Dog Boarding and Grooming
 

SHOTS

DOGS WHO COME TO THE KENNEL FOR ANY REASON MUST BE
UP-TO-DATE ON:

  • RABIES

  • DISTEMPER-PARVO COMBO SHOT

  • BORDETELLA

  • CANINE INFLUENZA
    (Canine Influenza is NOT the same as Para-influenza which is given as part of your Distemper Combo shot. Canine Flu is given in a two shot series (initial shot and a booster) and once your dog has had the initial shot, they can come to the kennel.

PLEASE BRING A COPY OF YOUR SHOT RECORDS WITH YOU OR YOU MAY EMAIL THEM IN ADVANCE.

BOARDING PREPARATIONS

WHAT TO BRING...

FOOD:

  • We keep Pedigree dry dog food here BUT IF your dog is on a medical/special diet or is used to eating the same food all the time, you should bring your own food.
  • Please put your dog's name and amount you feed per meal on the container. Bring enough for the visit and a little extra - just in case. No need to divide kibble into individual bags.
  • If you add "people food" to your dog's meals, feel free to bring it along. We will refrigerate it, if needed, and add it as per your instructions.

    MEDICATION:

  • Bring any medicine that your dog takes regularly.
  • Each medication should be in a separate, secure container that is clearly marked with dog's name, the medicine name, and the correct dosage. Your verbal directions MUST match the ones on the container.
  • If someone else is bringing your dog into the kennel, make sure they know if the medication has been given that day.

    OTHER OPTIONS:

  • We have plenty of bedding but some dogs like to have their own favorite bed from home. Please make sure bedding from home is clean.
  • Favorite (and familiar) toys are welcome and we always keep them in the run with the dog who brings them.
  • There is no need to bring food pans or water bowls from home.

    PLEASE DO NOT BRING:
    Toys which your dog does not usually get at home such as rawhides, which may cause an allergic reaction in a dog who has never had one before. This also applies to treats - don't bring "new" or "different" treats which can cause gastric upsets when combined with being in a kennel.

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