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What to Bring
Food: Provide enough food for your entire stay plus a few extra meals worth in case your return is delayed. Your dog will benefit from eating just like he does at home, so we encourage you to bring it all! We have a refrigerator to keep canned food, vegetables, chicken broth, etc. In the event you do not bring food for your pet, we are happy to feed our house dry or wet food, Royal Canin Gastrointestinal HE prescription diet, for $3/cup of dry food and $5/can of wet food.
Treats: Feel free to bring any treats your dog likes, or allow us to treat them! Just be sure to let us know if your dog has any special diet restrictions or allergies.
Medication: If your dog requires medication, we will happily administer at no extra cost. Our staff is familiar with topical and oral medications, insulin injections, eye drops, inhalers, etc. We kindly ask that you provide pill pockets or other "tricks" if needed for pill administration.
Toys: Stuffed toys, Nylabones, and any others for your dog to keep in his room. Don't worry about tennis balls! We have plenty in the yard for everyone! Personal toys will remain in the room and will not be shared with other guests.
Bedding: We provide Kuranda beds in each room, but you are welcome to bring their favorite bed, blanket or pillow to make them feel at home. A previously worn t-shirt or clothing item of yours can also be a welcome scent and comfort for dogs with separation anxiety.
All guests must have current Rabies, Distemper/Parvo, and Bordetella vaccinations
in order to stay with us. The Canine Influenza vaccine is also strongly recommended.
Our priority is your pet's health and safety!