- Payment for the balance of the full boarding stay will be collected at check-out.
- All pricing and policies are subject to change without notice.
- Must be up to date on Rabies and Distemper.
- Must have had the Canine Influenza Vaccine (CIV)
- Bordetella must be done in the past year if it was given intranasal or injection. Oral Bordetella must be updated in the past 6 months. We strongly recommend the intranasal or injectable method.
- If the Bordetella has expired or this is their first one, there is a wait period before the dog can stay with us. It is 3 days for intranasal and oral and 14 days for an injection.
- All dogs must have a quick release collar to play as a safety precaution. Please bring your own or one will be charged to your account. They also need a name tag to clearly identify your Camper.
- Your Camper's normal food, pre-bagged into meals. We do not offer house food. Please pack extra food in case travel plans are interrupted or an emergency.
- If your Camper has medication, please bring it in the original bottle clearly marked with their name (no injections)
WHAT CAN I BRING TO CAMP?
- We will provide Campfire Treats, a comfy cot and cozy fleece. If you wish to bring toys, bedding, or anything else that will help make your dog feel more at home, we can try to accommodate this
Items Not Allowed:
- Marrow Bones, hooves, or any that can splinter
- Any Rawhide
- Pigs' Ears
- Bully Sticks
- Himalayan Chews
- Rope Toys
Items We Recommend:
- Kongs and other hard rubber toys
- Plush toys and tennis balls (unless your Camper likes to destroy them)
Items We Discourage:
- Greenies and other dental chews/treats that take a dog a while to finish
- Busy Bones
- Dehydrated Strips (such as chicken or jerky)
These treats can pose a choking hazard and must be eaten while supervised