our beloved guests!
We require the following core vaccines:(must be done 7 days prior to stay)
To make your pet’s stay as comfortable as possible we highly recommend you pack for them:
- Their regular diet- you are welcome to send in individual meal portions, however, we will portion as instructed for no additional charge.
- Washable Bed or Blanket from home
- Favorite Toy/Treats/Chews
- Medication/Supplements as needed. Please make sure its labelled with dosage and instructions.
We have fridge and freezer on site for canned food, raw diets, perishable treats and medications. Special requests/medications/supplements are usually not a problem and rarely an extra charge. We strive to keep your pet’s routine as close as possible to home to minimize digestive disturbances.
Bowls/Dishes are not required. We have plenty on hand! Stainless steel bowls, ceramic bowls, slow down bowls, plates. We have several options depending on your pet’s preference. However, if your pet requires a specialized bowl that you would like to bring, we will accept it but please make sure it is labelled.
Forgot your food or treats? No problem!We keep 2 more high quality kibble options on hand (please inquire) to choose from for $1 per cup.ORWe will pick up your dog’s specific food or treats from a local pet store/vet clinic for $10 plus their reciept. This is usually the best option if your pet has a sensitive stomach and/or food allergies.
Could my dog get Canine Cough?
Bordetella/Kennel Cough is a contagious respiratory illness caused by either bacteria or viruses. Dogs can be exposed whenever there is contact between them (such as at dog parks, vet clinics, pet store, boarding facilities, etc).
Our suites are sanitized between guests to minimize the risk of potential transmission. There is a vaccine available for Kennel Cough, but it has fairly short lived efficacy and may not be 100% reliable. Please consult your veterinarian for further information about the vaccine, and to help you decide if it is a good option for your dog(s).