Half days are 5 hours or less from the time your pet is dropped off.
Daycare Packages - These days never expire
10 Day Package - $285+tax 5% Discount ($15 off reg. price)
15 Day Package - $415+tax 7.5% Discount ($35 off reg. price)
20 Day Package - $540+tax 10% Discount ($60 off reg. price)
4' x 6' -- $44.00/day
6' x 6' -- $49.00/day
4' x 12' -- $54.00/day
Luxury Suite 9'x10' -- $85.00/day
2nd Dog Same Room $30.00/day
Condo -- $25.00/day
2nd Cat Same Condo $15.00/day
Bath & Dry
- Small -- $20.00
- Medium -- $25.00
- Large -- $30.00
- Dog fun programs
- Average 6 hours of activity per day
- Soft music
- Security, Fire, High/Low temperature systems for safety
- Pet friendly staff
- Pet cots for comfortable sleep
- Rooms sanitized daily
- American Natural Premium served daily (or personalized gourmet dinners provided by pet owner)
- Staff trained in CPR and animal first aid
Dog fun programs
- Group play (socialized dogs only)
- Individual play
- Pool time (summer only)
- Indoor play
Dogs are supervised by a trained staff member at all times when they are outside of the kennel.
Things to Remember
Checkout time is 12:00 pm each day except Sundays when it is 10:00 am. After the checkout time you will be charged for an additional day.
NOTE: We close and leave at 6:30 pm daily. We are able to stay 15 minutes past 6 for a $25 charge, but no later. No exceptions.
- Bordetella (Must be given 7 days prior to reservation date if expired. For example, if you get the bordetella vaccine on a Friday the soonest you could come would be the following Friday. )
- Please remember, Bordatella/Kennel Cough does not come from kennels. It can be passed with any face to face contact. For example; dog parks, meeting other dogs on walks, vets, and other family pets. The best way to avoid getting and passing the cough is to keep up to date on the bordatella vaccination.
Flea & Tick prevention is also strongly recommended for dogs and cats.
In The Summer
Our pool is very fun for the dogs. The pool is concrete and dogs can hurt themselves by playing too hard. We try very hard to make sure everyone stays safe. Common injuries we see from playing are: torn pads, hot spots, torn toe nails, ear infections, mats, and goopy eyes. Some of these issues (goopy eyes) are caused by seasonal allergies. If you have a very active dog these problems are more likely to happen. So please remember that these issues are out of our control and are specific to your dogs individual energy level and physical characteristics. Some dogs do not show sign of injury until after they are home and have settled down; for example, a dog may not limp when it has a torn pad while they are playing, but will once they get home. We check dogs for play injuries multiple times during the day and we will continue to do our very best to catch these issues before they become serious.
In The Winter
Ice can be a problem. We keep the play areas as free of ice as possible by shoveling and chipping when needed. We will use sand in some cases but are unable to use salt due to the safety risks. Since we can't always remove all ice, there is a risk of pads getting injured. We will continue to do our very best to catch these issues before they become serious.