At Kennel Club Boarding we pride ourselves on keeping our guests happy and comfortable. Your dog will have access to all the comforts of home and although they will inevitably miss you, our past guests are visibly excited to return to visit with us. We make sure all dogs receive plenty of exercise and stimulation throughout the day.
All dogs that stay with us will have:
- Spacious, temperature-controlled accommodations
- 2 path walks (2.4 km)
- 2 group play sessions
- 1 individual play session with staff
- Access to our outdoor and/or indoor play areas
- A safe, healthy, and clean environment
- Plenty of petting and individual care!
Click here for information on boarding for aggressive dogs.
At your request, we are also able to offer the following services:
- Administration of medicines, pills, and needles: (rates vary)
- Pick up and drop off service (rates vary by distance)
For the safety of our guests, all dogs must be immunized before arriving at Kennel Club Boarding.
Please ensure that your Dog is vaccinated against the following diseases prior to dropping off your Dog to ensure that his / her stay is a healthy one:
- Distemper, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza - These are given in one vaccination usually called DAPP, DHPP, OR DA2P
The following medications / vaccinations are highly recommended.
- Leptospirosis vaccination
- Flea and tick medication
- Heartworm medication
- Machine washable bedding/blankets are welcome
- Toys may be left with your dog
- All dogs must be on a leash during drop off and pick up
- To avoid upset stomachs, bring your own food, including enough for your dogs stay plus at least one extra day
Did you know?
We are equipped to handle most non-serious emergencies. We keep hypoallergenic gastrointestinal food on-site in case any of our guests get an upset stomach or loose bowels while they are with us. We also keep essentials in our doggie first aid kit to take care of minor bumps and bruises that do not require a veterinarian's attention. We always consult with you (or your emergency contact) prior to administering any first aid or changing your dog's food so you are always aware of how your dog is doing and have complete control of any treatments given to your dog.