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Our boarding facility consists of 3 buildings with various sizes and they can house various type of dog breeds from toy to extra-large breeds such as Saint Bernard or Caucasian Shepherd dog. We accept all kind of dogs and will take care of them while you are away. Your dog does not have to go through a temperament assessment in order to board with us.
The followings are our guidelines or policy for boarding your dogs and/or cats:
2. All animals must be in good health. Upon admission, all dogs must be free from any condition which could potentially jeopardize other pets. Dogs that have been ill with communicable condition in the last 30 days will require veterinarian certification of health to be admitted or readmitted. Please refer to https://www.avma.org/resources-tools/pet-owners/petcare/disease-risks-dogs-social-settings for list of infectious disease.
3. Flea and Tick Prevention
Pests are more likely to become a problem in places where animals congregate, including boarding facilities. While we keep our pet resort as clean as possible, you may want to start your pet on flea and tick prevention before it’s time to board the animal. This simple precaution gives you added peace of mind in the rare instance that your pet comes in contact with fleas and ticks while being boarded. An owner should consult with a veterinarian about a suitable flea and tick prevention method for his/her own dog and/or cat.
4. In the days before your trip, make sure you have plenty of pet food to drop off at our boarding facility along with your dog or cat. The animal is likely to feel much less stressed in unique surroundings if you avoid any dietary changes at the same time. It’s also important to let staff members know about any unique feeding requirements your pet has. If your dog or cat takes medication, bring plenty of that as well.
5. Plan ahead to schedule your pet’s stay with us. Stop by well in advance to get these requirements out of the way before your trip