Is there someone at the kennel 24/7?
We have 2 managers live in on premises 24/7.
What do I need to bring with me when I drop my pet off for boarding?
- Vaccination records.
- Medicine and detailed instructions.
- Your dog’s food measured by meal in resealable bags as well as any special treats you would like them to enjoy while they are here.
- Possibly a familiar item from home, but we can provide bedding and toys.
- Anything else you think would help your pet feel more at home.
- Please leash your pet while checking in and checking out.
What are the drop off and pick up hours?
All guests receive potty breaks to our fully fenced yard at no additional charge.
What if my pet needs special care?
If you have a pet that requires special care, please contact us prior to making a reservation to make sure we can meet your needs. This may include an older dog that requires special attention or medication. We do provide bedding, but please let us know if your pet has arthritis or other ailments that would require extra bedding or an elevated bed. If your pet is fed with an elevated dish at home, please let us know so that we can be sure to accommodate that need.
Can I bring toys from home?
Please feel free to bring an item from home, such as a toy or a blanket. We only ask that you label the item with each pet’s first and last names. We cannot guarantee the item’s return, but we do our best.
Can you administer medication?
Yes. We are able to give oral medication and ear medication. Please bring all medication with you and the appropriate instructions for administering.
We do not administer insulin shots.
What kind of food do you provide?
We prefer to keep your dog on his or her regular diet. If it is impossible for you to provide food at check-in, we will have available Purina One Lamb and Rice or Rachael Ray Chicken and Veggies at a cost of $1.00 per day.
Can I bring my own food?
What are your vaccination requirements?
We require updated rabies, bordetella, canine influenza (starting January 2021), and distemper vaccinations (DHLPP for dogs). Updated vaccination records must be provided at the time of drop off or you can have your veterinarian’s office fax them to us before your appointment at (270) 626-7394, or feel free to email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All vaccinations must be given by a licensed veterinarian.