Pet Boarding

Nervous about boarding your pet? You are not alone. It is normal for pet owners to be nervous about leaving their pet for boarding. We offer to post your pet’s picture on Facebook so you can see them while you’re away! When dropping your pet off for boarding, just let the receptionist know you’d like pictures of your pet online for you to see.

Our kennels have plenty natural light and offer a variety of cages and runs in a climate controlled environment. Digestive care diets, calming music and D.A.P. (Dog Appeasing Pheromones) Diffusers are utilized to minimize the effects of stress on your pet. Cages range in size from small to extra large. Runs come complete with a cot for your canine’s comfort and are 3 feet wide by six feet long to give them plenty of space. Our walking area is completely enclosed and is disinfected regularly for the safety of all pets. We offer tours at anytime.

Available for the added comfort of your dog, we offer doggie playtime, extra walks, and treat times. Call today to speak with one of our team members to ask how we can accommodate your dog’s stay with us!

To stay with us, dogs must be current on core vaccines Distemper, Parvovirus, and Hepatitis vaccines (or have protective titers within one year), Bordatella vaccine, and Rabies vaccine. We do not currently require leptospirosis, lyme, or influenza vaccines. There must have been a negative stool sample (no parasites found on a fecal sample) within one year. If these vaccines are not current, it is ideal to have them boostered prior to your boarding visit, however we can booster them for you during your pet’s stay.

Our cat boarding room is completely separate from our dog kennel. It has a glass wall to allow us to monitor them easily while keeping a calm environment to add to a stress free stay. When scheduling your cat’s stay, you can request cat nip treat times.

For a feline stay, each pet must be current on Feline Viral Tracheitis, Calicivirus, and Panleukopenia viruses (or a protective titer drawn within one year), and rabies vaccination. We do not require Feline Leukemia, Feline Infectious Peritonitis, or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus vaccination currently.