Dog Boarding and Grooming
 

SHOTS

We require only what vaccinations the county requires; all initial innoculations plus up to date on rabies.
Please discuss this further with the Inn Keeper.
If your pet is Immunosuppressed, or other medical conditions such as diabetes, please discuss care and inoculations further with the Inn Keeper.
We partner with veterinarians and dental hygienists in care, nutrition, and grooming of your pets.

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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